Welcome to week 7 of our ReverbNation picks.
From Valhalla, New York, multi-instrumentalist Christian Gisondi has been playing music his entire life. His style of Metal is heavy and driving.
This band from Subang Jaya, Malaysia plays catchy and upbeat Pop-Punk. They draw influence from a wide variety of bands such as Sum 41 and Tegan & Sara.
Formed in 2014, this Romanian band features powerful female vocals. The music they make is pure Heavy Metal.
They might be a young band, but Dallas-based Awaiting Daylight plays heavy, driving Rock. The powerful female vocals drive the melody while the heavy instrumentals lend a gritty, aggressive sound.
Hollywood, Florida band Deadman’s Gambit has been around since 2013. They play dirty and aggressive Hard Rock.
Hailing from Bushnell, Florida, Firesphere plays Industrial Metal. They always put on a spectacle for their live shows.
Road’s End has evolved since its formation in 2010 when it comes to their line-up. One thing that hasn’t changed is this Chicago band’s heavy, driving Rock.
This is the first time a band from Makati, Philippines has been featured. Indio I has toured all across the Philippines to share their fun Reggae-fused Rock.
Canada has a wealth of indie bands. This one from Victoria, BC plays hard, aggressive Rock.
Although they’re often called a Death Metal band, Fragile Existence crosses into multiple Metal subgenres. From Toronto their sound is dark and aggressive.
Proving that a variety of musical backgrounds can be an excellent thing, Toronto band New Row mixes Pop hooks with Rock edge. Their sound is guitar-driven with catchy hooks.
This Salisbury, England band enjoys exploring different musical and artistic ideas. Minus Cube’s Alternative Rock sound is heavy and aggressive.
Blues-based rock is still alive and well, as this Tonbridge, England band proves. Wild Horse’s sound also has a faintly Rolling Stones vibe to it.
Heavily influenced by 90’s and 2000’s Punk and Pop-Punk acts, Casual Friday brings back the familiar sounds of that era. From Rutherford, New Jersey, their music is upbeat and catchy.
Bringing back filthy, gritty Punk is Copenhagen’s Pleasure Squad. This Danish band’s style is very much reminiscent of early 80’s Hardcore.