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  1. Psycroptic – ‘Frozen Gaze’

Psycroptic is an extreme metal act from Tasmania and has been active since 1999. After six critically acclaimed studio albums Psycroptic has released yet another technical death metal classic called ‘As The Kingdom Drowns‘ via Prosthetic Records.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. Bedouin – ‘Submarine

Submarine‘ is the new official audio, shared as a preview of the upcoming single ‘Submarine/Youth‘ that will be official out on December 18th via Inner Ear Records. The garage rock quintet from Patras-Greece formed in 2017 and is preparing for their debut album that will be also out on the same label. For the moment the lucky audience of Patras area is getting to know them from scheduled gigs like the upcoming one in the Westside Festival.

Lyrics: “It is black it is blue/ Dressed in leather for you/ Is it wrong? Is it right?/ Never ever mind.” Enjoy!

Eleftheria Gesou

  1. Pearson Sound – ‘Earwig‘ David Kennedy

Now this is a real “dope” audiovisual experience; The latest video by Pearson Sound, ‘Earwig‘, by Leila Ziu, is an ode to the Golden 90’s acid dayzz. David Kennedy & Leila Ziu co-operate masterfully in this one and I already feel slap-happy.. And this bass. Check this out!

Christos Doukakis

  1. Americanadian – ‘Get out of My Head, Thank You

Once in a while I come across tracks with godlike melodies. One of the most recent cases, is ‘Get out of My Head, Thank You‘ by AmericanadianSerena Scalzi is the main “brain” (& soul) of the band and her irresistibly distinctive voice along with this awesome dream-pop/indie blend will guarantee your trip to a “melodious heaven”. Just great!

Looking forward to their early 2019 EP!

Christos Doukakis

  1. Thomas Giles– ‘Incomplet‘ 

Thomas Giles is best known as the lead vocalist and founder of Between The Buried And Me. Since 2011, when Giles started his solo career, he has released 5 solo albums, with his fifth one ‘Don’t Touch The Outside‘, out just now, via Sumerian Records.

Mary Kalaitzidou

Compiled by Mary Kalaitzidou, Eleftheria Gesou & Christos Doukakis