Promotions We call them quickies

  • Ninjaspy – Spüken (2017)
    Release date: 14.04.2017

    Hard, heavy, hook-laden music that runs the gamut of reggae, surf, metal and more make up the band’s rule-breaking formula for notoriety.

    “These 10 songs span a decade, so there are a lot of different feels happening from song to song that represent what we got into over the years. It’s like we spent 10 years swallowing everything life threw at us, then we threw it all back up again, and are now able to listen to the blended, half-digested version of it.” says vocalist / guitarist Joel Parent.

  • Grave Plague – The Infected Crypts (2017)
    Release date: 10.03.2017

    “Resurrecting the remains of death metal’s primitive and marveled past, Grave Plague began in late 2015 as a vehicle to exercise the demons of old school death metal into twisting, chaotic, and haunting formation. Inspired by both classic American and European underground extreme metal, vintage 70s and 80s horror, and generally all things macabre and putrid, expect nothing less than death metal played the way only the tried and true remember it …ugly, raw, uncompromising, and untamed!” from original promo

  • Atreides – Neopangea (2017)
    Release date: 03.03.2017

    Atreides present their second album “Neopangea“. Despite the good reviews received for their debut , the band hasn’t chosen a continuist attitude. Always bearing the power metal flag, this new album will open their full range of influences, from thrash tracks to dark and intimate metal.” from original promo

  • Signals of Bedlam – Escaping Velocity (2016)
    Release date: 15.10.2016

    “After 4 years of gigging around NYC and the northeast and 3 years after releasing their debut album No Gods, No Monsters, Signals of Bedlam have released their second album Escaping Velocity via Bandcamp, Spotify, Itunes, and GooglePlay Music. Escaping Velocity is progressive rock. Signals of Bedlam have many influences, but the bands that draw them together are Karnivool, The Mars Volta, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and The Dear Hunter.” from original promo

  • Drude – Drude (2017)
    Release date: 03.03.2017

    “The band’s sound is a dense and measured hybrid of doom, hesher and prog that sedates and bludgeons with equal abandon. In a musical environment where attention spans are null, Drude make music that commands attention.” – from original promo

    Bandcamp: drude.bandcamp.com