modern rock

Forth releases music video for new single “On Top of the World”

Forth’s third and final single before the release of their upcoming album “Captivity” shows the band’s true colours.

On Top of the World” is a rock ‘n roll ode to the life of the undiscovered, under-appreciated, small-town rocker. It’s a joyous anthem about one night’s epic performance in a rundown tavern filled with drunkards and hooligans.

Colt 48 releases music video for new single “Disconnected” and announces new EP “Negatives”

Continuing to drive a swathe of fresh nuances into their edgy, hard rock sound - one sharpened by early 2000s nu-metal influence - London hard rock duo Colt 48 are thrilled to return to the forefront and announce the upcoming arrival of their brand new EP “Negatives”!

Buckcherry and Hoobastank live in London 2019

Buckcherry they have sold out shows across their country and tonight they waste no time in showing everyone that they are all about kicking it off with a cover of “Head Like a Hole” from Nine Inch Nails, which is somewhat unexpected but absolutely loved as opener, I think it gave the right kick to the set. As a band they epitomize what rock and roll is about and they rock 100%! Also they are the only rock band that I know that uses a tambourine and manages to make it look cool!
 

Alexisonfire release new single “Familiar Drugs”

Iconic rock band Alexisonfire debuted a brand new song, “Familiar Drugs” today.

Produced by AOF’s long-time friend Karl Bareham (City and Colour) and mixed by Grammy-award winning Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse), the impassioned banger marks the first time the band has released new music as Alexisonfire in almost 10 years.

Atlas : Empire announces April 2019 Canadian Tour

Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire released their debut album “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet” this past December. Weaving their way between the multitudes of different genres that influence them, the trio visits the worlds of heavy progressive rock and expansive ambient shoegaze.

Crossing the Atlantic to North America, the proggers will be visiting Canada for their third time since their performances in Ontario in 2017, which included showcasing at Indie Week in Toronto.

Bassist Robert Hasebe comments:

Forever Still discuss the dystopian concept of “Breathe in Colours” in first album trailer

After recently presenting the first single off their upcoming album “Breathe in Colours”, out on March 29th, 2019, via Nuclear Blast, Denmark’s highflyers Forever Still unveil further details about their sophomore full-length release.