More Than Most
'More Than Most' began life following the disbandment of Leandro
Leonardi (guitar) and Mokhtar Saib's (bass guitar) previous project
'Outsiders' in early 2013. The vision was simple - Create meaningful,
relatable music, with the energy and power to excite live audiences,
but also the subtle detail and atmosphere to enjoy at home.
A few bedroom demo tracks later - they started hunting for members to
complete the lineup of the project and take it forward to the next
The first port of call in this department was Daniel Allan (guitar),
who had worked with both Leandro and Mokhtar in a project a couple of
years earlier. They knew Daniel would share the same vision for the
project, and having known each other for several years, together they
would form the core of 'More Than Most?.
In Crowed Skies
In Crowded Skies are an unsigned rock band based in Kent, England.
Formed in 2013 after years of experience in previous bands, In Crowded
Skies consists of Pete Herbert (After The Ordeal), Shaun Taylor,
Matthew Downes (Left Of The Right Side) and Luke Martin.
Driven by a passion for music and influenced by bands such as Coheed
And Cambria & Circa Survive, In Crowded Skies draw from a range of
genres to create music that is catchy with an interestingly
The band released their debut EP "...What Happens Now?" in May.
Circle Of Reason
This is truly hard hitting material for a debut EP! Big Cheese Magazine
"5 Assured and and sincere tracks, Loud and forceful with fearless
intervals of beauty, it's an organic collection of alternative, prog
infused tracks that seem like a rare jewel in today's rock crown"
'one of the most thrilling emerging bands in UK rock and with you feel
so much more to come. Really it's hard not to be excited about this
Forming in 2011, Circle Of Reason are a 4 piece
prog-fused/alt/hard-rock band hailing from the South West of England.
Drawing upon a wide range of influences from the likes of Smashing
Pumpkins, Deftones, Biffy Clyro, Muse and QOTSA, yet retaining their
own unique and diverse twist of alternative hard rock, Circle of
Reason are recognised for their hard hitting riffs, soaring choruses,
intricate song arrangements and impressive versatility in their
songcraft and musicianship. Pulling listeners into a journey from
beautifully melancholic to the depths of metal-edged hard rock, the
band deliver a musical twist that appeals to a wide audience of rock