With Halloween around the corner, you’d be wise to be wary of all things nightmarish and villainous coming your way. But we fully recommend you allow Bath band The Fangs Of The Dodo to guide you through their dystopian fairground of ghoulish monstrosity.
We’ve discovered something a little bit special with the emergence of brand new Los Angeles trio Antivillain.
We’re helping you get your weekend off to a heavy, rocky start by encouraging you to blast the sound of Australian noise-rockers Faux Bandit down your earholes.
We’ve met a couple of great new bands from New Zealand recently, but they’re being a serious run for their money by awesome Auckland rockers Dead Favours.
Southampton trio Toreador deliver fuzz-soaked guitars, and sultry vocals with moments of heaviness and delicious harmonies in an intoxicating sound that they describe as “heavy, loud and sexy.”
If you’re on the lookout for a new riff-heavy rock band to rock your world then Manchester band We Three Kings could be just the ticket.
“Powerful, beautiful noise” is how brothers Matt and Alex Georgiou summarise the sound of Birmingham rockers Bear Witness.
We first met London-based rock trio supporting The Dead XIII and our pals in City of Ashes back in late 2017. At that time they’d just released debut single Teeth, but they’ve since established a name for themselves with their energetic live show before releasing their debut EP in February.
Irish rock music has a brand new starlet to get excited about in the form of emerging Dublin quartet Sick Love.
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.”
London rockers Revolvers bring us an intriguing modern indie rock sound that offers undertones of the 60s and 70s, which they describe as “loud, heartfelt and glorious.”
Back in April, we made Bristol noise makers Phoxjaw our New Band of the Week. We were firmly of the opinion that they were right up there as one of the … Continue reading EP Review: Phoxjaw – Goodbye Dinosaur…