Great Stuff You Missed – January 31st, 2018 Round Up



We all feel under the water sometimes when so much music is being released at the same time. No worries, we’ve got your back. We compiled  here our favorite new tracks from last month. Check it out! 

Endless Heights – Come A Little Closer

Ahead of the release of their debut album ‘Vicious Pleasure’ (out Feb 16th, 2018), Endless Heights have put out this pleasing music video, for the song Come A Little Closer. The video was directed by Thomas Elliott and you should watch it.


Super American – Samantha’s Song

If you enjoy heartfelt and vibrant music, Super American might be what you are looking for. The trio has released two new songs, which come with music videos that have a vintage and nostalgic vibe (it was shot on kodak…) It’s perfect for cold evenings at home, or winter walks through your neighbourhood park. Watch also Good Boy and enjoy!


Dream State – In This Hell

Having just announced their signing with Australian heavy music label UNFD, Dream State are sharing new single and music video In This Hell, which represents the Welsh band’s new start. Commenting on the track, vocalist CJ stated : “In This Hell is the representation of the transitional period we experience when we want to make a change in ourselves, and change isn’t always easy.”


Bleed From Within return with a new song & album announcement


Scottish metal rejoice! Bleed From Within are finally back with new music and plans for 2018. ‘Era’ is out on April 6th, 2018 and in the meantime, enjoy this music video for the song Alive.


Slow Bloomer – Hex Hex Hex

Slow Bloom‘s new EP ‘Hex, Hex, Hex” is the band’s debut release..Slow Bloom “sounds like At The Drive-In and Nirvana made a love baby,” they said.


The Amsterdam Red light District – Carry On

The Amsterdam Red Light District have released two new singles taken from their upcoming album ‘Sapere Aude’. One of them being Carry On, which comes with a nice 360° video  (directed By Aurelien Mariat // FUX CARTEL.) ‘Sapere Aude’ is out on March 2nd, 2018.


Solitaris – Refusal

Parisian metallers Solitaris have recently debuted their first ever track Refusal. Go check it out and keep an eye on the band, because you’ll be hearing from them throughout the year, for sure!


Night Verses – Vice Wave

After an eventful year, it has been made official that Night Verses will be pursuing their journey as an instrumental band. They’re showcasing their new work with the ‘Copper Wasp’ EP, which is out now. As usual, you can clearly hear the band’s musicianship and they’re clearly establishing themselves as masters in their musical landscape.


Palm Reader – SWARM First single from new album Braille

This is Palm Reader‘s much awaited return, check it out now and be ready for ‘Braille’, the band’s upcoming album, which is set to be released on April 6th (Silent Cult Records)

Turnstile – Moon

With disconcerting music videos, as well as mad soundscapes, Turnstile‘s intriguing new era brings out a lot of anticipation on our end. Check out this new track, with vocals courtesy of the one and only Franz Lyons! Turnstile – ‘Time & Space’, out on 16/02/2018 (Roadrunner Records)

The Bennies – Dreamkillers

When looking for entertainment, The Bennies are always here to provide. Enjoying punk with that little ska twist? Check out The Bennies new album ‘Natural Born Chillers’ (they’re Australian, in case you didn’t figured it out yet). Enjoy this new music video for Dreamkillers, which was also directed by Thomas Elliott. In their own words : “DON’T BAN THE BEERS! VOTE BENNIES!”


Shields – It’s Killing Me

While Shields were gearing up to release new, exciting material, things took an unexpected turn, as the band was wrapping up a successful tour supporting Escape The Fate at the end of the month. In fact, guitarist George Christie sadly took his life, which is absolutely devastating. Our sincerest thoughts are with the band and George’s close ones. This is another heavy reminder that mental health illness is real and terrifying, which is why we all need to take care of each other, check up on each other through the good times and the bad. Press play in loving memory of George.

Casey – Phosphenes

This is another reminder that Casey‘s new album ‘Where I Go When I Am Sleeping’ is set to be released on March 16th, 2018. Furthermore, don’t forget that the band will go on tour though Europe with Rarity and Endless Heights and that no one wants to miss that!


Dream Wife – Hey Heartbreaker

This is a band that is slowly but surely taking over the rock’n’roll world. Dream Wife‘s self-titled debut album is impressive and instantly established itself as a very strong contender to our top albums of the year. Power to the women who rock!

Nervus – It Follows

Nervus have totally owned the making of this new video and probably also rick rolled us a little bit. “Be your own Nervus.” It Follows is taken from the full length ‘Everything Dies’, out March 9th 2018 through Big Scary Monsters.


Northlane – Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat (FatBoy Slim Remix)

It’s no secret that Northlane are one of those bands who enjoy pushing boundaries and experiencing new ways of creating music. Here’s their rendition of Fatboy Slim’s Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat, which is taken from ‘Fatboyslim vs Australia’, a compilation of remixes from various aussie artists. Out now


…Also released this month and excessively blasting through our speakers :

  • Marmozets – Knowing What You know (26.01.2018, Roadrunner Records)
  • YungBlud – Yungblud EP (19.01.2018 – Locomotion/Geffen)
  • Terrible Love – Doubt Mines EP (19.01.2018 – Big Scary Monsters)
  • The Xcerts – Hold On To Your Heart ( 19.01.2018 – Raygun Records)
  • Tiny Moving Parts – Swell (26.01.2018 – Big Scary Monsters)
  • Bleed American – It Probably Isn’t (05.01.2018 – Weatherman Records)
  • Dead! – The Golden Age of not Even Trying (26.01.2018 – Infectious Music)
  • Mike Shinoda – Post Traumatic EP (25.01.2018 – Warner)


I’m Yousra, in love with most of the things that earth has to offer, and isn’t music one of its most amazing wonders ? In that purpose, I try to always be on the look-out for every new band that will make my ears happy and my soul filled again.

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