Burlington-based progressive rock band, Wooly Mantis have a technically impressive and downright killer track with their new single “Cosmic Venture.”
Broadside take a sharp-but-fruitful turn with “King Of Nothing” and “Empty,” their brand new singles out May 15th via Victory Records.
1349’s fast, heavy and uncompromising “aural hellfire” approach to Norwegian Black Metal returns on a state-sponsored tribute to the work of artist Edvard Munch, Dødskamp, released by Season Of Mist.
Alexisonfire just dropped their newest song in almost a decade; give that a minute to fully sink in, and then check out our review of “Familiar Drugs”, out now via Dine Alone Records.
For fans of [Spunge], the track is a nostalgic nod back to days past. Although you may have forgotten about them since Hang On? they have not gone away.
“Wandering Eye”, the new song from MAWD, is a bastion of moody melodies, stellar vocals, and gritty guitar riffs, and is so chock-full of indie vibes that anyone can enjoy it!
Crossover mob The Prodigy tease fans with a new track, "Need Some1". Check out our thoughts on these three minutes of wall-shaking beats.
All Time Low have released a new single via Fueled By Ramen called “Everything Is Fine” and it’s an exciting, beachy pop-punk tune that is set to be a summer staple.
Check out our review of YBN Cordae’s rambunctious flow in his recent release of “My Name Is”, a remix/reimagining of Eminem’s classic 1999 track.
No matter what type of The 1975 fan you are, “Music For Cars” is going to be a weird era for the group and the people they bring along for the ride.
Swindon and Southampton-based prog project The Black Light dropped their new single “Singularity”; check out our impression of how the duo’s effort has paid off.
Childish Gambino deserves a standing ovation for this song; not only is it a great listen, but it also sends an outstanding, mind-blowing message.
It’s the kind of rock that captures the spirit of those who can appreciate both club nights and roller derbies.
Jen Ledger of Skillet puts down the drumsticks and picks up the microphone - the result, “Not Dead Yet”, is a top-drawer rock song about fighting on even when you’ve been kicked down.
So, with a new vocalist announced and their first new song released, it’s safe to say that if this is a taster of what is to come, then there is much for everyone to get excited about.
“Lifelong Tragedy”, the new single from Dead End Finland, reflects that the fourth studio album will represent a more musically diverse chapter for the band.
The song is truly interesting and shows that Silver Dust still have some new cards to bring to the metal world’s table.
It is apparent that Queasy have found their sound and are capitalising off their strengths. Their latest single, “Fed To The Wolves”, pushes the guys in that same direction.
The single is a catchy, '70s vibe rocker with no bells and whistles, nor gimmicks. Just some kids writing a quality rock tune.
Joe Cardamone, best known for his work as the frontman of The Icarus Line, has released a second track from a series known as "Holy War Collection".