US heavy outfit Invent Animate are riding a dual wave of success, Fresh from signing with UNFD, the band have also recently released their three track EP The Sun Sleeps, As If It Never Was, a powerful exploration on the ricochet effect of trauma and addiction based on life experiences of drummer Trey Celaya. Celaya […] …Continue Reading

Out of a year of live music misery, one shining beacon of hope was the recent announcement that UNIFY is planning on holding their annual concert next year from January 20 to 23 at Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland. The all – Australian lineup is already impressive after just the first announcement, with The Amity Affliction […] …Continue Reading

New Zealand-natives Banks Arcade are the fresh dose of modern heavy this side of the ditch called for. Darting between elements of hard rock, electro and metalcore, lovers of names like Northlane, The Prodigy and SAINt JHN will hear licks of this influence across the BA catalogue. As of 2021, the band are now stationed […] …Continue Reading

Fresh from a string of US signings including Hollow Front, Vatican, Sleep Waker and Moodring, UNFD is now pleased to welcome fellow US heavy mainstays Invent Animate to the roster.  The signing news is bolstered by the announcement of the band’s new EP The Sun Sleeps, As If It Never Was and the reveal of its first single The Sun Sleeps.  Out in full September 23, […] …Continue Reading

 
Melbourne metalcore risers Drown This City release their earth-shattering EP Colours We Won’t Know today via UNFD.
 
Following their earlier music video for single “New Burn Order“, the band are celebrating today’s release with the reveal of a music video for EP standout “Carbon14”.
 
“Carbon14” was written lyrically by DTC bassist/vocalist Toby Thomas, who shares that the track is a comparison between carbon isotope (or, Carbon 14) and himself – where the former is an atom known for being in a constant state of decay, Thomas describes how he has often felt this way in relation to his mental health journey.
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Sleep Waker — comprising guitarists Jake Impellizzeri and Jason Caudill, vocalist Hunter Courtright, drummer Frankie Mish, and bassist Aaron Lutas — are the latest act to sign with UNFD.
 
The Grand Rapids, Michigan-based band will release their second album Alias, serving as a label debut, on Friday, July 23.
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Melbourne metalcore outfit Drown This City have announced their new EP Colours We Won’t Know will be released on Friday May 28 via UNFD.
 
Following their new single and video “New Burn Order” last month, the band are following up with a fierce new cut from the EP titled “Borderline Existence”.
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UNFD is pleased to welcome Savannah metal-outfit Vatican to the family as its latest signing, who join the likes of Silverstein, Stray From The Path, ERRA, Frank Iero, and more on the label’s roster.
After developing a name for themselves and garnering press praise from Revolver, Kerrang!, New Noise, and more with 2019’s full-length Sole Impulse, the five-piece are now storming out of the gates hard with their new double-single effort “Become A New God“.
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UK grime-metal quintet Hacktivist have announced their eagerly anticipated new album, Hyperdialect, due for release on Friday June 18 via UNFD.
 
The announcement comes alongside the release of a video for their brand new single “Planet Zero” which can be viewed below:
 

 
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American metal outfit ERRA are preparing to drop their fifth, self-titled release, amid a wave of publicity and expectation that is justified by the overall sonic appeal of the album.
 
As ERRA’s fortunes have risen through the years the public has been able to connect with a visceral and ever-progressing side of…Continue Reading