Sleep Token marry ethereal soundscapes and heavy prog metal riffs on this second EP, all in worship to the ancient, long-forgotten god known as 'Sleep'. It's weird, but trust us, it sounds great.
When you have a formula as simple as Royal Blood, how do you keep it fresh without ruining your whole sound? On their second album the Brighton duo came up with a simple answer - don't do anything at all.
As venues go, a tiny medieval church is a pretty special one to use for your first ever headline show, but then Greywind aren't afraid to take risks – and this one more than paid off.
Greywind released their debut album Afterthoughts on 27th January to great acclaim, and on the same day played their first ever headline show at St. Pancras Old Church in London. We caught Paul and Steph after the soundcheck to have a chat about the album, their whirlwind journey over the last 2 years, and their plans for the future.
The formula for Chisel Beeches' second release seems to have been "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," and while this EP doesn't quite reach the same heights as their first, there's still a lot to like about it.
Integrity Blues might not win any awards, but there's something here for everyone and as both Jimmy Eat World and their fans grow up, it's a fantastic reminder that at least one of the bands we fell in love with as teenagers still haven't lost their old magic.
There's a definite case of dual identity happening on You Make Everything Disappear: half dark, moody post-hardcore and half mellow, experimental rock, Trade Wind have shown that they don't just blow in one direction.
Danish trio John Alcabean have been making waves for a little while now with their scuzzy, garage rock sound, and with their debut release they've shown that they could become a force to be reckoned with on the live circuit.
Biffy Clyro have been through a lot in the last few years, but Ellipsis has seen them find a new sense of self-belief and they want you to know that that they are back, stronger than ever, and that nothing is going to hold them down.
Brighton's River Becomes Ocean have already gathered early acclaim for their cinematic post-hardcore and if December is anything to go by, it definitely won't be long before the rivers of support turn into oceans.