Ignore the name because there’s nothing sleep-inducing about the groundbreaking sound of Norwegian modern metal band Yawn.
Norwegian band Atena have honed an emotional, experimental metalcore sound that fuses huge riffs with soundscapes built on orchestral, choral, hip-hop and industrial elements.
Part-time Norwegian indie-punks as they are known, The Modern Times hosts a hybrid of original and jagged post-punk with a garage-band aura.
Exciting Norwegian newcomers King Romeo have honed an infectious brand of anthemic, big riffing rock that we’re immediately hooked on.
Fusing elements of black metal, noise rock and grunge with Eurodance and 90s R’n’B is probably about eclectic and random as music gets. But somehow, Norwegian band Deathcrush make it work in a way that is loud, brash and angsty yet beautiful.
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.
Brighten up your weekend with the pop-punk sound of Norwegian band Beach of Diamonds.
Norway and hardcore music are becoming almost synonymous with one another, and the latest exciting new band to join the revolution is Oslo’s Naga Siren. The hardcore punk / screamo … Continue reading Introducing: Naga Siren
Norway is well-known for being oil rich, but the more exciting news is that it’s also loaded with amazing hardcore punk bands. The latest to come to our attention is … Continue reading Introducing: Rise Above fly the flag for Norwegian hardcore punk
We’ve made a really exciting discovery all the way from Norway, in the form of hardcore punk band Tirades. The four-piece not only make exceptional, fast-paced punk-rock, but their new EP … Continue reading Introducing: Tirades
Norwegian rockers Taking Names are a fun throwback to the good old pop-punk heyday of the likes of Blink-182 and co. The band, from the city of Bergen, enjoyed great success in … Continue reading Single Review: Taking Names – Say Anything