New York City solo artist BetyLJoos offers up a delicious dose of alternative metal with grunge and classic rock influences. The band is the work of Linda Dale, who takes on guitar and bass duties alongside the vocals, with assistance of guests on drums and some guitar duties.
The engaging sound of New York hard rock solo artist Alyxx is the perfect release for the hard times we find ourselves in. You’ll want to turn it up loud and sing along with her powerful vocals at the top of your voice.
It may be hard to remember the day at the moment, but we know for sure that it’s Friday. And to celebrate that fact we’re bringing you some delicious heavy-riffing metal from New York band Nepenthe to get the weekend started.
From throwing bottles at the police to performing alongside Biggie Smalls and Cypress Hill and opening up an infamous concert on the night that GG Allin died of a drug overdose, Spike Polite & Sewage have been on one hell of a journey.
Having played together in cover bands for years, Buffalo, NY’s Hearts & Hand Grenades’ decision to start making their own music owes much to the Goo Goo Dolls.
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.
Expect huge intensity with a fusion of melodic atmosphere and raw energy from exciting New York post-hardcore meets metalcore act Anahata.
Prepare yourself to be flattened by a freight train of intense metalcore goodness in the form of Albany, New York, quartet Murder In Rue Morgue.
International duo Scratch are on the verge of releasing their debut album despite their two members living as far apart as physically possible.
Brooklyn, New York City punk pups Lost Dog have honed a raw and funky punk rock sound that is sure to have you yapping along in appreciation.
Long Island-based quartet Whatever We Are are on a mission to break boundaries well beyond just their music.
New York duo Travelers have taken an interesting musical change of direction, moving from seriously riff-heavy rock to more of an electro-rock approach.