• Lights: New album “Little Machines” in September

    Canadian synth-pop LIGHTS has announced the release date of her third album Little Machines and shares the first song. She has also unveiled the cover art and tracklist for this new album (below). ...

  • MONO complete work on new album

    Japanese instrumental rock band, MONO, have confirmed that work is complete on their next release, and have unveiled the first snippet of new material. A short clip of the track "Where We Begin" p...

  • Our interview with Overkill

    With no time to lose and building on the momentum achieved with critically acclaimed records such as “Ironbound” and “The Electric Age”, New Jersey’s Thrash Metal giants Overkill are once ag...

  • Premiere: Stream here Lazer/Wulf’s debut album

    A couple of weeks ago I went to see Kylesa and this band Lazer/Wulf, that was opening the night. Luckily enough I received their album in my email and had the opportunity of checking them out. I recal...

  • Pink Floyd: New album in 20 years announced

    Pink Floyd have officially announced that they are releasing their first record in 20 years. The new album its titled The Endless River and it arrives in October 2014. According to their announcem...

Our chat with John Lemke about his new EP, “Walizka”

John Lemke body of work is centered in the many territories of sound. From composer (documentaries soundtracks) to solo artist. Always aiming to design sound. After releasing People Do, his debut albu... Read more...

An interview with The Secret

The Secret are not your average hardcore band. They’re not your average metal band either. Over the course of four albums, the Italians have created some of the most savage, progressive and dark har... Read more...

An interview with Freeze The Atlantic

Freeze the Atlantic are a surpring, refreshing band that brings back the cool 2000's vibe of alternative rock, and Speakeasy - their 2012's debut album - had proved that. Along the way, the British gr... Read more...

Miserable: More than a musical project, it’s a statement!

“I feel that life is divided into the horrible and the miserable. That's the two categories. The horrible are like, I don't know, terminal cases, you know, and blind people, crippled. I don't know h... Read more...

Our chat with John Lemke about his new EP, “Walizka”

Our chat with John Lemke about his new EP, “Walizka”

19/07/2014, 0 comments
An interview with The Secret

An interview with The Secret

19/07/2014, 0 comments
An interview with Freeze The Atlantic

An interview with Freeze The Atlantic

10/07/2014, 0 comments
Miserable: More than a musical project, it’s a statement!

Miserable: More than a musical project, it’s a statement!

02/07/2014, 0 comments
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