Why: We all need motivation. Vera Lux could be what you need to get psyched up to go to the store or work. I don’t know if they did any music for “Vikings” or “The Last Kingdom” but they could and should.
Check out their links to hear music and buy band merch.
Side note: There’s a librarian in Ohio with the same name. Maybe Vera Lux needs to know Vera Lux or vice versa.
Who: Nungara of Berlin. The lead singer, Noelle dos Anjos, is from Brazil.
What: Heavy Metal
Why: I’m starting to suspect that Noelle is really a one woman band. It’s been difficult to find anything about other band members.
However, if she is the band, no one over here is complaining. She/The band is kickin’ ass. Sometimes if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. She/They have only released one song. Hopefully, there will be more to follow soon.
Currently searching for a drummer. So if you’re interested in the job, get in touch with the band.
What: Alternative/Progressive Metal.
They have a new album, Mayhem. Plus a post-apocalyptic video to go with it. So far I still enjoy post-apocalyptic stuff. Even if you don’t enjoy the video, the music is still pretty awesome. Check out the video and the links below.
Why are metal bands from Scandanavian countries so good? I don’t have the answer but if you have an opinion, please share it with us.
• Martina Cleo Ungarelli – Vocals • Martina Nixe Riva – Guitar and Backing Vocals • Alice Lane Pandini – Bass and Backing Vocals • Elisa Helly Montin – Drums
What: Metal/Alternative Metal
Why: Killin’ Baudelaire rocks -whether it’s a Lana Del Ray cover or an original song. They seem to always bring their A game.
I think that they take part of their name from the French poet Charles Baudelaire, who was a really interesting person. Baudelaire translated Edgar Allan Poe’s works from English to French. Does the band really hat Baudelaire? Maybe, I cannot say with 100 % certainty.
So the connection between Killin’ Baudelaire, the poet Baudelaire and Poe is that they could be considered a bit edgier. None of them give a damn about what anyone else thinks. Killin’ Baudelaire has a song called, “Don’t Give a F**k,” which sums up that feeling.
Any of them could be a writer of Gothic Horror or a character in a Gothic Horror novel or movie. If there was a new Frankenstein or Dracula movie, Killin’ Baudelaire should do some songs for the soundtrack
Besides that they have the potential to rule the metal scene, they were wearing masks in 2019 before everyone was doing it in 2020. Also, Ivy Crown looks much cooler than the rest of us. Maybe they should have the masks in the merch section. I would buy one and scare the coworkers a little bit. It would make my day. By the way, don’t forget to check out their links and support the band.
What: They play symphonic metal. Their name reminds me of a spooky ghost town that is within an hour of where I live. Gallia is also a little spooky. Do they go on ghost hunts in between gigs? I think that whenever it’s possible, Gallia should do a concert/ghost hunt. Play music and hunt for ghosts at the same event.
Why: Besides being spooky, they are pretty kickass. I’m hoping that they get the following that they deserve – millions and millions of fans that love metal and ghost hunting.
Band Members: Franccesca De Struct, Jonni Law, Ben Levi, Nathan Youngblood, Art Diharce
What: Heavy Metal band since 2016.
Why: Fate DeStroyed rocks as much as anyone. They do a pretty awesome cover of “In the Pines.” It would be a shame if you missed out on supporting a band with so much potential for heavy metal greatness.
What: Symphonic metal. Metal for history buffs. Their last album was more like a trilogy of albums about 3 historical figures: Anne Boleyn, Anne Frank and Anastasia Romanova. So if you are a fan of symphonic metal and history, Ex Libris is the band for you.
Who: Dominhuz of Mexico City. The name Dominhuz is derived from the Latin word Dominus.
The current line-up: Emir Bucio (Guitar, composition and arrangements), Alejandro Altamirano (Drums and arrangements) and Sharon Portilla (Voice and writer). I’m not sure if Vlad Landeros (Bass, composition) is still with the band.
What: Symphonic Metal in Spanish.
Why: They rock in any language. You will be missing out if you don’t give them a chance.
If you are looking for a new favorite metalcore band, The Anchor should definitely be on the list. Who is going to tell if you are rockin’ out to The Anchor in the privacy of your own home? Plus, we’ll all have time to get psyched up for their next concert – fingers crossed.
Who: The Anchor of Denver, Colorado. Linzey, Sham, Cory, Adam, Ryan
What: Metalcore with a rock goddess. Check out their album, Breathe.
Why: They are badass. They also have awesome merch. Go buy some to support the band.