This band brings it with gritty and heavy rock guitars, elements of rap and hip-hop, and passionate, edgy vocals. The album is aptly titled because the energy explosion will leave listeners with hearts racing from the adrenaline rush.
In The Almost's Fear Caller, the desert is wild and split open like a rock and roll song, with all the subtle joys and tragedies of life itself exploding through the cracks.
If you want a different sound and feel to these songs, then this acoustic EP is for you. It still contains the lyrical content of the previously released material while showcasing a new side of the three sisters' abilities vocally and musically.
San Antonio based band Waxpanel has turned the nostalgia all the way up with their fantastically diverse debut album For Those Left Standing.
Walk The Sky is an aggressive blend of modern electronic sounds and alternative rock flavor with a pinch of metal that is lyrically challenging and deep while featuring legendary Mark Tremonti guitar riffs and unmistakable Miles Kennedy vocals. Those beloved AB elements are brought together in this instant classic, their first ever top rock album on Billboard.
Nashville-based nautical rock outfit Rusty Shipp spent the summer and fall building hype for their latest release, Liquid Exorcist. Now fans of 90s grunge with a modern twist have an opportunity to dive head-first into this immersive experience of an album.
Cypress & Co have released a new single titled, "Underworld." "Underworld" has a melodic, ethereal sound with a catchy beat that has you humming along almost instantaneously.
Phantom Anthem is the 8th and most recent full-length studio album from melodic metalcore band August Burns Red, and this October it turned two years old! We thought we'd revisit the three singles and music videos released from this album: “Invisible Enemy” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sWKKKNRV90 The band received a Grammy nomination for "Invisible Enemy" under the "Best Metal [...]
With their absolutely masterful pairing of vocal tones and the ability to bring in symphonic and electronic elements without ever compromising the gritty heaviness, Bayless's Ready. Aim. is easily the strongest release this year from an independent rock band. Beyond simply having all of the right elements in play, Jared and Vanessa (aided by an exceptional production team) execute those elements with polish and professionalism that could see them easily standing alongside the biggest rock releases this year. If you take a shot on only one band you haven't heard of this year, Bayless should be a top contender.
The Evening Hate EP proves that in this new era of more direct relationship with RED fans, the band is able to deliver with precision on what those fans want.