Melbourne-based quartet Colour & Shade hope to offer a bit of something for everyone, fusing hardcore influences with driving riffs and big hooky choruses in a sound they describe as “honest, driven and meaningful.”
Strap yourself in for a progressive metal rollercoaster ride with Australian rockers Acolyte. The band have honed a progressive metal sound that drops you into melancholic, ambient troughs and picks you up with dramatic climactic peaks that they describe as “epic, emotive and powerful.”
Melbourne metal newcomers HooF offer up a thrilling sound that oozes intensity, unrelenting riffs and pounding drums. It’s monstrously heavy yet, somehow, strangely catchy.
Dial up your energy levels with the fast-paced, raucous punk rock’n’roll sound of Australian band Riff Raiders.
Melbourne band Cold Tide have honed an infectious brand of rock that’s big on melody and will have their songs stuck in your head for days.
Annihilist is a name that you expect to belong to a super heavy band brimming with anger and rage. And the Melbourne crew do not disappoint on that front to an extent, but also offer a delightfully melodic edge to their brand of metal.
When we spoke to angsty Australian rockers Furlong they gave us a bit of insight into feedback they’d had from other – clearly inferior – blogs about their sound. Those blogs are wrong/
Angsty pop-punk with bags of energy has seen Melbourne band Agamas build a strong following not just at home but in the Asian market.
From Melbourne in Australia we bring you an exciting new alternative rock band that oozes coolness and catchy indie rock goodness in the form of Mylk. The band sent us … Continue reading Discover This: Mylk
Australian quintet Just About Done have honed a fascinating sound that crosses angsty punk with punchy, storytelling lyrics and rhythms and the occasional moment of calm melody. The Melbourne band … Continue reading Introducing: Just About Done
Dust off your spellbook, start researching your rituals and prepare to be enchanted by Melbourne rock cult Pagan‘s brand of ‘very heavy, gloomy rock and roll.’ The self-monikered ‘real-life/pretend vampires … Continue reading Introducing: Pagan