Here are the best new bands you need to check out this month, as featured in Rock Sound's Breakout section...
This Sydney pop-punk trio are already making a huge claim to be the best new band around. Get ready for debut EP 'Sidewinder', due September 15.
Missing The Summer Set? Frontman Brian Logan Dales is back with his friend Matt Beckley to deliver stone cold hits that sit somewhere between All Time Low and The Gaslight Anthem.
7 MINUTES IN HEAVEN
Writing with Set It Off and taking a page out of State Champs' book of hits, 7 Minutes In Heaven are at the start of something special. Debut EP 'Symmetry' is out September 15.
FOR THE WIN
If huge choruses mixed with breakdowns are your thing - For The Win are an essential listen. New album 'Heavy Thoughts' is due August 25 and is a total winner.
From the ashes of Burning Down Alaska, Germany's ALAZKA blend RnB melodies with all-out mosh. Fan of Issues? Get involved.
Flying out of the traps with a perfect mix of pop-punk, emo and alt.rock on debut album 'Adornment', Philadelphia's Grayscale are making huge waves right now and for very good reason.
Barbed, heavy and unremitting, Kentucky's Knocked Loose have become the most exciting band in hardcore after tearing up Warped Tour all summer. Like stuff heavy? You have to check out this band.
Bringing some seriously heavy vibes through webs of atmospheric melody, Pridelands are another asset to Australia's vibrant music scene.
Supporting The Maine on their upcoming UK tour, California's Night Riots bring a slinky and sultry sensibility to the party. Check out latest album 'Love Gloom'.
Bringing a skate punk pace, post-hardcore screams and hooks, Prague-meets-Liverpool quartet Skywalker are causing an absolute riot on forthcoming EP 'Sugar House'.
After a bit of emo? Get acquainted with this London five-piece. EP 'Where It Fell Apart' is due August 18 and is all about those feels.
Tug those shirts and point those fingers, Northbound's emotional alt.rock packs hooks by the boatload. EP 'The Flaws In Everything' is out now.
Mosh and huge choruses? Vesta Collide have got you covered on debut album 'New Obsession'.