Edgy is a word that we tend to use a lot in articles about rock and metal bands, and it’s a word that intriguing Raleigh, North Carolina, rockers Nikol fully embrace.
They may describe themselves as ‘alternative rock’ but Bury quartet Novustory embody the hard-hitting power and sass of their heavier rock and metal counterparts.
Fancy some powerful pop-rock that’ll have you screaming your heart out in a bid to remove the stresses, pain and annoyances of your life? Then Virginia rock project HAAS will deliver just that.
London-based synth rockers Automatic Laughter have honed a deliciously catchy raw, heavy yet ambient sound that they intriguingly describe as “the polar opposite to Dad rock.”
New York-based The Haunting‘s dedication to doing things their own way is embodied by their intriguing fusion of post-hardcore meets trap rock meets dubstep meets pop. The quartet of Tom Opiela … Continue reading Introducing: The Haunting
A couple of weeks ago I saw High Wycombe post-hardcore band As Everything Unfolds headline a London show and proceeded to have my mind blown by their awesome live performance. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: As Everything Unfolds
Italian pop rockers Halflives‘ debut album Empty Rooms is an impressive effort filled with catchy tunes that make it a must listen for fans of the likes of Paramore. With upbeat melodies … Continue reading Album Review: Halflives – Empty Rooms
East London rockers Chapter And Verse only released their first song in April, but they sold out their first ever show in two weeks and already look set to take … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Chapter and Verse