Since I last wrote a post like this in May, a whole host of new, incredible singles have been released. Here’s my run down of the best of the bunch.
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes – Juggernauts
After Pure Love went on indefinite hiatus, I had no idea what to do with myself knowing there would be no new music by Frank Carter in the world. Thankfully, his latest band has set things straight.
Slipknot – Killpop
Killpop is Slipknot’s latest single from their fifth album, The Gray Chapter. You can read my review of that incredible album here. Killpop was one of my highlights of the album, so I’m glad they’ve released it as a single and produced another of their creepy videos to go with it.
Have Mercy – Two Years
Have Mercy’s latest track from their new album A Place Of Our Own is a great track which tugs at the heartstrings. I really like the combination of quieter, almost mumbled verses with the raw, powerful choruses.
Refused – Dawkins Christ
Following on from Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes’ latest track, June is turning out to be a great month for lovers of heavier songs. The introduction to this song has a great atmosphere.
Nothing But Thieves – Trip Switch
I absolutely loved Nothing But Thieves’ previous track, Itch, and Trip Switch is just as good. I also have a weakness for videos made up of clips from vintage films, so this video was right up my street.
You’re A Germ – Wolf Alice
I also have a weakness for female vocalists in alternative/rock bands, so if you do to, Wolf Alice are a safe bet. I like how this track starts off slow, then surprises you with screeching guitar and crashing cymbals.