Wings of Pegasus soar with new rock track ‘That’s Metal (To My Ears)’

  • Single from debut album ‘Persistence’ out May 10th
  • Raising money for Cancer Research UK through the ‘Make Chart History’ Campaign 

Hard rock with an 80s twist inspired by the likes of Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Dokken and more, Wings of Pegasus are a rock band with a big sound and a fresh approach to the music industry. With new single ‘That’s Metal (To My Ears)’ due in May, the band are running a campaign called ‘Make Chart History’, aiming to take the independent release to the very top of the charts, all the while donating the proceeds to Cancer Research UK.

Hoping to whip up a groundswell of support, songwriter Fil Henley is working hard to spread the word on the campaign as well as the single itself – an independently produced homage to old 80’s bands with big hair and screeching guitar solos. Designed to encourage listeners to dust off the air guitar, it’s great fun and the most light hearted track on the ‘Persistence’ album, which is out now.


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Reverted release preview of new music video for single ‘Die my Saint’

Reverted have released a preview for their upcoming music video for the track ‘Die My Saint’. The track is taken from their debut album ‘Sputter the Worms’.

Since supporting American Head Charge at their London gig in June, Reverted have been making waves in the UK metal scene.

Reverted raised the bar with the production of the video, hiring actors and visiting several different locations to develop the videos main story line. The video is part story part performance.

‘Die my Saint’ is out 1st September.



Neuronspoiler – “Take The Stage”


Taken from their most recent album Emergence (2013) the single was created by the then newest member of the band, Dave Shirman. He came up with all of the music for this track almost entirely as it appears on the album and JR wrote the lyrics and melodies in a matter of days.

Neuronspoiler have recently massively gained in popularity having been praised by the likes of Herman Li (Dragonforce), Steve Harris (Iron Maiden) and Dennis Stratton (ex-Iron Maiden) who actually said he wanted to break David del Cid’s fingers because he would put him out of a job!

The legendary rock and metal journalist Malcolm Dome has also praised the band, he recently put them in a list of bands which could transform your life in the next 12 months, and said of them that “they can really play” and that “there are truly rich passages of guitar interplay” in their music.





PseudoNympho – Accident Of Birth

The lead single from the upcoming album Eponym, ‘Accident of Birth’ is a dialogue between the person that makes consumer goods and the person that buys them. Worlds apart, they try to decipher and explain their disparate existences that are entirely out of their control, as the title suggests.