Post-Hardcore metal newcomers are set to make a mark
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Tampa Bay’s Shattered is a brutal mix of old and new school metal.
How not to like a musician that lists writers Oscar Wilde and George Orwell in their influences? Kurt Riley takes British glam rock and serves it up with a 21st century sensibility. Check out their latest single “Be Cool”!
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The Neal Morse Band follows their epic 2016 double concept album with another. And they’re still raising the bar.
Cinders’ music is a catchy and infectious brand of pop rock that blends multiple influences.
Nova Scotia’s Marc Durkee plays brooding atmospheric prog rock that should appeal to any fan of music that lies on the darker side
The Hu is an innovative band from Mongolia that reinvents metal using throat singing and traditional instruments
The King of Mars skillfully blends rock, jazz and funk. As if Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers had a sonic baby and added a horn section to it.