Ticx review of sold-out New Year Revolution show!

Calum McMillan writing for Ticx says about Verse Metrics that “there’s a whole lot to like if you want your music thought provoking”

The review of the sold-out show also sees praise for Nothing Universe, Toy Mountains and Halo Tora as well as the hosts for the evening King Tuts Wah Wah Hut.

To read the full review and see photos click here

Check out the official hashtag for the festival #KTNYR16 on Instagram and Twitter

Studio Photos – December 2015

Photos taken during the recording session at Chem 19 in December 2015.



Verse Metrics welcome Kevin O’Hagan

After losing one bassist to Fatherhood… and another to Ice Hockey, Whiskey and Dogs… Verse Metrics are proud to the announce the appointment of lifetime friend Kevin O’Hagan to the apparently cursed role of Verse Metrics’ bassist.


New Years Revolution

Tickets are now available online for Verse Metrics live at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on January 15th with Halo Tora, Toy Mountains and Nothing Universe. This will be the second appearance at the festival for the Glasgow math/indie foursome. Go on, it’ll be worth the fiver just to see John Niblock’s DJ face as VASA are in charge of the decks for the evening. We’re told it’s like his bass face turned up to 11.5



In the studio

Verse Metrics are back in the studio recording a new EP for release in 2016. Renewing the trusted partnership with Jamie Savage at Chem 19 Studios, four new tracks are on the way

Verse Metrics live at King Tuts!

Delighted to announce that Verse Metrics will be playing with the lovely instrumentalists Mountains Under Oceans at the launch of their latest EP.

Tickets are available over at BigCartel for a discounted price:


Sleep Like a Logarithm




[box]Listen to a free stream of ‘Logarithms’ by Verse Metrics until Friday 1st March! If you like it, you can buy the EP on >>BANDCAMP<<  or better still… come to the show at >>The Electric Circus, Edinburgh<< on that day.

Verse Metrics are also appearing at the >>Brew At The Bog<< festival in May in an outstanding lineup of emerging Scottish musicians.[/box]



Verse Metrics in January’s Prog Magazine

…”a post rock band who really excel at their craft”. Radians has been reviewed in Prog Magazine‘s January 2013 edition.  Verse Metrics are compared to Vessels, Pure Reason Revolution, Mogwai, Twilight Sad, I Concur and Meursault in the same review… the full version is below.

Verse Metrics - Prog - Review

‘exquisite musicianship with very little give or room for breath’ – Ravechild review Radians

Chris Kelman reviews Verse Metrics recent Radians EP for Glasgow blog Ravechild….

[box]‘Algorithms’ is built around wave after wave of intense flooding guitars, every stroke that bit more fluorescent with intent.

If ‘Algorithms’ is based on intensifying guitars, then ‘Semaphore’ hones itself off of haunting and seeping vocals.

‘Aches’ bends differently altogether, taking the simmering vocals and hammering them through a wall of blending guitars and bass.

There are small hints of Mogwai to be found on ‘Aches’, a charismatic blend of grandeur and rawness grates together to create something epic and diverse.

It is closing track ‘Logarithms’ that ties up the whole package beautifully.[/box]

Please click here for the full thing