Expect a progressive yet heavy metal sound from Phoenix, Arizona band Echoes In Ashes, who describe their sound as “complex, intense and imaginative.”
A fusion of thrash metal with metalcore and deathcore means you’re right to expect something beautifully heavy and wild from Pennsylvania quintet Traverse The Abyss.
Emerging London band Solar Strides offer up a fun and punchy brand of 60s blues-infused alternative rock with tinges of indie.
It’s not too often we feature a band before they have any music available to play you – in fact, we think this could be a first. But, given the sell that new London rap-rockers Antlerz gave us, we felt this one was worthwhile.
If you’re after a little unadulterated angst to well and truly kickstart 2020 then Philadelphia noise-rockers Body Spray are here to freshen things up for you.
We’ve finally found out what all the fuss was about with French-born sister rock duo The Soap Girls.
We’re always suckers for a bit of old-school emo, but when a band goes full-on emo and covers our favourite Taking Back Sunday song well… we felt obliged to find out more about Ohio trio I Fight Fail.
Exciting Glasgow hard-hitters Godeater are a technical death metal band with melody at their core and the biggest issues facing modern society at their soul.
Prepare yourself for an assault on your musical senses with diverse Los Angeles via Arizona quintet Remember The Monsters, who summarise their electronic heavy pop-rock sound as “fierce, energetic and catchy.”
Edgy is a word that we tend to use a lot in articles about rock and metal bands, and it’s a word that intriguing Raleigh, North Carolina, rockers Nikol fully embrace.
Tampa band Fear The Spider offer up high-energy rock influenced by the fairly eclectic combination of old-school punk and early glam rock – we kid you not.
Strap in tight for a “wonderful demented ride” with Kentucky trio Indigo Storm, who have honed a sound that they describe to us as “progressive, primal and heavy.”