Forming in Atlanta in 2005, Attila set off on a mission to bring fun back to the metal scene and never looked back. Having to work against the odds every step of the way, the band quickly managed to gain national attention with their explosive energy on the stage, and their fearless attitude towards the opposition. With each release, the band tightened their grip on the throat of metalcore royalty, becoming an absolute monster in the heavy music world and beyond. After seeing many buzz bands come and go over the years, Attila continued to push their way uphill into a worldwide brand. Don’t let the party lifestyle fool you, Attila is one of the hardest working bands you’ll ever come across, and they are far from done.
Since forming in 2008 in Tuscaloosa, AL, Gideon had been making a name for themselves by defying convention, creating their own distinct sound and never settling for anything that was just run of the mill or ordinary. Rather, the band—completed today by founding member and drummer Jake Smelley, vocalist Daniel McWhorter, guitarist/vocalist Tyler Riley and bassist Caleb DeRusha—kept stretching the boundaries of their sound to great acclaim and to increasing commercial success. 2011’s debut album, Costs, established them as powerhouse of the metalcore scene, but that’s something the band simultaneously pushed away from it, incorporating elements of melodic hardcore and hardcore punk into the fold of their songs, but always with an underlying sense of positivity and defiance. Impressively prolific, the band released their next two full-lengths, Milestone and Calloused, on Facedown Records in 2012 and 2014 respectively, before signing to Equal Vision Records. Their first album for EVR was 2017’s Cold, followed by Out Of Control in 2019, a record that deservedly saw the band’s profile rising steadily. That brings us to Gideon’s 6th full-length studio album. Recorded/mixed/mastered by Randy Lebouef at Graphic Nature Audio, “MORE POWER. MORE PAIN.”is a brutally intense burst of violent noise that both nods to the band’s past, musically and thematically, but also establishes itself in its own context.
ten56. is a project built upon the stress and uncertainty of a global pandemic, made up of real people who are sick of the pretentious elite and the hypocrisy of the industry.
ten56. was founded across the summer of 2020, vowing to become the vector of uncompromised, raw emotions, drawn out of the darkest corners of human nature.
We write music that exposes the deepest inner pains of life, lifting the veil from egoism to expose the true dark thoughts that we all possess.
With a dark sound churned through an industrial machine to give the music an apocalyptic sound; with imagery that refuses to skim over the horrible truths that so many humans live through from day to day. A modern and dark view of what the future holds, whilst being conscient of the cold life that those at the bottom of society experience on the daily. ten56. Is a mix of attitude, anxiety, and industrialism rolled into one angry package that lays bear for all to relate.
Until I Wake
Until I Wake have been steadily bubbling under in the hard rock scene since their formation in 2019. Thanks to its crunchy, guitar-driven anthems, the band has already tallied 5 million global streams to date and found itself on Spotify’s New Core, New Metal Tracks, and New Blood playlists, in addition to the song “Mixed Signals” being featured in SiriusXM Octane’s Test Drive. With early believers on board at tastemaker publications like Alternative Press and Kerrang!, Until I Wake are posted to take a leap forward into the rock stratosphere now that they have signed with Fearless Records.
Fighting the Phoenix
Fighting The Phoenix is a metalcore band from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Their music is an intense and emotional blend of heavy riffs, thundering drums, and soaring vocals. With lyrics that explore themes of personal struggle and inner strength, Fighting The Phoenix is a band that connects with their audience on a deep level. They've been playing together for several years and have gained a reputation for their high-energy live shows. If you're looking for a band that will get your blood pumping and your heart racing, Fighting The Phoenix is the band for you!