Long Island, NY rockers Karma Versa fuse a multitude of musical backgrounds and influences – including beginning life as an R’n’B band, which we’ll just about forgive them for – in their post-hardcore meets alternative rock sound.
St. Louis five-piece This Is Falling have honed an intriguing sound that tows the line between metal and post-hardcore with elements of industrial, electronic sounds and 80s influences. And they’re definitely the first band to reference Top Gun as a musical influence to us.
New York band Brookline are going out with a band with an excellent, diverse EP that blends post-hardcore and alternative rock elements along with emo and punk influences.
Ohio band Cautioner offer up a delicious post-hardcore sound that fuses catchy, hooky melodic rockiness with hard-hitting heaviness that guarantees an intriguing listen.
We went through a spell of discovering a host of great new Italian rock bands a while back but, since then, things seem to have slowed down a bit. So we were delighted when the music of Deaf Autumn popped into our inbox.
We’re extending the GigRadar compass out to Slovakia with the discovery of exciting post-hardcore band Jamming With The Devil.
With the entire world on lockdown amid unprecedented times, we thought we’d try to do our bit to bring some entertainment to your lives. With that in mind, we have a brand new podcast filled with new music from a whole host of exciting new bands.
Nicely in time for the weekend, we have a new offering of new rock and metal for you to feast your ears upon with the fourth episode of our podcast GigRadio.
Pittsburgh band Second To Safety make an interesting observation that their home city, famed historically for steel and blast furnaces is now a booming health and medical centre.
Expect huge intensity with a fusion of melodic atmosphere and raw energy from exciting New York post-hardcore meets metalcore act Anahata.
We love a good one-man-band and Canadian-born Chris Biardi’s brand new project ENDS. gives us a great reason to get excited about this particular one.
Fusing post-hardcore with the catchiness of punk is always going to be a winning combination, and Swedish newcomers Yellow Pages only confirm this assumption.