Offering up a Brit-pop-inspired, punk-rock vocal lead, distant and soaked in reverb, The Upstairs Room reignites the sound of yesteryear, and presents listeners with a likably raw, authentic live sound.
Fantastic songwriting, with a uniquely layered, alt-rock style to it that increasingly invites interest in a live show.
In short, Beautiful Crime cries out for all of us, and leaves a gaping silent void behind when it comes to an end.
Seven original tracks make up the synth-soaked, distorted cinematic dreamland that is before the fog covers me – the brand new album from SESPOOL.
Try to think back to the first time you heard a new band that you instantly fell in love with. The time is returning again, and Bullets & Knives are at the forefront.
Heavy, hardcore metal of the highest order – blending the darkest lyrics & the rawest screams with a distorted rock soundscape & fragments of electronic sound-play.
“There’s absolutely no other feeling quite like the one created when you’re playing live to an overly enthusiastic audience.”
The whole thing is loaded with imagery, unity, passion, and somewhat mysterious reflections on modern life.
Raw indie rock brings through explosive solos, vintage vocals, and catchy power riffs that quickly create a nostalgic and passionate alternative to the clean-cut mainstream.
Driving with industrial rhythms and raw indie rock energy, Solar Kama Sutra’s music pours through with organic authenticity and a clearly live-inspired sentiment.
“The idea was to make an album that wasn’t restrained by any limits on genre or style. Lyrically I think it revolves around dreaming, and waking up, both literally and metaphorically.”
Featuring a performance of undeniable commitment from the entire band, the accompanying video injects a head-banging aura into an already immersive, infectious rock experience.