Eskimo Callboy are taking the metal world by storm. Since the release of their monumental single, 'Hypa Hypa', and through their new EP, 'MMXX', their popularity has only continued to grow, and for good reason. 'MMXX' is one of the most refreshing releases of this year, perfectly capturing the core essence of the band, as well as highlighting their new singer, Nico Sallach. Here’s what they had to say about their new EP, and more!
After the huge success of his 'one take' YouTube series, nothing,nowhere. has released his digital album 'one takes vol. 1', featuring stripped-back and reworked versions of fan-favourites, as well as a cover of American Football's 'Never Meant'. We caught up with nothing,nowhere. to find out more about the album, how he's explored his creativity during lockdown and more.
When it comes to modern metal bands, there aren’t too many frontmen who can overtake AVATAR’s Johannes Eckerström, both in terms of energy and stage presence, as well as vocal range. With the launch of their new album, 'Hunter Gatherer', quickly approaching, we caught up with the Swedish singer to talk about their new material, how it sounds compared to their previous work, and about other things, including Disney, Ennio Morricone, and Swedish indie pop.
Broadside are back with 'Into The Raging Sea', their brand new record which explores central themes of perseverance, growth and renewal. We caught up with vocalist Ollie Baxxter to find out more about the new album, releasing music during a pandemic and more...
Rock quartet Asylums are back with the follow-up to 2018's 'Alien Human Emotions', entering a new sonic space on their latest offering 'Genetic Cabaret'. Expect moments of sadness, anger and, in typical Asylums fashion, you'll find the occasional bizarre moment in there too, as the four-piece deliver another stellar record. We caught up with frontman Luke Branch to find out more about Genetic Cabaret, working with the legendary Steve Albini, releasing an album during the COVID-19 pandemic and much more.
Amaya López-Carromero (aka Maud the moth)’s third album - 'Orphne' - earned her a 10/10 review on Bring The Noise UK a few weeks ago. Having let the dust settle over the release somewhat, we caught up with the neo-classical musician...
Crossfaith are breaking new ground with their latest 'SPECIES' EP, experimenting with 90s rave elements on the likes of 'Endorphin' and even surprising fans with their first ever Japanese lyrics, courtesy of Jin Dogg who guests on their latest single 'None Of Your Business'. We caught up with the band to discuss their new EP, what it's like to release music during a global pandemic, live stream plans and more.
Not wanting to wait any longer and give their fans new music, Aussie metal outfit Make Them Suffer have digitally released their fourth studio album 'How To Survive A Funeral' ahead of its physical release next month. We caught up with guitarist Nick McLernon to find out more, including the recording experience, his favourite lyrics and his dream collaborations.
When it comes to bands that change their sound with every release, Enter Shikari are among those who do it best. Their latest full-length, 'Nothing is True & Everything is Possible', comes as a perfect mix of their past five albums, while also laying down some new sounds, effectively paving way for the future. We caught up with frontman Rou Reynolds to talk about their new record, as well as his meditation livestreams and the upcoming online Five4Five Fest, which Enter Shikari are set to headline.
2020 is a big year for The Used. Celebrating two decades together, the Utah quartet are stronger than ever as they release their eighth studio album, 'Heartwork'. We recently caught up with bassist Jeph Howard to discuss the stories behind the album, releasing music during a global pandemic and more.