Output from the band may be rare (for many reasons over the last couple of years) but this track suggests there is fire in the belly to make this work and hopefully more music, more shows and the level of recognition that the lads deserve is forthcoming.
Dublin-based Neon Empire have dropped their latest single – “City Lights” and it’s another cracker. The metalcore fourpiece have been building momentum (despite Covid) and are going from strength to strength. After the success of “This Clarity” (featuring Jimmie Strimell & Pontus Hjelm of Dead By April) they defied lockdown with another face-melting single “Wrath”, […]
The song talks about how women can be imprisoned by society in predetermined roles and how they can break free from these stereotypes to express their strong and fierce side
SNAFU’s 11 finely crafted songs, full of rock’n’roll attitude were produced by Dave Draper, with Paul Cook and Tom Spencer co-producing. The album is an aural treat, with no calculated image or reliance on nostalgia.
The Vanilla Suburbs are set to release their debut single ‘Looking Glass’ via Best Revenge Records and all streaming services on 31st July 2021 THE VANILLA SUBURBS A BRAND NEW 3 PIECE OUTFIT FRONTED BY EX THE MERCHANT OF MENACE / ACID JAZZ RECORDS RECORDING ARTIST HUGH BROOKER . The track is a high-tempo pop […]
Having released the single ‘Love is the Enemy’ with a spectacular launch show, followed by the acclaimed video for ‘Save Your Life’ in April 2020, the debut album, produced by Tony Wilson (BBC Radio 1/TotalRock/Mia Klose), is set for release in the Summer of 2021.
Muca is the mastermind behind the band. Guitarist, music producer, mixing engineer and London Calling 89fm presenter at A Rádio Rock, he has used all his experience to develop this project.
Dublin based metalcore four-piece Neon Empire have just released their brand new video for the single “Wrath“. Here’s what the band had to say about their new Single: “Wrath is an intense experience. This song is an invitation into a world of primal rage, and with it, a warning of the consequences of losing control. […]
This track was written the day after a double date where the other couple couldn’t get over how in tune with each other me and the guy were. The song addresses
the reality of modern dating and how nothing is really what it seems in today’s society.