En el episodio número 20 de On The Horizon, el universo del proyecto solista mexicano-americano Sundayze se revela a través de su último sencillo, Ex Nihilo. Si siempre te han impresionado las letras que tocan temas más pesados, junto con el rock alternativo, y si buscas una delicia entre las joyas de la música underground, ¡no te pierdas este episodio!
BLACKTOOTHED, affiliated with Arising Empire, adds a new track to build excitement ahead of the release of their second album JULI out on the 29th of July! Get your headphones and ice cream ready, here comes Tidal Wave!
The three-song debut EP "Slowburn" by the Australian band Keepsake was released last year, in April. About a year on from its debut, the journey continues and a new single gives us a more accurate picture of the band's universe. Let's see how Stargazing turned out!
Fortunately, this year we can't complain about better and better releases when it comes to metalcore EPs and albums. Narrowing the field down to the underground, Sweden's Grayscale Season and their latest record 'Do You Like Violence' has turned out to be one of the most pleasant surprises of the year overnight. The band has not yet reached the point of a breakthrough, but they are without a doubt one of the musical projects with a lot of potential and they are on their way to not remaining unnoticed. In this article, we'll only focus on the album's closing track, 'Now Let's Make Those Teeth Leave Your Pretty Mouth', but it's definitely worth exploring the other tracks as well, as the quality is nowhere in question. Come and join us in the realm of pain and pleasure!
In the twentieth episode of On The Horizon, the universe of the Mexican-American solo project Sundayze is revealed through his latest single, Ex Nihilo. If you've always been impressed by lyrics that touch on heavier themes, along with alternative rock, and if you're looking for a treat among the gems of underground music, don't miss this episode!
BIPØLARIS, from Győr, Hungary, present you one of their biggest hits, Operencia, from their debut album Sagittarius A*, released last year! In the nineteenth On The Horizon you can find out a lot of interesting details about the band and the song in question! Let's get to it!
Nest of Plagues, from Budapest, Hungary, have just released the next herald of their upcoming album, Heredity! In the seventeenth On The Horizon you can learn more about the meaning of the song and we also tell you to whom we recommend it most! Let's go!
In today's episode, I've chosen to focus not on a film, but on a soundtrack of a series, which may seem an odd choice in more ways than one. Neither the song nor the series are among the most popular audiovisual creations, and it might be surprising how powerful they are. It may not be apparent from a single scene, but it supports an incredibly diverse series with its outstanding atmosphere, complemented by a strong and varied build-up to a perfect soundtrack that holds a worthy place in my heart in its own right. I recommend it to anyone who loves melancholic yet intense productions!
Why should you give "Argonaut and Magneto" a chance? For many, the band's name may be the most memorable at first glance, but dig deeper than mere window dressing and you'll find gems like Argonaut And Magneto.