One of the more surprising hotbeds of great up and coming rock bands we’ve discovered in the last few years is Italy. And we’ve found another exciting new Italian rock band for you with Milanese quintet Break Me Down.
We imagine the first thing that comes to mind when you think about rock music is a guitar. It’s a staple instrument, right? Well, not according to Italian rock duo Eradius, who forego in favour of solely bass, vocals and drums.
We’ve got more great new Italian rock today in the form of Ferrara pop-punk quintet 2Lightyears, who offer up plenty of much-needed positivity in their engaging, upbeat sound.
We went through a spell of discovering a host of great new Italian rock bands a while back but, since then, things seem to have slowed down a bit. So we were delighted when the music of Deaf Autumn popped into our inbox.
Yet another example of the power of Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist is our discovery of a rock band emerging from the holiest place on the planet – the Vatican City. … Continue reading Introducing: AlphaWolves
Despite releasing their debut single just two months ago, Italian quartet Foredawn are already impressing with their powerful vocal-led rock sound. The Milanese quartet is formed of siblings Irene (vocals) and … Continue reading Introducing: Foredawn
Italian gothic rockers Deeper Down bring us an intriguing, mysterious sound that combines doominess, wailing vocals and string instruments. The quintet of vocalist Elisa Cesarino, guitarist Luca de Cesare, bassist … Continue reading Introducing: Deeper Down
If My Dinosaur Life sounds familiar then no, you’re not going mad, these Italian rockers were so inspired by the Motion City Soundtrack album that they borrowed its title as … Continue reading Introducing: My Dinosaur Life
Milanese rockers Killin’ Baudelaire are the latest in a stream of great new rock and metal bands emerging from Italy. The quartet have honed a rock sound that is exciting … Continue reading Introducing: Killin’ Baudelaire
We’ve met a fair few bands from Italy in the last few months, but none (be it Italian or not, for that matter) are quite like Milanese rockers Rougenoire. The … Continue reading Introducing: Rougenoire
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
Italian pop rockers Halflives‘ debut album Empty Rooms is an impressive effort filled with catchy tunes that make it a must listen for fans of the likes of Paramore. With upbeat melodies … Continue reading Album Review: Halflives – Empty Rooms