Getting into that working week and need to relieve some stress? Here’s a bunch of songs to pick from – surely one at least will be enough to get that adrenaline going!
Colour Of Noise – “Can You Hear Me?”
Featuring ex-Little Angel Bruce John Dickinson, Brighton-based Colour of Noise released their debut album in 2015. “Can You Hear Me?” was one of the tracks on it and the band have released a video in the run-up to their support slot with Toseland in March.
Faintest Idea – “Circling The Drain”
This one’s a bundle of fun. Faintest Idea churn out some filthy ska punk from down in Kings Lynn and are currently in the middle of a bunch of live dates. Check out what you could be witnessing if you go to see them…
Society 1 – “I Can’t Feel”
If something a little more downbeat is your forté, then this little number could be just what you’re looking for. “I Can’t Feel” comes from the album Rise From The Dead (available on iTunes).
Misteyes – “The Prey”
A nice heavy number for you now, with Italy’s Misteyes releasing a video from their album Creeping Time. Featuring a very orchestral death sound topped with operatic female vocals, Creeping Time will feature guest appearances from members of Soilwork and ex-members of Eluveitie.
Wishing Well – “Sacrifice”
Finnish hard rockers Wishing Well have released a video for the song “Sacrifice” from their Chasing Rainbows”album, which was released on 5 February by Inverse Records.
Lead vocalist Peter Goodman:
The new album has got some very positive feedback and we decided to gain momentum by coming up with a video while the album is still fresh. We wanted to introduce the heavier side of Wishing Well and that’s why we chose this song. It’s the slowest track on the album and there’s really heavy groove there. People seem to like the song and we like it too!