Earlier this year, US emo mathcore quintet Kaonashi released their debut album 'Dear Lemon House, You Ruined Me: Senior Year', a follow-up to their concept EP 'Why Did You Do It?'. Ahead of the record, the band shared their chaotic single 'An Evening of Moving Pictures With Scooter Corkle', which re-introduced androgynous protagonist Jamie, alongside characters Morgan and Casey, showing their personalities intertwine. We caught up with drummer Ryan Paolilli to find out more about the single and accompanying music video, from the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes.
Tally Spear is back with her brand new single 'Fun House', a metaphorical song that explores her struggles with anxiety and getting in her own head. We caught up with the London-born artist to find out more about 'Fun House' and it's accompanying music video, including the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes.
Alt-rock five-piece Chapter and Verse have made a stellar return with their brand new single 'Something in the Water'. Recorded almost entirely from their bedrooms, the track sees the band push boundaries as they explore new avenues, continuing to prove they're a force to be reckoned with. Get a first look at the video below and find out more about the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes, as we catch up with vocalist Josh Carter.
French-Irish quartet Molybaron returned with their sophomore album 'The Mutiny' last month, delivering ten tracks of captivating alt-metal that blends influences of Alter Bridge, Mastodon and Therapy?. We caught up with vocalist/guitarist Gareth Kelly to discuss the album's opener 'Animals', from the writing process and themes to stories from behind the scenes.
Danish metalcore quartet Ghost Iris are back with fourth album 'Comatose', their most visceral material to date. The band have offered a glimpse into record ahead of the release with a series of singles, including the recent 'cult'. We caught up with vocalist Jesper Vicencio Gün to find out more about the track, including the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes.
Bewitcher are back with their third studio album 'Cursed Be Thy Kingdom', cooking up a storm with their raucous blend of heavy metal and rock 'n' roll. The trio revealed a video for 'Electric Phantoms' to celebrate the album's release last month, described by the band themselves as "probably among the purest distillations of what Bewitcher does." We caught up with the three-piece to discuss their latest single, including the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes.
Heavy prog-psych quartet Boss Keloid marked their highly anticipated return earlier this month, with the announcement of their fifth full-length 'Family The Smiling Thrush'. The band offered a first glimpse into the record with a video for their uplifting single 'Gentle Clovis', a track which vocalist Alex Hurst recently commented "is all about staying true to your roots and those parts of you which make you individual." Intrigued to find out more, we caught up with drummer Ste Arands to discuss the song's themes, the writing process and stories from behind the scenes.
The notorious Sanguisugabogg are a band you won't forget in a hurry. From their song titles to their NSFW videos, they demand your attention from the get go and will have you hooked on their ferocious and uncompromising take on death metal. We caught up with Cameron from the band following the release of their new album 'Tortured Whole', delving into their recent single 'Menstrual Envy' to discuss themes, the music video and more.
Goth-metal punks Saint Agnes have fast become ones to watch, with a series of hard-hitting singles leading to the release of their mini-album 'Vampire', which is out now via their own label Death Or Glory Gang Records. The record's title-track explores the negativity of social media and, as guitarist/vocalist Jon James Tufnell explains, it's "one of the darkest and most personal songs" they have written. We caught up with Tufnell and vocalist/guitarist Kitty A. Austen to discuss the writing process for the single, themes, stories from the video shoot and more.
Today (26th March 2021) marks the release of '68's raw, energy-fuelled third album 'Give One Take One', the follow-up to their 2020 EP 'Love Is Ain't Dead'. Ahead of the release, '68 shared a very creative video for 'Bad Bite', which was hand-drawn and animated by vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin. Keen to find out more about the song and accompanying video, which took fourteen months to create, we caught up with Scogin to discuss the writing process, themes and stories from behind the scenes...