It’s been a while since we featured any instrumental music but in Brazilian trio Autoclismo we’ve discovered a band that fuses heavy riffs and groove in a fun atmospheric rock sound.
Last month we celebrated 50 years since man first stepped foot on the Moon, so it’s very timely that post-rock quartet Heron should also release their space mission-themed second album just three days after that landmark.
Get some instrumental rock into your life with the intriguing Boston-based Hymns for the Angels. The band is the fruits of the labour of one-man-band Dan Lyons, who released the … Continue reading Discover This: Hymns for the Angels
Ireland’s God Alone. haven’t even finished high school yet but they’re making waves as purveyors of dark yet cathartic, largely instrumental music laced with metal overtones, which they describe as “Ministry of … Continue reading Introducing: God Alone.
If the name Filth Wizard alone didn’t have you intrigued, then the New Zealand band’s self-descriptor surely will: “Imagine a sorcerer in the middle of a swamp, surrounded by a … Continue reading Introducing: Filth Wizard
It’s not too often we receive instrumental rock music in the GigRadar inbox but when we do, we generally love it. So we’re really excited to introduce a Swedish band … Continue reading Introducing: Sejd
Some six years ago Valerian Swing emerged as one of the most interesting and exciting bands on the Italian rock scene, and claimed widespread acclaim for their mathy, instrumental style. … Continue reading Introducing: Valerian Swing