New music alert!

There are so many great bands releasing exceptional music at the moment, and in most cases, a really unique and inventive video to accompany their singles.

Slightly older track, but new to my radar is Aphasia by  Suldusk.  One woman, blackened neo folk music is a bit of a mouthful, and honestly not something I thought I’d like, but this track is awesome.

The awesome Japam have released the second single off their almighty Sickboy Ep today.  Sickboy Wants a Hotdog is a fun track, with an equally fun video.  Check it out;

Melbourne melodic metal band The Gloom in the Corner have released their new single Misanthropic.  The song comes off of their EP Flesh and Bones, which will release at the end of May;

Today Rumours have also released a new single and video, their first new music since 2017.  Paralysed is an epic track, that tackles the subject of toxic relationships that you just can’t escape from.  Check it out;

Setmeonfire have released a politically charged and controversial new video for Patterns.  The song by the Sydney band takes aim at American gun culture, which is certainly topical.  Give it a view below;

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  1. […] New music alert! | Noise Pollution. There are so many great bands releasing exceptional music at the moment, and in most cases, a really unique and inventive video to accompany their singles. Slightly older track, but new to my radar is Aphasia by Suldusk. One woman, blackened neo folk music is a bit of a mouthful, and honestly not something I thought I’d like, but this track is awesome. The awesome Japam have released the second single off their almighty Sickboy Ep today. Sickboy Wants a Hotdog is a fun track, with an equally fun video. Check it out; Melbourne melodic metal band The Gloom in the Corner have released their new single Misanthropic. Today Rumours have also released a new single and video, their first new music since 2017. Setmeonfire have released a politically charged and controversial new video for Patterns. […]

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