This month there are interviews with the Black Dahlia Murder and A Day To Remember. The Black Dahlia are a band that need no introduction and over the last 8 years have crafter their sound of melodically tinged death metal. In a relatively short space of time Florida's A Day To Remember have worked their way through the ranks to become one of the alternative genre's premier attractions with their unique blend of pop mosh.
The Artists Focus sections features three bands tearing their way through the toilet scenes and up into the minds of a more widescale audience, be sure to read the interviews with Your Demise, My Minds Weapon and Cadence's
The site has undergone some hefty design issues to make it more user friendly and we are using issue two to begin the launch of our Snail Shell Community. We have a new community which you can take full advantage of; talk to other likeminded rock fanatics, post your favourite bands latest news or gigs and above all to have somewhere to return to cater for all your alternative needs. All you have to do is complete the simple registration form which can be found here to start posting today.
In keeping with our interactive themes we thought what better way to get everyone started by opening a debate in this months 'On the Snail Trail.' The focu
It started as a project between three friends to produce a website catering for the alternative music community. This original idea had been in conception for the latter half of 2008, it since has grown into so much more than we could have ever imagined and that was before we even launched it! Now with it online well let the site speak for itself. That doesnt mean what you see now is the way it will stay, we aim to continually evolve and maintain our premise of helping the best in unsigned talent. Over the next few months stick with us for some big changes and better updates.
We wanted to speak to those in the know and the peopl