VNDTA unleash an appealing blend of stout riffs, gut wrenching vocals, and unbridled passion. By taking in a glut of influences from Thy Art is Murder, through to No Doubt, VNDTA have crafted a sound that is both unique and potent. The band released their explosive new EP, Pale Glow In April.
We are They Live | We Sleep a five piece band from South Wales, a project that was created to vent some aggression and energy that would otherwise be turned inwards. The debut album Self Harm is an unrelenting 5 track clocking in at under 10 minutes
I write on behalf of Kill Pat Kill. Everyone involved with this release wanted it to be a weird and catchy blend of various metal subgenres. The lyrics were made to sound dumb and fun on the surface but deepen the more you listen. We hope you enjoy!
Black Neon District is a Progressive Metal band from Paris and was born in 2014 from the ashes of Outcast (Progressive Death Metal 2001-2013). We release today our very first EP "Standing Waves", with brand new tunes in a more sober and modern way, between alternative Post-Rock and Progressive metal
Hello, We are Blackcat Manor from the small Midwest town of Freeport IL. We’ve been around for about 5 years with two releases and a third in the works. Our most recent release “Relentless” had the title track “Hellfire” featured in Season 7, Episode 1 of American Horror Story
Hey, I am a solo artist called The Stranger from Burbank California. I wrote the lyrics, melodies, structure, as well as playing the piano/synth, drums, and vocals. Guitar and bass was tracked by Tim Lawrence at Big Zen Studious. It centers around a larger fictional story rooted in truth.
Hi! we are Titano Boa! a new band from Cali, Colombia! we just recorded our very first album and want it to share with you! We put Hardcore Metal and Crust and even hip hop in the blender and then mix!!!! its the voice of people tired of the violence in this city, the inequality.. hope you like it!!
Oceans of Slumber mystify listeners with atmospheric melodies over darkened dynamics that range from the perversely sinister to the adventurously progressive, creating an undeniably epic wall of sound that has become the Texans’ trademark.