Russian gothic/doom metal duo, Inner Missing shared a music video for the title track off their ninth album, ‘Dead Language.’
As a music reviewer, it is so easy to forget that so much of music enjoyment, despite recommendations and…
Russia’s well-known punk rock protest group, Pussy Riot has just released a new single aptly titled, “Riot,” featuring Berlin-based…
If your week isn’t off to a cracking start, then we have the remedy! Read this article, then stream the brand new single “Not a Hero” from Moscow-based melodic metal band, Tiavara.
Moscow alternative metal warriors Tiavara get philosophical with their newest single “Celestial Dance”.
If you’re prone to impromptu dancing, you need to add this song to your playlist immediately! Dance away my little freaks, dance away!
Key To The Abyss by Russia’s finest stoner/sludge metal band Montezuma’s Revenge is now streaming on YouTube – check it out below! Montezuma’s Revenge have made a name for themselves in Russia by their previously released singles and live shows, including opening for Mastodon in Moscow. They also caught some international attention including placing in Metalsucks’s “cinematic roundup”. Now the band puts their pedal to the metal by streaming their debut full-length Key To The Abyss.
If you’re into metal or progressive hardcore music, then you’ll absolutely want to give a few listens to this free download of Contractors’ track “Rose With Thorns.”
If you want some bad ass, Russian hard rock, then this free download of NOYE’s “Terror” should definitely satisfy your craving.
There’s nothing like some good Russian hardcore music! Vagiant (no, not that kind of vagiant) is a four piece band from Moscow, Russia, or as they refer to it as “the motherland of Lenin, Lada autos, bears and vodka”, who call themselves a group of antisocial, paranoid still life loving, good-mannered and joyful nerds. The most distinctive element to the band is their strange sense of humor that is based on themes of degredation, blasphemy, substance abuse, psychical disorders and oddly enough, flowers.
Together since 2004, the Moscow, Russia-based indie rock four-piece Man Bites Dog have spent the past eight years building a local (and subsequently international) following via independent releases and extensive gigging. Late last year the band released their EP Safe and Sound, which features the hot new single (and first to hit North America), “Whispers in My Mind.”