Fearlessly bold, a performing identity broken yet unbreakable – an interesting alternative listen.
Alternative folk metal rockers Bronzegates bring together elements of classical and contemporary tones in a boldly expressive, captivating way across these two phenomenally creative new releases.
An explosive rock anthem of unavoidably infectious presence, Finger on the Trigger is a mighty debut that’s as gritty and bold as it is rhythmically and melodically memorable.
Indie music’s hardest working corner of creativity delivers another deep-dive into the workings of the mind – The Vanishing Kingdom is an absolute journey, in both style and story, and showcases 3mind Blight at the very top of his game.
“I would love to perform live in front of people just the only thing is I’m an introvert and hate people looking at me.”
Deeply personal outpourings and the heavy fuzz of electronic rock production unite throughout a series of revealing originals from artist and songwriter Goth Daddy.
Gritty nostalgic rock energy injects a catchy rhythm and vibe from the outset as The Haunted North take on sultry story-telling with their brand new single Fairytail.
Taking the emotive metal fans right back their roots with the sheer embrace of distortion and deeply moving vocals, Life Never Lost get personal and powerful, with Blue.
Explosively creative, the magnetic master of metal Dan Wande takes things to the next level with this short yet striking new collection.
One for the metal purists – Tulsa’s 3Mind Blight delivers his heaviest single yet, with the boldly gritty, fast-paced and powerful REAPER.
Whether the moment features long, drawn-out notes for a passionate calling, or quicker riffs and crashing drums alongside storytelling details, the song presents it in an artistic and authentically new manner.
“We wanted it to be a thrill ride; it gets dark, it gets fast, you catch your breath and then something else happens!”