After the success of their first year, RADAR Festival is back at Casino in Guildford for another two days of some of the world's most loved and newest contemporary progressive rock and metal bands, playing across two stages with no clashes.
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Formed in 2009, Dirty Loops is a Swedish power trio that twists pop music in a way never done before.
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Singer and guitar virtuoso from Sydney, Australia. After years tucked away creating bedroom epics, Plini has emerged as a living and breathing musical entity. Experience a wild ride that will stir happiness in the heart of any fan of guitar playing, prog, metal, fusion or post-rock.
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Toska are a progressive instrumental 3 piece from Brighton consisting of Rabea Massaad - guitar, Dave Hollingworth - bass and Ben Minal - drums.
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Humanity's Last Breath
'Evil' metal from Sweden!
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Milton Keynes five-piece Hacktivist take their name from a term used to describe activists who, through computers, spread political messages. Primarily known as a metal band who blend their heavy sounds with rap, strangely frontman J Hurley came from a grime background and had absolutely no knowledge of the metal scene. The end result is a sound containing all the monstrous riffs and heavy beats you would expect from a metal gig, but combined with the energy and vibes of a grime or hip-hop show. People are already saying Hacktivist have the same dance/rock crossover potential as that of the Prodigy.
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The Physics House Band
A Brighton instrumental space/math rock trio, who incorporate elements of 70s jazz fusion and electronica.
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Time The Valuator
German five-piece blending Alternative Rock, Pop, Metal, Jazz and Ambient.
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London 6-piece creating an epic journey into the realm of progressive sound. The UK's PROG Magazine describes them as "one of the brightest young bands in the progressive sphere right now."
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Led by the dual vocal/guitar attack of Dan Nightingale and Brady Deeprose, Conjurer are a band who are already attracting attention from the metal press and industry. The band have an impressive touring history, despite still being at the very beginning of their journey. Tours with Weedeater, OHHMS, shows with Employed To Serve, Venom Prison, Oathbreaker, and festival appearances at Bloodstock Open Air, Damnation Fest, UK Tech Fest, Doom Over London and more besides place Conjurer in rarefied but highly deserved company.
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In the last few years, Australia's Voyager have attained what can only be described as a worldwide cult following. Hailed as "one of the most original and daring groups on planet", the band has battled geographical isolation to tour Europe and share stages with diverse acts like Nightwish, Steve Vai, Soilwork and Alestorm. The band's loyal international fanbase has praised its incredibly catchy songwriting and compared its sound to a mixture of Amorphis' thirst for melody, Soilwork's heaviness and the crystal vocal clarity of A-HA's Morton Harket.
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German progressive metal five-piece. Unprocessed's sound features insanely fast palm muted, chugged guitar-riffs and shredding solos that meet soundscapes from another dimension, guttural vocals that are contrasted by lucid and melodic clean singing. A sharp bass tone and groovy, yet detail oriented drum-lines form a massive rhythm section and complete the bands overall sound. This mixture shows that this young band is ready to conquer the scene.
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Woking five piece play loud, heavy, hard and fast.
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Toronto melodic rock guitarist.
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Jakub Zytecki, David Maxim Micic, I Built The Sky, Hypophora, Tiberius
- Corner House
- Onslow Street
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