Irish quartet The Clockworks have mastered the art of rolling relatable stories and colloquial tales into engaging, high-energy rocky post-punk anthems.
Brand new Irish metal duo Cell Games take us back 20 years or so in time with a sound they hope provides a revival of nu-metal in a bid to “rival the best turn-of-the-century bands.”
We’re increasingly seeing bands using electronic elements to redefine what we know as metal with new sounds and unconventional approaches. But Irish band Neon Empire are taking that crossover to even higher levels with an “ambitious, adventurous and rule-breaking” electro metalcore sound.
Irish quintet Crown The King were raised on early 2000s pop-punk, and bring all the energy of that classic time period into their own brand of engaging punk rock sound.
Irish trio Bitch Falcon not only have an eye-catching name but an intoxicating brand of diverse, unconventional post-punky rock that’ll also stick with you. Indeed, it’s a sound that they intriguingly describe to us as “heavy but melodic, aggressive, melancholic wave.”
A Brazilian, an Italian, an American and an Irishman walk into a bar… No, it’s not some crappy joke, it’s the formation of intriguing Dublin-based rockers Slim Tin Fox.
Solo project The Key Rocks offers inspiration to anyone that has a scratch of inspiration to write music that it is absolutely possible to record and release it with decent production quality and without breaking the bank.
The rapid rise of Dublin band Skyfever is an inspirational story that’s seen them, in their words, “ignore the status quo” to, within just two years, get their music played at Premier League and NFL matches and gather a few rock royalty superfans.
We’ve got some cracking new music for you today, including new tracks from several brand new exciting British bands, plenty of manic punk and metal, an exciting new Australian band and, potentially, a final track from one band as we know them.
Expect plenty of energetic riffiness in the straight-up rock’n’roll sound of Irish garage rockers Collides.
They may not have released any music yet but we’re excited about the prospect of Irish rockers The Elective
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.