Australian and Japanese metalcore group, Seiran join us for a Stereo Six session counting down some of their most cherished records.
Linkin Park have unearthed unreleased music in the form of “Lost” and announced a ‘Meteora’ 20th Anniversary Edition. Find out more here…
Web3 music company Secret Garden is joining forces with musician-artist Mike Shinoda (cofounder of Linkin Park) on a new endeavour in the NFT space.
We’re Wolves frontman AJ Diaferio joins us for a guest blog wherein he discusses the band’s rad, metallic cover of Linkin Park’s hit single, “One Step Closer.”
Contemporary London rock band Ghost Arcadia sat down and talked us through six game-changer albums influencing their genre-bending sound.
Grey Daze the band formed by Chester Bennington have announced their return with a new album ‘The Phoenix’. Read more about it here.
Becko’s new single “Faceless,” ft. producer Prymus, is an aggressive, punishing statement on all that bombards us and meddles with our minds in our current state of being.
As a single, Vattica’s latest, titled “Gasoline,” checks all the boxes of a great rock song; emotive, ambitious, atmospheric, catchy, infectious… it basically does it all. The artist joins us for a Stereo Six to discuss songs that influenced this newest banger.
With metal fans beginning to take some serious notice of Colony Collapse, the time was right to hook up with the band for a Stereo Six feature. Read on and discover the musical diversity which spawned this talented, innovative new Theoria Records-signed group.
Highly-rated Liverpudlians Death Blooms unleash a torrent of frustration and anger on their new album ‘Life Is Pain.’ Read our review here.
Italian producer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer Becko joins us for a Stereo Six feature to highlight musical acts that helped him craft his distinctive, unique sound as found on the new “Darkest Days” (FiXT Music) single produced by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park.
Highly-rated UK nu-core crew Seething Akira drop their massive album ‘Dysfunctional Wonderland’. Read our review right here.
LA-based Tetrarch bring nu-metal screaming into 2021 with their angsty, aggressive new offering ‘Unstable’. Read our review here.