Fiercely intense guitars and distortion rain down amidst the doubled-vocal weight of descending grunge melodies, as Samuel Mason kicks off an anthemic and dark new project Black Masses.
Freshly released from the Sex, Drugs and Loneliness project, Sweet Rebellion’s Out of Control introduces a fierce and fast-paced approach to conceptually open, deeply personal and gritty songwriting.
There’s a chaos to the structure, precision to the playing, and a wonderful melodic resolve to the hook, all in all delivering a sound and style that’s naturally, evidently, DOGSTOOTH.
Brilliant. Quirky yet dark, inherently juxtaposed by its own drowning sense of confusion and uncertainty – achieving a mighty degree of relatability in the process.
Distorted intensity and hypnotic melody unite beautifully throughout this anthemic, increasingly heavy and vastly contemplative debut from Atlanta fourpiece Coda Nova.
Original rock of humble yet devoted origins, Stevski7 has crafted a beautifully poetic, moving anthem with the mighty and emotive Something Wrong You Said.
All at once the sound is familiar and admittedly fresh – high-octane power chords and gritty, industrial solos prove both exciting and a fitting tribute to yesteryear’s alternative rock.
Songwriting on top form, riffs at their best, rhythm relentlessly gripping – an explosive start to an extensive, purposeful album.
3mind Blight displays the ups and downs of life through various musical pathways, always unexpected but always in tune with the natural flow of his creativity and depth.
You never know what to expect, but always the sound fits the mold or voice of the artist.
A stunning introduction to a band who effectively reignite the sound of a simpler era; whilst injecting something undeniably fresh and fiercely authentic into the modern scene.
Just one of a multitude of new releases from the non-stop corner of 3mind Blight, this fearlessly soaring, high-octane metal and electronic elevation of intensity is perhaps his most immersive and attention-grabbing yet.