Pittsburgh band Second To Safety make an interesting observation that their home city, famed historically for steel and blast furnaces is now a booming health and medical centre.
Hard rock trio Stands on Sapphires serve as a reminder that anyone can write, record and publish great music. Roll back a few months ago, the band didn’t even exist, now they have two singles out there for the world to enjoy.
GigRadio Episode 2 comes to you from Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, where we chatted to local band Windrunner.
We’ve received a steady stream of strong new rock music out of Russia recently, but exciting new band Apache Rose may well eclipse the lot of them.
With 2019 drawing to a close it’s time for one final New Band of the Week. And we’ve got a very exciting final band to round the year out that we think are one to keep an eye on in the New Year in Fast Blood.
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.
Spanish trio Automatic Ape bring us a thrilling brand of energetic, experimental progressive metal that’s powerful, intense and, well, just a bit awesome.
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.
German band CHIOPS have honed a catchy punk-fused pop-rock sound that they describe to us as “alternativ poprock.”
When asked how to describe their sound London-based newcomers Addison Lane bluntly retort “this will destroy you.” So don’t let their claim that their second single is their “slow and heavy” effort fool you into thinking that this is anything other than brilliantly brutal progressive metalcore.
With Halloween around the corner, you’d be wise to be wary of all things nightmarish and villainous coming your way. But we fully recommend you allow Bath band The Fangs Of The Dodo to guide you through their dystopian fairground of ghoulish monstrosity.
With their debut EP ready to keep our ears warmly entertained, it’s finally time to give what we believe is Britain’s most exciting new rock band the love they deserve.