Toronto-based alt-rockers Modern Space release a new single from their Before Sunrise EP. Read our review here...
While the "Afraid of Heights" single does not veer from the band's existing sound, it does retain their tradition of damn good punk-fused alternative rock.
With "Tranny Takes a Trip", Salem’s Pot has left us with both a delicious and tantalizing treat, plus another reason to eagerly anticipate the summer release of Pronounce This!.
Bay Area thrashers Death Angel are streaming another new track from their upcoming album The Evil Divide. Check out "Father Of Lies" here...
Even though this is their virgin effort, Inert sound salty enough.
"Revolution" is arguably one of the better Beatles songs and The Compulsions more than do it justice.
Beautifully British vocals, meaningful lyrics, and tons of riffs. So much passion, anger, and angst in one song. One to truly not be missed!
The song is a fresh, emotive and daring move for Young the Giant, and hopefully a foreshadowing of the rest of Home Of The Strange.
If "Well of Despair" is any indication, Skeletonwitch’s upcoming EP is going to be outrageous!
What really makes the song "Dark Necessities" work, like most good Chili Peppers tracks, is the funk.
Verses Me, and this song in particular, is an easy sell for anyone who appreciates anything of the metalcore/post-hardcore variety.
The five piece group from Perth, Australia - The Caballeros - get stuck in your head with gruff rock & blues.
Grab a bottle from behind the bar, run out into the snow, and pass out with this fire in your ears!
The Deftones require no introduction. If you know anything about hard rock, then you’ve been rocking out to this groundbreaking band for the past nearly twenty years now.
If you have a hard time wrapping your head around the fact that a glam rock band is thriving in the year 2016, listen to the song "Hot Fudge".
"Even When The Sun Goes Down" is an infectious, riff-heavy three and a half minute taste of music that will grab your attention and not let go
Tennessee’s The Giant & The Tailor are probably one of the realest, most honest bands I have heard in a while.
When the world ends because a portal to Hell was opened up through the ground of a show in Toronto, chances are it will be this band that is responsible.
New DSGNS track "Chemical Peel" is the perfect mix of noisy-as-hell, heavy-as-fuck, and crushing.
They may come from that hotbed of debauchery Los Angeles but Hudson certainly don't sound like your typical LA band.