Explosive new music from Coda Nova hits in the form of a chaotic and enchanting Ganymede.
“Songwriting is a process, best songs are rarely written at the first try.”
Introducing a project devoted to both identity and eclecticism, the UK’s own Ryan Hardy makes use of a number of genres and storylines throughout the deeply personal album Numb.
Following on from four years worth of creative releases, Soulic Paradox launch a brand new album and a handful of original singles, to further secure their role within an artistically fearless realm.
Explosively creative, the magnetic master of metal Dan Wande takes things to the next level with this short yet striking new collection.
Creatively mighty, eleven original tracks with no single sound or style to hold them down – West Of House get topical and immersive as the wonderful, powerful and provocative Drown The Wind emerges.
Prog-rock creatives The Haunted North have taken their one of a kind sound to explosive new levels with the finely crafted and faultlessly performed new single Phoenix.
STONE have a bold way with structuring their songs, creating dramatic realms around listeners – prompting strong interest in a live show, whilst injecting a much-needed level of escapism into the room.
Hard-working, long-time rockers The R Train kick off the latter half of the summer with a brilliant burst of energy and infectious rhythm.
Utterly unhurried, and all the better for it, Voice of Dawn looks like it’s done at around 6 minutes, then a slightly tremulous, yet controlled tender vocal comes in right at the death, before being swept away in a shocking sweep of white noise that takes us through to the end proper. Worth your full attention for its full run time. Nicely done!
The Haunted North offer up an energizing live rock set – four original tracks, brought to you straight from the stage; complete with raw energy, passion, and that subtle crowd sound to remind you of the better days.
Tackling the topic of the Caroleans, soldiers of Swedish Kings Charles XI and Charles XII, during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, To The Fallen Sons is a uniquely mighty progressive rock and metal composition.