If you’re bold enough to name your band the hilarious moniker of Steaksauce Mustache, you’d better be able to deliver something that stands out. Luckily, the Oregon chaotic rock/metal band know how to do that in spades, both in their music, and their comedic relief that shows out in their recently-released video for “Barnyard Brodown”, and we’re stoked to be bringing you the exclusive premiere for the video, too.
With another New Music Friday on our hands today, it might well be easy to lose track of all the bands releasing killer music today. There’s no shortage of quality releases across the board from the likes of Uneven Structure to The Anchor to Dream State, and that’s merely scratching the surface.
You can add alt-rock newcomers Subtleties to that list as well. The band just released their new EP Barely You, and they’re probably going to draw some comparisons to bands like Silverstein or even Can’t Swim. In other words, they’re certainly one to watch. We’re stoked to be teaming up with the band for the track-by-track overview of their new EP, so listen to the record and read along below if that’s your thing. It should be!
Born from a place of cold misery, Detroit metallic hardcore band Smash Your Enemies are here to deliver a taste of “Bloodshed” with their new single of the same name. Formed from members of Cold As Life, the band’s new EP Become Death drops October 30th, and we’re stoked to get the first taste of the EP out there into the world. If you’re a fan of metallic hardcore, thrash metal, or anything in between, this band might well be up your alley. If you like what you hear, pre-order the new EP via Upstate Records right here. And if you’re like us and you enjoy all things visceral and angry, Smash Your Enemies might just be for you.
Fans of high energy pop-punk are going to love what we have cooking on this Friday. We’re stoked to be teaming up with Cleveland’s Elbow Room for the premiere of their new video + single for “Vanity”. Generally, this is a band that plays better when they’re louder, which is ALL the time in terms of energy. Seriously, it’ll probably remind you of everyone from Rarity to even Bearings at times. Basically, you’ll dig it.
The band has already gained some attention hanging with the likes of Sleep On It and hitting a few notable Spotify playlists too. In other words, it might just be your new favorite song, since the alt-rock edge helps them very much.