folk-rock

Unleash The Archers

I’m here today with Andrew Kingsley, from Unleash the Archers. How're you doing today Andrew?
 
Andrew: Not bad, sitting around, was working on a song earlier. Got a day off, so that's nice.
 
 
You guys are over in Vancouver, right?
 
A: Yeah, I actually live on Vancouver Island, but the rest of the band lives in Vancouver.
 
 
Are the wildfires affecting you up there?
 

Unleash The Archers to stream “Abyss Virtual Album Release Show” on August 22nd 2020

Canadian melodic power metal quartet Unleash The Archers will release their masterful fifth full-length concept album, “Abyss”, out August 21st, 2020, via Napalm Records. With “Abyss”, the band re-cements themselves as an unequalled, undeniable metallic force with their strongest album to date!

Unleash The Archers to release new studio album “Abyss” on August 21st 2020

Less than a year after the release of their covers EP “Explorers”, Canadian melodic power metal quartet Unleash The Archers are back with a brand new 10-track masterpiece in the form of their fifth full-length album, “Abyss”.

Lifted by the urgent, breathtaking vocals of frontwoman Brittney Slayes, on “Abyss”, the band re-cements themselves as an unequalled, undeniable metallic force with their strongest album to date.
 

Lazaris Pit to release new studio album “Coniphers” on May 22nd 2020

Raleigh-based rock outfit Lazaris Pit have announced they will release their new “Coniphers” album.

Ahead of that, they present the lead single “You Don’t Tag Me in Memes Anymore”, a modern-day break-up song, often detached from the moments that make life worth living and musing on the deeper workings of it all with the grim reality that someone important has moved on. They also present a video rendition of this single, live in Athens, Georgia. Listen to the new track below.

Uriah Heep announces November 2020 UK Headlining Tour

British rock icons Uriah Heep are thrilled to announce an extensive UK tour in November 2020 to celebrate their 50th Anniversary.

Uriah Heep’s longevity is a testament to the band’s excellent music, prolific song-writing and tireless efforts. The mighty Heep are cut from the same cloth of legends; their career spans over 50th years and it has been a roller coaster: 25 studio albums, 21 official live albums, more than 45 million albums sold worldwide and over 4000 shows performed across 60 countries.

Wille & The Bandits return with new line-up in 2020

Wille & The Bandits return in 2020 with a brand-new line up, further increasing their immense and immersive sound by moving from a trio to a four piece.

The band will now feature screaming Hammond organ and second guitar as well as 3-way vocal harmonies. Wille will be joined by Finn McAuley (drums & percussion), Harry Mackaill (bass, ukulele & vocals) and Matthew Gallagher (keyboards, guitars, percussion & vocals).