Burden Of The Sky, American Hard Rock/Metal alternative band, born in 2012 in Bloomington (Illinois). “Cinis Ad Cinis”, the band’s debut album, was released in 2017. Their single Same Old Page, has more than 800,000 views.
When Canadian singer Lauren Babic and American music comedian Jarrod Alonge get together, this amazing project comes alive… CrazyEightyEight.
Jarrod Alonge, known for his music comedy channel on YouTube, began writing songs in parallel. For a long time, he was looking for singers to close the circle as a composer. Finally, in 2016 he contacted with the singer Lauren Babic (Red Handed Denial), where they both agreed on styles to be able to carry out CrazyEightyEighty. Later Patty Walters joined the band .
Besides this first album, “Burning Alive“, I recommend you to take a look at their two covers EPs, I’m sure you’ll find very interesting songs like The Sound (The 1975), When Your Were Young (The Killers), The Kill (30 Seconds to Mars) or Duality (Slipknot).
Happy New Year metalheads! We start this 2019 like we ended the last one, recommending a band without a record label. Ready for Daybreak Embrace?
In this new year, we decided to start to recommend bands that have not been lucky enough or given the opportunity from the record companies, but they have an incredible talent, depending on themselves and without people behind them telling how and what they have to play and sing, simply… PURE MUSIC.
Daybreak Embrace reached my ears in 2010, with their first EP “Tomorrow Awaits“, specifically their single Suffocate made me get up from the couch and shout “So freaking nice!“.
Coming from Florida and formed in 2009, the band is able to mix different musical genres such as Electronic, Progressive and Metal.
Last post of this year and what better way to review the most visited articles during 2018.
It has been an incredible year, a beginning of the blog that not even in my best dreams could I have imagined. Let’s go over the list together.
Last recommendation of 2018 and first independent band that we present in the Blog… With all of you: Set for the Fall.
This emerging Hard Rock band from North Carolina, have a powerful voice that captivated me from the first moment. Their fans rank them between a mix of Sevendust, Of Mice & Men, Breaking Benjamin and I Prevail, with a touch of Deftones.
In late 2016, SFTF independently released their first album “3 Nails”. With over 8,000 listeners per month on Spotify. Two years of tireless touring gave them the opportunity to share the stage with Skillet, Slaves or The Devil Wears Prada.