Los Angeles rock band offer up an enticing concoction of various sounds and styles in one deliciously finessed, eerie yet engaging sound.
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.
Two university students are on a mission to empower and support independent musicians. So we invited Josh Murphy and Lewis Daggers-Smith to write a guest blog on the Infinite Vibrations project.
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.
If you like your rock old school and riff heavy then Swiss band Snakedeath are going to be just the ticket with a sound dripping in filthy guitar goodness. The … Continue reading Discover This: Snakedeath
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.
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.”
Having a music video banned by YouTube for containing too many naked men and playing a gig while a member was high on morphine (for medical reasons) means Canadian newcomers Dish Pit sound pretty rock’n’roll to us.
Like many a good band throughout history, the story of German heavy metal act Premortal Breath begins with beer and in a pub. As frontman Tommy Greulich puts it: “It all began with beer. We met at a pub, had some beers and at the end of the evening Premortal Breath was born.”
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.
Get your fix of catchy punk-fused pop-rock with New York newcomers Playoffs. The band is the work of New York musician Brendan Jones, who left his blues-focused previous band to unleash his punky rock tendencies on the world.