Expect huge intensity with a fusion of melodic atmosphere and raw energy from exciting New York post-hardcore meets metalcore act Anahata.
The thrilling sound of Norwegian band Oberst is epitomised by drummer Johan Fredrik Bolli’s summary of “proggy metal music, infused with hardcore attitude and post-metal emotion.” In short, there’s a hell of a lot going on, and there’s a hell of a lot to get excited about.
We don’t recall writing about too many bands that have three guitarists but, when one lavishes in such a luxury, it’s only right to expect something pretty darn heavy. And Australian metal-meets-punk-meets-hardcore newcomers DIEFM do not disappoint on this expectation.
GigRadio Episode 2 comes to you from Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, where we chatted to local band Windrunner.
The thrilling sound of Chiasmata walks the tightrope between atmospheric and cinematic metal and the complexity of modern technical metal, and the result is pretty special.
Our first introduction to Swiss black metal act Blackwall was a combination of their huge sound and their description of the band as “five average guys with an above-average hatred of today’s world.”
As the name sort of suggests, Texas-based Deadbot are on a mission to raise awareness about the impending power of artificial intelligence through the medium of stoner rock.
This week’s New Band of the Week is a little unusual given that we’d already featured the band after they’d changed their name and now they’ve changed their name back to the old name.
If you’re after a little unadulterated angst to well and truly kickstart 2020 then Philadelphia noise-rockers Body Spray are here to freshen things up for you.
Brighton newcomers Thrillhouse have honed an intriguing sound that fuses synths, indie feel-good vibes and funky rock undertones.
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.
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.