Prime Circle Reveal Video for New Single “Innocence”

(Photo Credit – Daniel Craig Johnson / DCJ Art Studio) South African rock giants Prime Circle have released the video for Innocence, the 3rd single taken from their latest album If You Don’t You Never Will. Filmed on location at Turbine Hall in Newtown and the Brazenhead Irish Pub in Lonehill. Prime Circle is regarded…

Mad God Unveil the Artwork for Grotesque and Inexorable

  Johannesburg’s harbingers of sludgy doom metal Mad God have unveiled the artwork for their second album Grotesque and Inexorable. The album is set for release on the 2nd November 2018 on CD and all digital platforms. Vocalist and guitarist Tim Harbour comments on the idea behind the cover “The art for the new Mad…

BACKCAPWOODS Unveils new album As a Matter of Matter

Cape Town based electronic musician, producer and DJ, Backcapwoods (Matt Ilbury) has just released his second full length album As a Matter of Matter. Over the course of 19 tracks, the album explores everything from 4/4 inspired house grooves, topped with messed-up breaks and squelchy synths to hyperactive poppy maximalism and everything in between. With…

South Africa’s Son of Hawk Release Self-titled Debut Album

Hailing from the sleepy little surfing town of Jeffery’s Bay, Son of Hawk release their self-titled debut album today (3rd August). 12 tacks of no nonsense groove rock and featuring special guest appearances from some of South Africa’s rock royalty such as Albert Frost, Andre Kriel (The Black Cat Bones), Jaco Mans (Tidal Waves, Die…

Chaos Doctrine Unleash Self-Titled Debut Album

  Johannesburg’s industrialized death metal machine Chaos Doctrine release their self-titled debut album today. World renowned magazine Metal Hammer recently had the following to say about the album; “These South African bruisers certainly aren’t afraid to throw caution to the wind with histrionics and epic structures aplenty”. Vocalist Dr D comments about the lengthy process…

Dirty Moonshine Deliver Debut Album “Bottom of the Barrel”

Today (27th July) sees the release of Bottom of the Barrel, the debut album from Johannesburg’s whiskey-swilling, cigarette-toting, blues-swinging, rock ‘n rollers Dirty Moonshine. Bassist Dave Freedman comments; “It’s been a long and interesting road to complete our debut album. From dead bodies being found outside the studio to absolute giggle fits in the studio.…