Drawing influences from bands such as While She Sleep and Hundredth, its clear to see why North Seasons have gained a considerable amount of attention. Although their sound isn’t unique it is consistent and makes them an impressive upcoming outfit within the hardcore scene.
The band cites alexisonfire, Thursday and Young Guns as their influences and whilst I can see them shine through, I really see treasures as a more softer and melodic Letlive with punk vocals shining through and exquisite instrumentals which blend so well it’s like bread and butter.
Make no mistake, the Southampton lads have made a brilliant start for themselves, and you can guarantee that this EP will make you want to take up skateboarding and graze your knees all over again while dressed in your dad’s leather jacket.
All three songs on this EP have an emotionally charged, driving beat and guitar tracks, proving that a two piece band with talent doesn’t need anyone else to beef up the music.
Pressures are a four piece metalcore band from London. The release of ‘Misery Loves Company’ serves as their full EP debut and what a triumphant way it is to announce themselves. In a genre filled with bands which are often hard to tell apart in terms of their sound, Pressures put their own spin […]
Pretend Happy formerly known as Framework have released their debut EP Mood Swings. The 3 piece from Barnstaple have created a very ’emo’ themed album which features some really high points as well as some lows.
Six Time Champion have released their second EP in the form of Expecting Honesty. The Brighton based 5-piece take on the extremely hard to perfect challenge of genre blending. Fortunately for them, they do it well by combining catchy pop melodies with hard hitting instrumentals which wouldn’t sound out of place within some of the […]
The EP is a mature yet fun effort, which is surprising considering this is their first release. Its diversity is where ‘Progress’ really excels, providing something for everyone. There are the faster paced punk rock songs such as ‘Lost Your Way’ and ‘Progress’ then, the more slower and melancholy but equally as brilliant “Familliar Strangers” and “Juan”.