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Our weekly discoveries – November 16th 2022

We got the opportunity to discover a lot of new bands and artists lately, and you’ll find below our discoveries of the week!

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Earthside – “We Who Lament” (feat. Keturah)

Earthside’s new single “We Who Lament” is featuring Keturah and is available to stream on major streaming platforms. Check it out below!

Otherwise – “New Way To Hate”

Otherwise are back with a new single, “New Way To Hate”, taken from the band’s upcoming album “GAWDZILLIONAIRE”, out in March 2023.

MOINK – “No tomorrow”

No tomorrow” is an intriguing original song that pays reference to Joy Division, David Bowie, and Iggy Pop. Check it out below!

Cave Wolves – “Vendetta”

Cave Wolves is an alternative rock trio from Geneva, Switzerland. The guys have recently revealed their single, “Vendetta”. Check out the studio playthrough below!

Nothing for Free – “By the window”

New sound, new music video… French punks Nothing for Free are back and will soon release a new EP. Stay tuned!

Suasion – “House of Cards”

Suasion is a rising cinematic electronic metalcore outfit with modern alt-rock arena flair from Belgium. Check out their single “House of Cards” below.

We’ll be back next week with new discoveries! Stay tuned!

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