Copenhagen, Denmark-based melodic punk rock trio, Dungeon Days has unveiled their new single “Folly.” The song, which is out…
With the new year already in full swing, it’s time to punk things up with Danish rockers The NimbWits – January’s “190 Proof” artist of the month! Find out why they should be on your radar now, and for 2019!
Sunless Dawn’sprogressive death metal début Timeweaver, out November 16 on Prime Collective, showcases some of the most original progressive metal released this year, yet inconsistencies hold the album back from being a classic
Dublin duo Hudson Taylor recently released their new album Bear Creek To Dame Street via Rubyworks Records and we caught up with the brothers Hudson-Taylor, to talk music, hobbies and touring with Hozier.
Ohio rockers The National and Danish microbrewery Mikkeller have partnered to release “Reality Based Pils”, a very drinkable, somewhat light, and straight-up pilsner in a cool can.
Danish rockers VETO are releasing their fourth LP ’13 Colors’ in just a couple of days! Check out a stream of the new track “A Pit”
On XII, Hexis show a bit more of the swirling, dark complexity that they showcased earlier in the year with Tando Ashnti.
The mighty Demon Head rears it’s head after a long Winter 2016, and delivers a devilishly catchy follow-up to their debut in Thunder On The Fields.
Play It Again Sam Review by Mike Bax Mew has been crafting quality recordings of some of the finest…
On May 6th, Denmark’s heaviest band The Psyke Project will release their fifth album Guillotine, which is now available for streaming through their Bandcamp profile – listen below! The music of The Psyke Project can best be described as massive, grim and disturbing – adjectives that just barely describe the dystopian and bonecrushing sounds from this Danish hardcore/metal outfit. In it’s ten years of existence the band has always been an unique entity, which through artistic integrity, more-than-intense live shows and an strong DIY attitude, has shown the way for a wave of young, heavy bands, not at least in their native Denmark.
Danish group Deus Otiosus are not your average old school death metal band. As the band’s debut full-length album, Murderer, discloses, the group does everything, but simply emulate the style of old heroes. Instead Deus Otiosus seem to be oblivious to the genre’s development over the course of the past 15 years.