Fans of post-hardcore have been spoilt of late with an abundance of fresh bands coming through and pushing the scene forward. This is where Cardinal Bay come in with new music and take the genre by the balls.
Not only does January see the birth of a new year, but also new music from emerging bands. Making the most of the fresh start are Years Young, two members of which use to be in alternative rock band Ameira.
Its said that putting all of your eggs in one basket can be pretty risky business. When it comes to Mallory Knox, it certainly is. Back almost two years ago, this fresh faced five-piece cropped up from a tiny historical village in Cambridgeshire with arguably one of the finest debuts in recent years.
Today, the concept of a mini-album is somewhat a myth. We expect the usual EP, containing three to five tracks, with the arrival a time after of the full length studio album. Think again.
When we look back through the history of music, and we think about the bands that changed the landscape of things, that really put their heart and soul into their craft and along with it provided us with timeless classics and music that will live on forever, then we really have to look the UK and all of its contributions, bands like Led Zeppelin
British rock is alive right now. You Me At Six sold out Wembley Arena at the tail-end of last year. Young Guns and We Are The Ocean are gaining significant airplay on daytime radio. Hell – even the likes of Don Broco and Deaf Havana are starting to make their mark on nationwide venues.
It's always nice to see British rock & metal achieving mainstream chart success and we've got a double dose of it to report this morning.
Swedish rockers Reckless Love are headed to the UK in just a few weeks, and they'll be here for quite a long time as their UK tour lasts a full three weeks.