Trevor Strnad: "I think they looked at me and said 'hell, if that dude can do this, then why can't we?"


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March 31, 2017

Sometimes, musical talent on its own isn't enough to keep a band progressing. Now more than ever, bands are run like businesses as much as anything else - and there's nothing wrong with that, it's simply the nature of the beast in todays' hectic, competitive music industry. Not so much long gone, but much rarer are the days when a band can show reckless abandon in their approach to the future of the band, and while the music is still usually the...

March 30, 2017

An anthemic entry to alternative rock, Brightlight City will have you on your toes with this record. Opening track ‘It Depends On You’ is an emotive and rich rock ballad. The riffs pierce the mix and vocal walls carry you on the journey. It’s a song that leaves little to be critiqued.

‘Leave The Light On’ is much more mellow and paired with the very British vocals almost marries it to the sound of The Clash. It works well and although the instrum...

March 30, 2017

As part of Noizze's ever expanding reach, we here at the site have decided to compile some of our water-cooler conversations and turn them into an article for your enjoyment. One of our favourites are "Top 10's", a debate that has haunted popular culture since we had charts, mouths and music. 

The focus of today is the crux at the heart of every reasonable rock and metal fan. Which of those thrashing, crashing and moshing masterpieces truly resona...

March 29, 2017

Tom Lumley is a powerhouse to be reckoned with and this release is a testament to what one incredibly talented human being can do. ‘Dream City’ is the opener and what a title track it is. Pairing what is great about alternative bands, heavy raw emotion, great basslines and riffs with meaningful lyricism. What sets it apart from the crowd is the chilling, huge and incredible vocal talent which could easily rival the top forty.

‘Running From Our Li...

March 29, 2017

Southampton’s Deference possess a blend of tenacity, power, and poise that is almost certain to make them a hit with an audience that likes a tinge of pounding anthem with their metal. With new EP False Awakening, the quintet land on a musical style that sits somewhere between Emmure and Caliban, and for the most part; it’s a joy to behold.

False Awakening transitions between what can be eye gauging aggression and all out empathy. ‘Scavengers’...

March 29, 2017

Elasea are a five piece alternative rock band from Berkshire. They released their debut EP 'Where I Belong' back in 2015 to much success and have now released their anticipated sophomore EP 'Lesson Learnt'. Below is our track-by-track review!

The guitar riff in the track ‘Breathe’ is truly captivating, to say the least. That being said, the radio edit is still a stand out track with plenty to offer.The instrumental arrangements in the track have t...

Are you off to Slam Dunk 2017? Stuck for inspiration about who to see? Well, we may just have you sorted. This year is all about the nostalgia factor, with some up-and-coming acts you need to catch. Stevie and Kate have come together to give you their must-see top 10 to keep an eye on across the festival.

Frank Iero and the Patience

Fresh off a Taking Back Sunday UK tour with Muncie Girls and Black Foxxes, Frank Iero And The Patience returns to the...

March 28, 2017

The latest album by Cut Up is a solid piece of Death Metal. These Swedish Metallers have been on the scene from 2014 and made a name for themselves with the first album Forensic Nightmares. Their follow up to this album, Wherever They May Rot, has just been released looking to carve more ground into the flesh of the Death Metal scene.

It opens up powerfully enough; ‘From Ear to Ear’ is straight up Death Metal and is quick to get everything moving...

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