Swedish metallers Orbit Culture are bringing something fresh to the table with their new album 'Nija'. While the band cite heavier influences of Metallica and Gojira, they create their own unique and experimental brand of metal by injecting a wide range of sounds and textures into their music. We caught up with vocalist/guitarist Niklas Karlsson to find out more about Orbit Culture, including their formation, influences and what they aim to achieve.
Dublin alt-metal quintet Jet Fuel Chemistry are making a bold statement with their new EP 'Sign Of The Times', five hard-hitting tracks combining anthemic alternative rock and modern metalcore. In the run up to the release the band revealed a video for their single 'War', which bassist Lorcan Macken says is "the best possible introduction to our band." We caught up with him to find out more...
Formed in 2018, Maggie Cassidy are ready to make their mark on the UK rock scene with their debut EP 'Life Is Beautiful'. The five-track EP, which was recorded with Neck Deep's Seb Barlow, is an exciting introduction to the band who strive to create a vibrant and positive community through their music. We caught up with guitarist Jan-Erik Barnegren to find out more...
Calva Louise are back with their new EP 'POPURRÍ', a blend of indie, dark pop, electronica and punk, and a celebration of their roots in Venezuela, France and New Zealand. We caught up with the band ahead of the EP to find out more about their formation, their first musical memories, their ambitions and more.
Up-and-coming nu-core quintet Tallah are making waves with their ferocious blend of nu-metal and hardcore, as they gear up to release their debut album 'Matriphagy' later this year via Earache Records. We caught up with vocalist Justin Bonitz to find out more about Tallah, including their formation, what they aim to achieve and their plans for the rest of 2020.
After meeting at school in Canterbury, The Long Faces came together through a love of unusual rock music, taking in the city's heritage of progressive rock, as well as contemporary jazz, '60s psychedelia and choral music. Now, the London/Leeds based alt-rock quintet prepare to release their debut EP 'Documentaries' - we caught up with them to find out more.
A band who play straight from the heart without being confined by any one genre, EMBR are four musical kindred spirits who are ready to share their debut album '1823' with the world. Broadening the horizons of doom by bringing in elements of grunge and alt-rock, the band's new record is crushing and enthralling in equal measure. We caught up with lead vocalist Crystal Bigelow to find out more, including her first musical memory, EMBR's influences, ambitions and more.
Paper Mill is the brand new trio featuring former Lower Than Atlantis guitarist/founding member Ben Sansom, bassist Luke Sansom and vocalist/guitarist Matt Rider. With the recent release of their debut EP, 'Past The West Way', the band have already been turning heads and are proving they are a force to be reckoned with. We recently caught up with Matt to find out more, including the his first musical memory, how Paper Mill formed, their influences and more.
Canadian powerhouse rock duo Crown Lands blend a range of influences from folk and blues to prog rock and psychedelic, pushing the boundaries of what it is to be a 'rock duo'. We caught up with the band to discover more, including their first musical memories, their love of Rush and inspiring others to do good.
Black Sky Research came to light in 2019, when guitarist/vocalist Luke Hicks was introduced to vocalist Mikey Chapman (formerly of Mallory Knox). With the addition of guitarist Rich Watson and drummer Lee Erinmez the band set to work on their debut EP 'One' and, with a variety of musical backgrounds and influences, it's set to be a strong introduction. We caught up with the band to find out how they formed, who their influences are, what they want to achieve and more.