Artist info

Genre

Metal


Sounds like

Architects, Bring Me The Horizon, Northlane, Polaris, Fit For A King, In Hearts Wake, Void Of Vision


band members

Scott Willis - Vocals, Michael Ryan - Guitar/Vocals, Nik Sudweeks - Drums,


Influences

Architects, Bring Me The Horizon, Northlane, Polaris, Fit For A King, In Hearts Wake, Void Of Vision


Website

www.univsband.com

Bio

UNI/VS formed in early 2017 and hit the ground running off the back of their debut EP ‘Deaths Door’ with a cheeky follow up single 'Upside down' in DEC 2017. Playing regular shows within the local Brisbane scene with international bands such as, The Acacia strain, Stick to your guns, Kublai khan, Being as an ocean, Come back kid, Silverstein and homegrown talent such as Dream on dreamer, Sienna skies, Earth caller, Ocean sleeper, Bellhaven, The Brave, Stepson, Young lions and many more. UNI/VS’s fan base has grown rapidly over the first year as we look to reach new heights and establish a foothold within the Australian music industry.

UNI/VS 2018 release 'Smile' EP is about to drop but, for now check out The first single 'Smile' off the EP.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Nov 2018

Triple J
40

this/effin/rules.

this/effin/rules.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

03 Nov 2018

Triple J
45

Every time I play this track it makes me jump at the very start! haha I fucking love it! I'm still new to metal but, I love how you play the dynamics through out, I think it gives the tune depth and all the heavy parts are finely executed with rhythmic prowess.

Every time I play this track it makes me jump at the very start! haha I fucking love it! I'm still new to metal but, I love how you play the dynamics through out, I think it gives the tune depth and all the heavy parts are finely executed with rhythmic prowess.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

31 Oct 2018

Triple J
45

Technical sharpness, thundering sub-bass drops married under caustic vocals. Hearing plenty of the 'sounds like' that you've listed, from architects to Northlane to BMTH.

Technical sharpness, thundering sub-bass drops married under caustic vocals. Hearing plenty of the 'sounds like' that you've listed, from architects to Northlane to BMTH.