Take Notice is one of the latest singles from the up and coming roots-deep Rock powerhouse Jericho Hill’s 2018 album ‘the Suicide Jack’.
Their debut album was released on September 7th and is pretty much guaranteed to appeal to anyone who appreciates a contemporary twist on Classic Rock. With vocals that are simultaneously reminiscent to both Disturbed and Iron Maiden’s, Take Notice is a track which will instantly feel like home to any self-respecting Rock fan. Whilst Jericho Hill may not stand out in terms of originality with Take Notice, they’ve certainly caught our attention with their high-octane energy and complete lack of restraint when it comes to pouring all the angst they have into the track.
You can check out Jericho Hill’s latest single Take Notice along with the rest of the tracks from their first album for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
With their latest single Pushin’ have created one of the most cathartically ambient offerings of Soft Americana I’ve ever heard. There’s a soft delicacy to their soundscapes as they allow the organ to bleed over the gentle chord progressions of the Bluegrass guitar, and then there’s the vocals which sporadically weave through the track, offering a poised and poignant narration of pure soul. The vocals get mixed up along the way with spoken word versing to allow the sentiment behind Pushin’ to really resonate. With their extended track Pushin’ the Los Angeles based collective squeezed in plenty of melodically intricate instrumental breakdowns that any self-respecting audiophile wouldn’t fail to recognise as concordantly blissful.
Their individualistic Funk-riddled approach to Classic Rock is like nothing you’ve ever heard before, whilst EdenTrain may have faint similarities to bands such as the Doors their prodigally conceptual approach to instrumental layering isn’t something that you’ll hear every day.
You can stream and download EdenTrain’s latest single Pushin’ from their album ‘Weird World’ which was released July 21st, 2018 by heading over to BandCamp now.
Come With me is the latest track from the Alt Rock powerhouse of talent The Thrill.
Sitting somewhere between classic rock and 80’s hair metal, The Thrill create a raucous smorgasbord of synergetic riffs, angsty melodies, and lyrics that you could get lost in. They’re romantic… in a Rock & Roll kind of way. Whilst I can’t say Come With Me is the most pioneering track that I’ve heard in 2018, the familiarity of the sound was akin to putting on a comfortable pair of slippers, a pair of slippers that are alive with rhythmic energy.
If you’re a fan of bands such as Shinedown, Incubus, Billy Talent, WASP, or any other acts creating guitar-driven sounds you can check out The Thrill’s latest track Come With Me on Spotify now along with their earlier releases.
There’s a reason why the classic Rock styling never gets old, the timeless discords create an overwhelming sensation of nostalgic euphoria. It takes you back to a simpler time when sounds were analog and well…decent. Ian Mccotter’s soulful approach to his 2018 release of Under the Sun is the perfect example with his guitar-driven sound. Ian Mccotters vocal style would be reminiscent of the results of splicing Gary Barlow and Dave Grohl, whilst that seems like a strange compliment to give a Rock musician, the Glaswegian artist has a polished, sophisticated style, that wouldn’t be out of place in a Pop track, whilst having that essential subtle raucous edge. Whilst I’m normally inclined to go out in search of pioneering sounds Ian Mccotter creates such anachronistic sounds that ooze pure soul and passion through evocatively deep lyricism his tracks are a pleasure to get lost in.
You can check out Ian Mccotter’s single Under the Sun on SoundCloud now along with the myriad of other new music he’s released so far in 2018. For more info head on over to Ian Mccotter’s official website
Listening to Archaic Knowledge’s debut track from their latest album will be like a breath of fresh air for Thrash Rock & Hard Rock fans alike. Instrumentally, their Groove Rock sound is relentless, fuelled with the pretty filthy guitar riffs that reverberate acting as the life line for this track.
The vocals are pretty minimal and sporadic which is perfect if you just want to soak up the raucous vibes from the instrumentals. The vocalists iconic Grunge style offerings to the track round it off perfectly, with a slight reminiscence to the iconic sound of Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and contemporary grungers Gnostalgic, just with a little added groove to their sound. The Tennessee based Classic Rock aficionado’s play with unrivalled synergy that flows through each one of their tracks which will no doubt see them played on Kerrang! Radio in no time!
Their album Blade Of The Jungle is now available to buy and stream across all major platforms, physical copies can be bought from their Facebook store: