In our recent 1,000th article on the site I mentioned that we’d covered bands from 40 countries, which was actually incorrect because I forgot about Israel! However, that’s now being increased to 42 with Bolivian band The Inferate.
We love a good one man band and we love Finnish metal. So by combining those two things in Finnish doom meets dark metal solo artist Infirmum, we think we’ve found something pretty special.
If you like your metal dark, fierce, intense and unrelentingly heavy then we think you’re going to love the sound of Russian newcomers Renunciation.
Indian musician Kartik Baisoya has picked up the remnants of his high school band and, over a decade later, taken it upon himself to bring the old school music (literally) to life.
Indiandapolis hard rock newcomers Sakoya fuse a catchy hard rock sound with elements of synth-fused metal that they describe as an “older nu-metal feel.”
Ukrainian newcomers Why So Silent? are an intriguing proposition, fusing full-on instrumental metal synthy spaciness.
After 20 years away, Society Down have returned with a sound that fits nicely into the modern metal landscape yet also harks back to the genre’s 90s’ heydays. And, they’ve achieved something they couldn’t back in the day – create and release an album.
Shoegaze and metal sound like a musical oxymoron, but somehow Philadelphia collective bottomshelf merge the two together to make something jaw-droppingly brilliant.
We love to tick new countries off the new music map and today we’re able to add Romania to this fairly lengthy list. Our first taste of Romanian music is the intriguingly dark and heavy yet deliciously catchy sound of Cluj-Napoca band Lurker In Light.
Expect huge intensity with a fusion of melodic atmosphere and raw energy from exciting New York post-hardcore meets metalcore act Anahata.
GigRadio Episode 2 comes to you from Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, where we chatted to local band Windrunner.
We don’t receive too much in the way of progressive metal, instrumental metal or, indeed, instrumental music generally. But when we do, it tends to be pretty epic listening. And … Continue reading Discover This: HALOGRAM