What Captain Graveyard have done here is create a loud, prominent voice, melodic and intense all at once, and rightfully put up an impossible to miss flag – of solidarity, of personal truth, and of human rights.
Rising up into heavy metal realms yet keeping the vocal clear, clean-cut and up front, VMK’s Pacing feels like a contemporary fusion of hip hop and rock.
Retro psychedelic visuals meet with a surprisingly heavy fusion of fuzzy guitars, bass and absolute pace for this classic rock and roll explosion that is Can’t Breathe.
Not easy to stomach, and not disguised as so – the single makes its intentions clear and utilises both music and vocal to strike out with memorable weight.
Explosive rock rhythms and chaotic electric guitar downpours unite with progressive song-writing and story-telling combined throughout the powerful album Awkward Silence from Ex-Okay.
Visually simple, home-made and authentic in being so, yet utterly complex and powerful when it comes to the sound and delivery – BehindTheHorror lives out this ode to Nightwish with absolute passion and precision.
Richmond, VA band Iochroma design these intense audio experiences with stories and progressive-metal tendencies at their core.
The aptly titled band and project Pain with Cycle of Hate hit the scene with a uniquely creative, unpredictable fusion of contemporary sound-design & the classic roar of heavy metal.
Alternative metal act & composer JERA presents an epic & emotive build-up through electronic progressions & conceptual intrigue for this latest release.
Brilliant rock vibes pour through with a fine fusion of classic progressive & contemporary song-writing for this brand new album from Baltimore’s Kevin Strasser.
You quickly realise the sheer passion, precision & alternative, uninhibited creative freedom that has crafted this album.
Featuring pristine production alongside heavy & melodic rock united, Rush has the presentation of an industry hit, and the song-writing strength, passion & multi-layered immersion of an alternative anthem for the masses.