Brand new Irish metal duo Cell Games take us back 20 years or so in time with a sound they hope provides a revival of nu-metal in a bid to “rival the best turn-of-the-century bands.”
Let us transport you to a dark place fuelled by chaos and desperation with Newcastle quartet Creak. The band’s savage sound fuses groove metal, nu-metal and post-hardcore intensity with moments of eerie atmosphere and distortion.
Nashville newcomers Lonelyouth offer up an exciting, diverse sound that sits somewhere between nu-metal, metalcore and melodic rock. They’ve honed a sound that offers plenty of aggression and its fair share of groove, with booming guitar riffs fused with powerful vocals engaging melodies.
The Descent of the Archangel sounds like the kind of warning that should have us all locking our doors, sealing the windows and hiding away below ground for as long as possible.
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 harnessed the influences of old school rock and metal with the power of nu-metal and added their own unique atmosphere on top, Ukrainian band Chasing Embers have conjured up an intriguing, dark metal sound.
What better way to kick off your Monday morning than with the ‘return’ of Nu-Metal. Meet Bristol newcomers Profiler
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The standout characteristic when seeing Colt48 perform for the first time alongside City of Ashes last year was the powerful, hard-hitting riffs that drove their songs forward. So it’s pleasing to … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Colt48