Bristol heavy rock quintet Phoxjaw are our “190 Proof” Artist of the Month. We tell you why, plus, vocalist/bassist Danny Garland drops some humorous knowledge on both the band and dinosaurs.
As we bring November to a close soon, let us get you better acquainted with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, hardcore and punk band American Standards. Find out why they should be on your radar now, and for 2019!
October has just started and thankfully we can cap off a superb September with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, Perth, Australia’s The Faim. Fresh off their debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, via BMG, this band is a must-add to your #rockradar.
August is beginning to wind down and that means it’s time for our “190 Proof” artist of the month! This time out we celebrate all things Alice In Chains and, thanks to some time from William DuVall, discuss the band’s 6th studio album (3rd with DuVall), Rainier Fog (BMG).
Their massive new album Catacombs out now via Century Media, we had no other choice than to select New Zealand rockers Like A Storm as our “190 Proof” artist of the month for July. #didgeridoometal
Our “190 Proof” artist of the month for June is laye, a talented multi-instrumentalist from Montreal who, today, dropped her “goldfinger” music video via Sony Music Entertainment Canada.
Several weeks after the release of EVE via Tragic Hero Records, we got a hold of Toronto progressive metallers The Afterimage and slot them as May’s “190 Proof” artist of the month!
With debut album Glitter and Spit looking set to propel them into the spotlight, we sat down with London-based rock duo The Pearl Harts for April’s “190 Proof” artist of the month feature.
Ruff Majik, a proto-funk-meets-sludge outfit from Pretoria, South Africa, is possibly the best live act you've never seen!
Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics are the greatest stadium rock band you’ve never heard of. Well, they will be.
Hawkeyes are a musical treasure. Their live shows are not a regular occurrence - which makes them a thing of celebration amongst their converts, many of whom tend to show up repeatedly when they play.
Vicious. remain determined to bring their brand of bitter to stages around the world!
All told, Speaker is gearing up to show us some of the most abrasive metallic hardcore to come out of Toronto in recent years.