It may have been a long time coming, but Cardiff quartet Columbia are well and truly making their presence felt with an infectiously uplifting rock’n’roll sound they describe as “energetic, moody, anthemic.”
South Wales band Grand Collapse offer up a hard-hitting sound that fuses hardcore punk with thrash metal elements and addresses political and social issues.
Cardiff-based Death Cult Electric take us on a chaotic, loud and wild futuristic rock’n’roll adventure with a thrilling sound that they describe as “delusional apocalyptic fuzz.”
South Wales rockers Godsticks offer up a heavy, high energy progressive rock meets guitar-orientated metal sound that’s gradually increased in heaviness as the band evolves.
South Wales band Finding Aurora offer up a grungy, engaging garage rock sound that began as a bedroom project and has retained its raw but powerful edge by keeping things simple.
A GigRadar first for you today as we bring you our very first Welsh thrash band in Madicide, who first unleashed their thrash metal on the unsuspecting villagers of Glynneath some ten years ago.
My formative years of rock and metal were largely shaped by bands that emerged from the Welsh valleys in the early 2000s. Exciting quartet Raiders are a band that’s well and truly taking on the mantle some 20 years later, having also been a part of that original Welsh scene.
North Wales quartet Dying Habit have honed an intriguing alt-rock sound that deviates between the beautifully melodic and the darkly menacing. The Bangor-based band, formed of Nathan Jones (vocals), Alan … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Dying Habit
Ease back in your chair, strap your headphones on, close your eyes and ease yourself into the synth-driven, emotively dark yet catchy world of The Nightmares. The Newport, South Wales … Continue reading Introducing: The Nightmares
From the crimes of the Catholic church and the corrupt moral landscape to mad alternate realities – if you happen to be a Catholic priest, look away now, but for everyone else, prepare to be highly entertained by Welsh rock trio MILK.
We’ve got something very different for you this week in the form of Welsh rockers Breichiau Hir, the first rock band I’ve personally heard that sing in Welsh. The six-piece … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Breichiau Hir