Atlanta rock band Cover Your Tracks, will be releasing their newest album Fever Dream next month… I decided to give it a listen and see what Fever Dream is all about.
Brisbane trio Columbus release debut album Spring Forever through UNFD on August 26. The record is the follow up to 2015’s EP Home Remedy which saw the band break out into the limelight. The power-punk trio came together in school and were completed via a school jazz band (no, really) and we all need to thank that school band for gifting us a very talented trio!
Yorkshire rock cult Servers deliver. The mysterious group have used forthcoming album Everything is Okay as a call to arms, promising a haunting, captivating listen.
In Requiem have re-released their self-titled debut EP “In Requiem” this Summer. If you’re a fan of Avenged Sevenfold, Muse and 30 Seconds to Mars then you should definitely check this EP out. As this is a re-release, I have decided to mention my favourite tracks from this EP.
Overall the 4 track EP was very enjoyable. The singers voice goes very well with the sound this duo has created. It was very interesting to not have any idea what would come next. I truly look forward to what else these brothers will release in the future, would definitely recommend giving them a listen.
After releasing their successful debut album “Hebron” in 2013 the band went onto play the Horizons project before embarking on a 20 date summer festival tour. Since then the bands popularity has skyrocketed and they have recently released their eagerly awaited follow up “Borders”.
Overall, I’d say the album is satisfying. The tracks are certainly worth listening to, so I’d reccommend to give this a listen when it gets released.
Do you ever feel like your life is set in a horror movie? Listening to Missing Children 63’ we take a look at the incredibly sinister time of disappearing children and serial killers stalking the streets.
Following on from 2013’s ‘Tear Me Down’ Skarlett Riot are back with more female fuelled, high-octane rock.
Puppy are a 3-piece alt-metal band from north London, consisting of: Jock Norton as the vocalist and guitarist, Billy Howard on drums, and Will Michael on bass. Since forming in 2014, they’ve generated an impressive buzz – especially for an unsigned band. Their mini-album ‘Vol. II’ is out August 12th, and it’s pretty good.
What do you get when you mix massive poppy melodies, great guitar work, insane vocals and a group of guys from the land of 5 Seconds of Summer (Australia FYI)? The answer is Melbourne’s death-pop sextet Storm the Sky and their incredible new album Sin Will Find You.
Icantdie are an exciting new alternative heavy metal band from Bridgend. So far they have received alot of airplay on radio and have recently released a music video for their debut single “Merger”. The band are set to open Throwfest on August 21st and have just recently released their debut EP Transition/Merger which was recorded, mixed and mastered by former Funeral for a Friend guitarist Gav Burrough.
Cardiff-based rock group Calling Apollo have created another dynamic album, followed up from their 2015 EP ‘Hunter Gatherer’. The EP includes 6 polished and unique tracks which are throbbing with melodies and vocals. The sound of the album is rich in breathtaking lyrics and emotion, this has to be one of the best upcoming albums of 2016.
It’s a brave move for this outfit to release something that is guaranteed to divide opinions to the most extreme, although it leaves us in a bit of a pickle, as we really can’t make up our minds on what our final verdict is either. Could this be the sound of the technological uprising that looms over us all? Could it just be a deeply experimental record from some very open minded musical fellows?