We’re not really sure where to begin when Newcastle, Australia, duo Skitz NPCs regularly refer to themselves as “the Semen Wizards.” Do wizards conjure up semen-based spells? Frankly, we think we’d be safer never finding out.
We’ve covered a few exciting young musicians over the last few years, but 12-year-old metal guitarist TreBell08 is easily the youngest. Furthermore, the young Canadian believes he’s part of a thrilling new generation of metal musicians with the world at the fingertips.
Having eased people into their alternative-rock meets metal sound with their debut EP, Merseyside/Chesire rockers Salt Hill have ripped the lid off their experimental edge with their superb new single Summit.
First inspired to pick up their guitars by listening to Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged session, Vancouver brothers Ryan and Jamie Mackay have set about honing an engaging rock sound ever since.
Amid a Danish music scene dominated by pop music comes a bright new hope in the form of exciting emerging grunge rock quartet Some Kind Of Liberty.
Fusing together big heavy riffs with elements of EDM, hip-hop and punk sounds pretty bonkers, and it’s these eclectic combinations that have led Austin, Texas band Eye Said So to label their sound as “schizo-pop.”
Get some instrumental rock into your life with the intriguing Boston-based Hymns for the Angels. The band is the fruits of the labour of one-man-band Dan Lyons, who released the … Continue reading Discover This: Hymns for the Angels
Imagine my delight when we discovered a band from Finland, who just so happen to be absolutely awesome and claim to be an “angrier Royal Blood.”
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.’
Imagine the world’s greatest politically charged protest songs, pop the edgy, powerful vocals of Sophie Urista and delicious brass instruments over the top, and you have Brooklyn’s Brass Against. The … Continue reading Introducing: Brass Against
With a name like this, how could we possibly not name Barbarian Hermit as our New Band of the Week? And when you hear their music, which they delightfully describe … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Barbarian Hermit
Sit back if you will and envisage Birmingham trio Crimson Star‘s description of their hard-hitting rock sound as “the kind of music you need when driving a beautiful car, extremely … Continue reading Introducing: Crimson Star