The power of diversity comes across in spades in the fascinating sound of Portland collective Internet Beef.
New York City rockers Grayhunter describe their music as “making you jump and dance while you question how you make life decisions.”
Imagine, if you will, the combination of experimental rock, wacky theatrical antics, a bit of cheeky brass and some sinister vocals and you’ll be some way towards imagining the delight that is Leeds six-piece Sir Curse.
Manchester’s Kaiber Koi are far from your run-of-the-mill progressive metal band, promising an ethos of ‘breaking down the boundaries that lie between the generic and oversaturated.’
The compelling sound of Dutch rockers Mountain Eye is borne out of their riff-heavy hard rock roots being infused with elements of alternative, funk and jazz.
Today is an exciting day as, in two years of running GigRadar, I had yet to interview any band that included someone with the surname as me. But now the … Continue reading Introducing: Tiger Mimic
Canadian rockers Sound Drown are on a mission to rejuvenate the pop-punk genre, which they feel is being killed off by mainstream media. The quartet, from the port city of … Continue reading Introducing: Sound Drown
I’d heard good things before heading to my first 2000 Trees Festival last weekend with ‘chilled,’ ‘a really cool vibe’ and ‘a great lineup’ among the superlatives that had been … Continue reading Gig Review: 2000 Trees Festival – Friday
American rockers Next To None not only sound like Slipknot 2.0, they also carry the added intrigue of having former Dream Theatre and Avenged Sevenfold drummer Mike Portnoy’s extremely talented … Continue reading Introducing: Next To None
15 years on from arguably their greatest musical achievement, rumours are afoot that System of a Down could be back with brand new material. If you believe everything you see … Continue reading System of a Down – but not quite out?