Canadian singer/songwriter Jeff Sanna has made an impressive mark on the metal scene with the launch of his debut EP.
They may appear new to the game but a meticulously planned launch has seen Indiana’s Hope Remains immediately establish themselves as one of the most professional bands around.
Prepare yourself for an all-out sensual assault with the beautifully intense sound of progressive rock meets melodic death metal from Maryland newcomers Senescere.
Ohio supergroup BLVK SWVN are on a mission to do everything they can to bring the punk attitude to the modern rock and metal scene.
We don’t know what sheep did wrong to wreak the wrath of this new Canadian metal band but what we do know is that we love the name of The Sheep Destroyer Crew.
Christmas is less than one week away, which means the days are getting shorter and darker. And that darkness is matched by the music of Vesperwynd from the wintery woods of Michigan.
Combine the ferocity and intensity of metal with classic rock and classical music influences and you get the superb fusion that is Massachusetts band Audio Vex.
One-man metal project Fallen Keys brings us a delightfully heavy yet experimental experience that’s packed full of funky rhythms and melodies.
Emerging from the Ruhr area in the south of Germany is brand new sextet All Miles Gone, who combine heavy male vocals and clean female vocals alongside a backdrop of brutal guitars and atmospheric melodies.
The intense sound of Austrian band Demonicera is as terrifying as the band’s name suggests it ought to be. And it’s the realisation of the band’s attempts to hone their own unique death metal sound over the last few years.
We’re unashamedly aware of the fact that we always bang on about how great the British metal scene is at the moment. But we only do so because there are so many great new metal bands out there to fuel it. The latest reminder of this is Manchester metalcore newcomers Clashmute.
Channelling the sounds of classic hard rock and metal bands of decades gone by, Bolton-based Room: IV are a welcome reminder of no-frills, good old rock’n’roll.