An immediate, energetic onslaught of hardcore noise is what the new CAPRA release brings to the table. Fronted by the formidable Crow Lotus, this band are taking no prisoners on their self-titled EP.
In the decade since their debut album, Caligula’s Horse have proved themselves time and again to be a force to be reckoned with on the Australian prog-metal scene, and indeed, the world. This latest offering, 'Rise Radiant', sees them master their sound, step back, and reap the rewards of their labour.
Today (Sunday 8th March 2020) marks International Women's Day, a global celebration recognising the achievements of women and continuing to challenge and accelerate gender parity. To celebrate International Women's Day we've highlighted ten amazing bands and female musicians that you should be looking out for in 2020 and beyond.
VASA have once again unleashed their chaotic, feel-good post-rock energy in the form of their second release, 'Heroics'. With their debut considered a modern classic of the post-rock genre, the pressure was on! We caught up with guitarist Scott Coupar to get his thoughts...
VASA are finally back with 'Heroics', the follow-up to their widely-acclaimed debut 'Colours' and their first album in five years. But will it live up to the hype of their debut, which was widely regarded as seminal, and an instant classic in the post-rock genre, or crumble under the pressure?
Twin Temple are pioneers of a genre of music known as 'satanic du-wop' attracting jazz, rockabilly chicks and metalheads. All of the aforementioned came together in the Jazz Cafe to hail their lord and saviour, Satan herself.
After years of touring, Croydon rockers Bellevue Days have finally arrived with their debut LP, but can they transcend these astute observations of the demise of the world to create a record that also rocks hard?