Fusing post-hardcore with the catchiness of punk is always going to be a winning combination, and Swedish newcomers Yellow Pages only confirm this assumption.
With their debut EP ready to keep our ears warmly entertained, it’s finally time to give what we believe is Britain’s most exciting new rock band the love they deserve.
Metalcore might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think about China’s contributions to the world but, if Beijing band Life Awaits are anything to go by, then we’re well and truly missing out.
Living in a world of readily available music across a multitude of digital platforms it goes without saying that it can be difficult to stand out. Denver, Colorado rockers Rozu … Continue reading Introducing: Rozu
Norway and hardcore music are becoming almost synonymous with one another, and the latest exciting new band to join the revolution is Oslo’s Naga Siren. The hardcore punk / screamo … Continue reading Introducing: Naga Siren
We’ve found a whole host of exciting new Italian bands over the last year, but by far the heaviest yet is Turin-based Forbidden Seasons. The quintet of not very Italian … Continue reading Introducing: Forbidden Seasons
If you ever find yourself craving a return to the glory days of early 2000s post-hardcore then Glasgow’s Tenements are the band to fill that particular void in your life. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Tenements
Denver rockers Owleye certainly cannot be typecast as your typical metalcore band. The quartet draws influence from all manner of music genres to form their unique metal sound. There are … Continue reading Introducing: Owleye
Chicago-based Polarities are on a quest that’s almost as philosophical as it is musical. The five-piece fuses heavy guitars and screamed vocals with wonderful melodies to create an emotionally charged, … Continue reading Introducing: Polarities
British metal music – in whatever guise you wish to label it, from metalcore and melodic hardcore to post-hardcore – is in a pretty good place right now. The likes of Bring Me … Continue reading New Band of the Week: High Rise