While mash-ups of Rock and Rap have been attempted in the past, The Boston Shakers merge the two to create an incredibly cohesive and organic sound.
The track oozes hard rock all over the place, from start to finish; featuring weighty riffs, powerful soaring vocals, and colossal choruses; it's an undoubtedly great sign of things to come.
Sound Of Victory is an incredibly infectious and catchy new release, set to get stuck in your head for days on end.
New York rockers RANN have now announced themselves to the world of music videos, with their live in the studio performance of Falling.
6/10 Dead End Scene pride themselves on their use of "bitchin" guitar riffs, while I probably wouldn't use that word to describe them, there's no denying that that there are some excellent riffs on the EP.
3/10 Creativity is clearly apparent throughout the album, but maybe there's a reason dub-reggae influences are rarely applied to pop music.
6/10 Standout tracks like Ungoliant provide reason to believe Sunsera have the potential to redefine the alt. rock genre.
Glaswegian rockers Mason Hill have just launched their music career in style with the release of their self-titled debut EP. After touring Scotland for two years, honing their sound, the band have taken…
8/10 Built around 3 key elements, Joe Garvey showcases the excellent sounds the up and coming artist
Refuse To Shine marks the first release from Mr. Mountain since their line-up change in 2014, and this exciting new track displays a remarkable difference and a maturity to their song…