Wind your musical clock back a few decades and gear yourself up for a fast, high energy 90s rock throwback with Kansas City quartet All From Nothing.
Buffalo, NY, band West Ferry have honed an intriguing sound that flits between upbeat punk and more laid-back emotional indie.
From throwing bottles at the police to performing alongside Biggie Smalls and Cypress Hill and opening up an infamous concert on the night that GG Allin died of a drug overdose, Spike Polite & Sewage have been on one hell of a journey.
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.
We don’t recall writing about too many bands that have three guitarists but, when one lavishes in such a luxury, it’s only right to expect something pretty darn heavy. And Australian metal-meets-punk-meets-hardcore newcomers DIEFM do not disappoint on this expectation.
Ohio supergroup BLVK SWVN are on a mission to do everything they can to bring the punk attitude to the modern rock and metal scene.
Expect fast and frenetic, engaging punk sounds from exciting Pittsburgh-based post-punk outfit Empty Beings.
With 2019 drawing to a close it’s time for one final New Band of the Week. And we’ve got a very exciting final band to round the year out that we think are one to keep an eye on in the New Year in Fast Blood.
The tough task of finding Sydney band 100 is more than worth it when you finally stumble across their music.
I have to admit harbouring a little bit of unfair favourism towards Canadian punks Motion Sickness, given that they reveal one of my all-time favourite bands A Wilhelm Scream are one of their key musical influences.
Suffolk quartet Back To The Point describe their sound as taking 90s pop-punk and dropping it into the modern music world. It offers nostalgia to those of us who grew up with the classic punk bands accompanied by an element of something new.
Canadian rockers Sights & Sounds came into being when frontman Andrew Neufeld switched up playing guitar for Comeback Kid to focus his attention on singing.