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Burning Borders are one of Canadaʼs brightest up and comers and a dream come true for fans of modern rock. Mixing undeniably catchy melodies with sing-along choruses and heavy guitars, Burning Borders deliver an adrenaline-charged album of extremely well-crafted songs that's rarely seen from such a young band. Weaving radio friendly…
on Jul 30, 2009
Brent Jackson (guitar/vocals), Matt Jameson (bass) and Mike Taylor (drums) have been writing music together long enough to have found themselves a comfortable niche in the Canadian music scene.
on Jul 29, 2009
Hailing from Langley, BC and formed in 2004, this rock quartet has been working diligently at carving out their own artistic niche without compromise, and are preparing to leave their musical imprint. Prior to inking an international deal with Wind-up Canada (now Wax Records), the band independently financed the recording and release of 2 albums, the EP All the Time in the World, and their follow-up full-length album Brighter Side of Things, which also jump- started 3 independent national tours. A dedicated fan-base began to develop, and top placement in a local rock radio contest gave the band some much- needed exposure.
on Jul 29, 2009
Take a block of spicy Metalcore with a dash of Rock, stir in 3 cups of southern spice, add a cut of hardcore (non traditional) breakdowns, dice up a fair portion of soothing pop vocals and sprinkle a little dance spice on top. Let it simmer on the stove for 17.1 minutes and serve it while it’s still hot, this is the recipe that has come to be…
on Jul 28, 2009
From once a humble side project to one of the most innovative alternative metal band on Montreal music scene, Stareblind has always been focusing on the development of a creative compositional process and a colorful and disciplined approach to live performance. Emphasizing on both of these elements, which are staples of their genre…
on Jul 28, 2009
Formed in 2006 in Los Angeles, Clandestine has been redefining progressive rock/metal and making waves in the underground scene. Their 2006 EP gained international recognition and won them the title of "Best Female Fronted Band" by a Los Angeles magazine. Melding pounding rhythms and lush textures with soaring melodic vocals…
on Jul 27, 2009
What do you have when you combine blunt cockiness, 110% testosterone and the hardest boot in the face? Terrorhorse is what you've got. These five guys have been brought together to play the heaviest and most technical music Southwestern Ontario has seen in a very long time. They are here to redefine the term 'shred' that kids nowadays use so loosely. So get your boots on and saddle up partner, this horse is tearin' shit up.
on Jul 17, 2009
Hotpress For Leopold is the mastermind of a music composer named Omar, who has been placing music in TV and movies for years with the help of the music supervisors at Groove Addicts. It all started when he was commissioned to compose a number of instrumental tracks within a particular genre and was given a sizable budget to do…
on Jul 09, 2009
Trying to nail down the disparate genres explored by the Wooden Sky isn’t an easy task. When pressed, the band tosses out tags like “folk rock”, but the words don’t hint at the nuances in their sound.
on Jul 09, 2009
The bands newest EP, Under Constant Influence is an entirely DIY, self-released affair. The album was recorded locally at the famed 8 Houses Down (Teenage Bottlerocket, Discount, Ninja Gun, Planes Mistaken For Stars) and was then hand screen printed on chipboard by the band. EDC features a keytar player and cranks…
on Jul 09, 2009
Hailing from New Haven Connecticut, The Queen Killing Kings are a piano driven rock outfit featuring roaring organs, thundering drums and sinister lyrics haunted by the tale of an evil romance. The band was founded in 2006 when singer/songwriter Coley O’Toole and drummer Jon Scerbo began exploring the fashions of genre. Armed…
on Jul 09, 2009
In late 2008 the band released, Apocalypse Youth, a fiery collection of noisy pop songs. As the opening chords of distortion ring out and the drums build to a sharp climax, there is a genuine feeling of excitement, and Lanterns do nothing to quell that anticipation across the EP's raging sound. The California four piece washes…
on Jul 09, 2009
"The Way of the Road" is one amazing free download. Born of liquor and dirt, Ball Harness emerged from a womb of boredom and an excessive desire to drive beers in J-Man's Basement. The three piece juggernaut started rehearsing in July 2008 and immediately began making live appearances both out of town and in their hometown of Toronto, Ontario.
on Jul 02, 2009
Black Moor is a Halifax based heavy metal band composed of Eric Hanlin on guitar and lead vocals, Nick Jones on lead guitar, Sylvain Coderre on drums and Rob Nickerson on bass.
on Jul 01, 2009
Awaken Demons hail from a beautiful Italian city called Cesena. In 2007 they released their debut album From Heaven To Hell through Seventh Dagger and subsequently invaded the US with their friends xAFBx and Rhinoceros. They have spent the better part of 2008 writing their next album and hitting the stage with…
on Jul 01, 2009
Here’s a pretty angsty cover of Street Sweeper Social Club doing M.I.A.’s Paper Planes. Sounds more Rage than dub. Street Sweeper Social Club is an American rap rock supergroup, formed in Los Angeles, California in 2006. The band primarily consists of guitarist Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and vocalist/emcee Boots Riley of The Coup.
on Jun 24, 2009
Well the band started off back in 2004. Since then they've played anything that comes to their heads, they've created music that truly represents them, kicked a member out and experimented with our minds and our musical knowledge. 6 years have passed and many shows have been played; they have matured; and they've committed their…
on Jun 20, 2009
If These Trees Could Talk is a post-rock instrumental group from Akron, Ohio. The band, commonly abbreviated as "ITTCT", plays a heavy shade of instrumental post-rock.
on Jun 20, 2009
In troubled times like these, where every day seems to bring more bad news and even the brightest forecasts make Chicken Little sound like an optimist, it takes a heaping helping of hubris to think that any one person or group of people can truly make a difference. But State of Man sincerely believes that music has the power to change…
on Jun 03, 2009
The tireless and ever-touring bearded men of Junius have just released their new record, The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist, on The Mylene Sheath and Make My Day Records.
on Jun 03, 2009

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