Nine original anthems of live rock presence, fearless eclecticism and lyrical depth make up the aptly-titled new album from the Lurxx.
Austin’s Naga Brujo crank up the tempo and volume with faultless precision and passion united, as their four-track EP Canceled takes on the modern world with intensity and anthemic embrace alike.
Eat The Bugs is a contemporary punk-rock parody, devoted to questioning the recent global discussions around insects as food.
Taking no time at all to warm up, Nonstop to Cairo explode into action with their brilliantly energising fusion of hip hop, punk rock and funk
The 76.5 hour project from which this came reportedly has a Guinness World Record Pending, and unapologetically continues to reinforce the artist’s commitment to the cause.
Introducing a subtle switch of gears for rock all-rounder Stevski7, Rat Race adopts a yesteryear punk-rock vibe, with thick distortion and anthemic verses that pave the way towards a colourful pop-punk hook.
Fast-paced punk-rock vocal layers and grunge-soaked distortion meet with the fierce crash of live drums, as alternative rocker Son Of Stone delivers the anthemic single 28 Summers Left.
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.
Thick distortion injects a quickly energising riff as punk-rock rasp and grit pours through for the superb new Ramener single Dogs.
Imagine the chaos and pace of punk-rock with a fresh edge of rising anticipation and emotive, energising and immersive contemporary vocals and melodies.
“There’s something undeniably punk about maintaining the right attitude and outlook even when the odds are stacked against you. It’s not just a fashion or a trend. It’s a way of life.”