alternative rock

Nervus share music video for new single “They Don’t”

Alternative punk outfit Nervus have shared the second track from their brand-new album “Tough Crowd”, out on September 27th, 2019, Big Scary Monsters; “They Don’t” is a tirade on the UK government’s investment in policing, and lead vocalist Em Foster’s own experiences with the police. The band have also announced a string of UK and US dates, including a main support slot at Pup's Electric Ballroom show in London, and a stop at The Fest in Gainesville, USA.

Tropical Fuck Storm share music video for new single “Braindrops”

Ahead of the release of their new album “Braindrops” on Friday, Tropical Fuck Storm keep it freaky with the new video for the title track, which makes its way from the race track to skeletor and Pikachu getting beheaded by magical swords and a clay wolf demon.

In the words of the band:
“Filmed at Nagambie Speedway, Sinjoh Ruins and Victoria St., Richmond, "Braindrops" is a song that asks if you need to feel cheap buying counterfeit Ray Bans in a Universe that is actually a simulation”.

Bent Knee to release new studio album “You Know What I Mean” on October 11th 2019

Bent Knee, the co-ed art-rock sextet from Boston, who have been hailed by the Boston Globe for their “emphatic crunch and knack for complexity”, release “You Know What I Mean” on October 11th, 2019, via InsideOut Music (Sony).

Watch the band’s video for “Hold Me In” below. The cinematic clip was directed by Kelsey Hunter Ayres.

Silverthorne release music video for debut single “Tear the Sky Wide Open”

Modern rock has just been delivered a massive shot in the arm! Featuring the soaring powerhouse vocals of Englishman Pete Shoulder and drummer Brian Tichy, who has played with everyone from Whitesnake, Ozzy, Slash, Billy Idol, Foreigner and many more legendary artists, along with bassist Daniel Spree, Silverthorne have delivered a monstrous debut single in the shape of “Tear the Sky Wide Open”.

Baroness live in Tampa, FL, 2019

Baroness’ fans came out in droves to catch their favorite band play. With little fanfare, the band made their way onto the stage. While their entrance may not have been dramatic, from the moment they plugged in their instruments and kicked off the night with “A Horse Called Golgatha”, that’s when the action began. With precision rapid fire riffs things took off. Everyone in the place was enthralled with what they were seeing and just how well-oiled a machine Baroness is.
 

Life Of Agony to release new studio album “The Sound of Scars” on October 11th 2019

On October 12th, 1993, Life Of Agony’s iconic debut “River Runs Red” was released. Hailed by Rolling Stone as “one of the greatest metal records of all time”, “River Runs Red” was an emotional concept album that focused on a troubled teenager’s inability to cope with what seemed to be the worst week of his life. The album connected to a broken generation in a visceral way through its cathartic message and hard-hitting approach, and the band developed a cult-following in the process.
 

The Black Wizards release music video for new single “Kaleidoscope Eyes”

August 23rd will see psychedelic fuzz rockers The Black Wizards return with their brand new album, “Reflections”. Born in the digital era, these Portuguese rock talents enthrall with an analogue and unique sound of fuzzadelic grooves. Drinking from the same fountains as many of the contemporary bands around, The Black Wizards give a new twist on previously heard tunes and stamp their own personality.