Amplify – Asturias, Spain. If your taste in music has simply existed on the periphery of European Skate Punk until now, then the words, Amplify – Deadlines are beckoning you to fully indulge. To indulge into a scene that has seen an exponential rise in both skill and blistering pace in these recent fast times.
Drunktank – The Hague, The Netherlands. ‘From five to six to four again, we’ve changed along the way’ Drunktank are a band fond of three things, 90’s Skate Punk, 80’s Metal and beer. Their latest album boasts two of those and can be suggested to imply the consumption of the third if you are so
HavenHurst – Montreal, Québec, Canada. Hailing from the city of Montreal in Canada, it is safe to bluntly describe the four-piece known as HavenHurst as ambitious, determined and technically proficient, with the band’s third release, Grounded, only perpetuating such a straightforward labelling. In short, the band adore melody but juxtapose this prominent love with a
Layman’s Terms – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Layman’s Terms are a determined band to say the least and their most recent EP – An Invite To The End is perhaps one of the most relentless Punk-Rock EPs of the past year. In total it is the second offering from Layman’s Terms but the only one that
Complete! – Ivano Frankivsk, Ukraine. The European Punk-Rock scene is perhaps the strongest it’s been in recent history. It joins a global scene only getting stronger in the face of the far-right, auto-tune and the closing of venues but also certain powerful elderly meat-heads and despotic orange maniacs. I’ll let you wonder who I’m referring
Apathy & Exhaustion x Ear Nutrition. In the interest of either alphabetical order or maybe even a little politeness, Mr. Tony Maher will begin this list of ten modern Punk songs that will pique your interest towards the bands talking the talk and walking the walk, cementing them in your rotations. Enjoy! – Apathy &
One Hidden Frame – Lappeenranta, Finland. Just a note before we begin – I spent quite some time pondering on what would be the first piece of published written work on Ear Nutrition. The process of setting the site up hit some snags and took quite some time but it was worth the stress and setbacks.