Another busy day here at Moshville Times. Just enough time to slide this little bunch of varied tracks your way…
Borders – “Comatosed”
Lincoln tech-metallers Borders have confirmed that they’ll be releasing their new EP Diagnosed on the 21st April 2017, their most punishingly dark and sinister record to date featuring new vocalist Jordan “JJ” Olifent.
You can also catch the band on tour with Faces of Eve from next week.
IDestroy – “Annie”
Riot grrrl rockers IDestroy have released the video for ‘Annie’, one half of their double A-side single ‘Annie’ and ‘98%’ which is out now. The video captures the band’s attitude and intensity in this grungy lo-fi performance.
CreVassE – “Brave New World”
CreVassE have released their brand-new lyric video for the song “Brave New World”. Me & You is CreVassE’s first studio album and lives off its extraordinary melodies, paired with fresh arrangements and is generally chock-full of emotions that will stay with you long after the last track has been played.
Their sound incorporates classical elements and gives a healthy shout-out to the prog hard rock from the late 70’s.
King No-One – “Antichrist”
King No-One are a cool, alt-indie band with an extravagant/quirky style that are creating quite a buzz with the young indie and pop fans. They’ve just released the video for their new single ‘Antichrist’. It is a modern day protest song that stands against social prejudice surrounding events across the globe.
Circa Waves – “Fire That Burns (in the Live Lounge)”
Circa Waves were in the Radio 1 Live Lounge earlier this week with Clara Amfo. They performed current A list single “Fire That Burns”, alongside a cover of “Paris” by The Chainsmokers.
Molehill – “Hearts on Fire”
Currently gigging around Austin, TX for SXSW, the progressive indie rock band Molehill has released the official music video for their single “Hearts on Fire”. The song is the title track from their new EP (releasing on May 12th) and was inspired by the “Euromaidan” protests in the Ukraine, the birthplace of vocalist Peter Manhart’s mother.