5 Bands/Artists You Should Be Following (#27)

1. receiver

Alternative rock from California. For fans of 311, Incubus, At the Drive-In, etc. receiver has begun recording their first full-length album. You can hear their Channels E.P. on Soundcloud.

“Fake Woke (’98)”


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Melodic metalcore from the UK. For fans of Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Bullet For My Valentine, etc. Deadthrone signed with Arising Empire earlier this month and released the single, “Feel.” Check it and “Our Legacy” out below.


3. A Scent Like Wolves

Metal/Alternative from Pennsylvania. For fans of A Skylit Drive, While She Sleeps, Attila, etc. A Scent Like Wolves plans to record a new LP this year!

“American Winter”

“Hands of Porcelain”

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4. DK-Zero

Industrial/Electronic music with members hailing from Wales and Washington. For fans of Nyxx, Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, etc. DK-Zero will be releasing a new EP this summer. They just posted their next single, “Boom Boom,” to their Patreon. Here are two other tracks: “iFeel” and “Turn Up the Hate.”

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5. For a Life Unburdened

Metalcore from Canada. For fans of Parkway Drive, Killswitch Engage, As I Lay Dying, etc. For a Life Unburdened has promised a lot of new content in 2019! For now, listen to two songs from their debut album, Contempt/Clarity: “Run Away” and “Clarity.”


Let’s Talk Covers (Pt. 29)

1. Bloodrock: “Eleanor Rigby” (The Beatles cover)

2. Lord of the Lost: “Frozen” (Madonna cover)

3. Mudvayne: “King of Pain” (The Police cover)

Bands You Should Know: Stonefeather

Stonefeather actually asked to be featured on my blog via Instagram. I wasted little time in checking out their latest video for the song “Ride On.” I was immediately in love.

Hailing from California, it is no surprise that Stonefeather employs an eclectic mix of rock, funk, and the blues. The tracks “Ride On” and “Electrify” showcase their classic rock influences, which include Cream, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin, while songs like “Crack Cocaine,” “Kush Doctor,” and “What U Want” pay tribute to more current artists such as Rage Against the Machine and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Stonefeather is definitely one of my new favorites. I highly recommend that you find the time to listen to them. Below are my top three Stonefeather tracks.

Kush Doctor

Ride On