We promised you more bands from the Emerald Isle and, almost immediately, here’s another in brand new rock duo Future Lows. The band describe their engaging, anthemic sound as a “step forwards” for Irish rock music due to its modern approach.
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.
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.
A few months back we saw our friends in Jack The Envious support an exciting band called More Than Machines from across the pond in Ireland, and the good news … Continue reading Introducing: More Than Machines
We’ve got another great new band from across the pond in Ireland for you today, in the form of Dublin-based indie act The Temps. The quartet of Owen Soper (vocals … Continue reading Introducing: The Temps
We’ve featured a few Irish bands recently, but none of them are quite as heavy or rocky as Sonera. The alternative rockers from the south-east of Ireland have crafted an infectious … Continue reading Introducing: Sonera
In recent weeks we’ve had a steady trickle of exciting new Irish bands, and Dublin’s Mitch are no exception. The four-piece have honed a uniquely edgy indie sound, which jumps … Continue reading Introducing: Mitch
Irish rock music is well overdue a renaissance and with bands like Dublin’s Young Earth, and our recent New Band of The Week The Klares, it appears a new generation is breathing life into … Continue reading Introducing: Young Earth