Stalwart members of the Brighton, UK metal scene, HTBM have quickly affirmed themselves as a live revelation down South. Conceived at a drunken poker game, the band is currently writing more songs, HTBM are enjoying playing savage live shows. Be sure to see them in a town near you! "A wild, gnarly mixture of seething hardcore, spastic grind, ultra-dark screaming and vein-popping punk-metal. This sound is very refreshing in its disregard for convention and has plenty of breathless, fidgety grooves to raise the pulse. -8/10 Terrorizer Magazine"
The small red lamp throws warm light on the keys of the organ. The man with horn-rimmed spectacles holds an electric guitar. The gentle melody that he plays seems dreamy, as if taken from a children's book. Another man adds a slightly dismal mood with the deep notes he draws from his instrument. Still it feels strangely comfortable. The ambience seems intimate, as if you could slightly identify with it. Just until the third man batters his drums.
The Ocean The Sky are a 6-piece Australian post-hardcore band based in Sydney. They are currently unsigned and to date they have released one album, Seasons and one Ep, Contact. ALEX - VOCALS
ADAM - GUITAR
MARK - GUITAR/VOCALS
PAT - DRUMS
SEAN - SYNTH
BENNY - BASS
Hailing from Kings Lynn, this 5-piece have created a stir in their local area and are set to take the UK by storm in 2010. After the success of their first EP, entitled 'The Price Of Your Ignorance', Beneath Our Sorrows are a force to be reckoned with. Having secured support slots with the likes of Bleed From Within and This Is Colour, their live shows are a jaw-dropping display of musical genius.
Formed 1994, bIRdbATh evolved from 3 bored teenagers into today's Bristol based 4 piece. Initially jamming and recording it into a beat up mono tape machine. bIRdbATh played their first gig in Taunton's main youth club, the people there were both shocked and impressed. That was in early 1996.
There the band went into the first hiatus of their 'career', not appearing again until 1999 where they got together for the Hamp festival in Bridgwater, playing from the back of a grocers lorry!
This Providence (previously known as Sunday Best), is a four piece pop rock band from Seattle, Washington US. The members of This Providence came together in the summer of 2001 and soon after recorded a 4 song demo CD, under the short lived name of "T minus 1." In 2003 they recorded the better known The Sunday Best EP, co-produced, and self-released (now out of print). While still in high school, they gathered a strong local following as well as some label attention. After graduating, the band released their debut full-length record, Our Worlds Divorce, produced by Casey Bates.
Forming in early 2012, Dead Dreamers have gained attention and
secured a respectable reputation within the New Zealand scene.
Since releasing their debut EP ‘This is an Awakening’ in April 2012,
they have played a large number of shows, booking their own
tours, in order to share their unique blend of atmospheric metal/
hardcore throughout the North Island.
They were fortunate enough to move into a large House on the
outskirts of Hamilton, which they turned into a safe haven for
traveling bands. The house, which was nick named 'Dreamers
Bear Arms are a 4 piece Alternative Post-Hardcore band from Glasgow Scotland. www.facebook.com/beararmsuk
Background Ben likes manatees. So much so that he adopted one named Merlin. They have never met. Only letters, but Merlin truly believes that letter writing is a 'lost art.' But Ben brought his love for the sea cow to college where he met a scruffy young introvert named Danny Duran. They hated each other. That is until they connected through the sacred bonds of rock. Then dave joined. He's a republican.