Austrian rockers The Jupiter Effect have honed an intriguing, unusual sound that fuses progressive rock and metal with a stoner rock vibe fuelled by delicious guitar riffs.
Australian rockers Are We Dreaming have fused a hypnotic sound that fuses intoxicating mellow vocals with dreamy 80s influences, melodic guitars and driving drums.
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.
One good thing about the huge amount of spare time we suddenly have on our hands is the opportunity to get really stuck into some of the amazing new bands we discover. And in fascinating Dutch alternative rock/metal band AtFirst we’ve found one that demands huge amounts of your time.
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.
Strap yourself in for an epic start to your week courtesy of heavy progressive rock band LUTE. The Manchester quartet tell us that their epic cinematic sound is almost like listening to a film soundtrack and joke “maybe we’ll write a musical one day!”
Atmospheric alternative rock duo Hidden Phase duo are a project that’s draped in mystery. The French two-piece offer up an intriguing progressive rock/metal sound that fuses engaging vocals with huge atmospheric instrumentals, supported by some awesome music videos.
Prepare yourself for an all-out sensual assault with the beautifully intense sound of progressive rock meets melodic death metal from Maryland newcomers Senescere.
Spanish trio Automatic Ape bring us a thrilling brand of energetic, experimental progressive metal that’s powerful, intense and, well, just a bit awesome.
Canadian progressive rockers Mirrelia have honed an intriguingly diverse brand of rock meets metal meets R&B, which jumps between laid-back melody and intense heaviness.
Strap in tight for a “wonderful demented ride” with Kentucky trio Indigo Storm, who have honed a sound that they describe to us as “progressive, primal and heavy.”
The power of diversity comes across in spades in the fascinating sound of Portland collective Internet Beef.