Genre: Death Metal Symphonique / Symphonic Death Metal
Season of Tears is a musical project based on Death and Symphonic Metal. Though the idea of the band was born in 2012, the line-up was completed in 2013 and based on the ability of all members to play multiple instruments; the band has played many live shows, and has won two musical springboards.
Beside their stage activity, the inspiration and perseverance of SoT ensured a perpetual renewal of the compositions played for the audience.
Versatile and energetic, Season of Tears is always looking for events or places to play and to form artistic partnerships.
Genre: Hard Rock
Formed by 16yr old Ben Boswell, (lead Guitarist, songwriter, backing Vocals) at the end of February 2015. Next to join was 16yr old Ben Stocks, (drummer,songwriter). Then 19yr old Adam Brewell (bass guitarist, songwriter). Next to arrive was 21yr old Dale Carline, (rhythm guitarist, songwriter, backing Vocals) . Then finally completed with the arrival of 19yr old Harry Gough (vocalist, songwriter). All members are from the Chesterfield area in Derbyshire.
They’ve had airtime on Peak FM, Acacia Radio & Red Road Radio stations and all their recordings are recorded mixed & mastered by Martin Smith at Mu Studios Sheffield.
With a live energy like few others – and some killer songs to back it up – Return to Rome are quickly becoming known as a Metalcore band to look out for. With radio airplay and thousands of YouTube views already in the bag, the band take their aim at Reading & Leeds, ready to make their explosive debut at the festival.’
– Reading & Leeds Festival 2015
Waverly Lies North was born in 2013, through the Mehay Brothers, Julien and Ed. Waverly Lies North took part in several festivals, and the Headbang Contest in 2015, in which they ended at the third place.
Now, the band gets back in the studio, lead by their new singer, Ani Arzumanyan, to produce their new effort, “Revelation of the Sunstone”, a 9 track concept album.
Mixing metal and movie scores in their universe, Waverly Lies North weaves a world out of melodic and catchy songs. Those new songs encapsulate their natural questioning of the preternatural and the inherent limits of man.