Blue Rodeo is on the verge of releasing their new album In Our Nature (October 29th) and we’re happy to share this premiere of their new video for the songs “New Morning Sun” and “Mattawa”. When award winning director Chris Mills was asked to film a video for the first single from Blue Rodeo’s new album he was given the task to come up with something unique that incorporated two of the albums songs, “New Morning Sun” and “Mattawa.” Instead, what he delivered was an extraordinary film that incorporated most of the music from ‘In Our Nature’. “After spending close time with the band, shooting and rehearsing all these great songs,” says Mills, “The idea developed to try to make a video that encapsulated the feel for the ALBUM rather than just the songs. I shared this with the team, and was encouraged to ‘run with it.'”

Taken from the album The Road Of Awareness, this exclusive world premiere of the bludgeoning video for the song “Extispicium” features Portugal’s We Are Killing Ourselves (or WAKO for short) doing what they do best… playing live and brain-bashing audiences with their auditory assault! The video was produced by the band and features live footage provided by Rockline Tribe. Feast your eyes (and ears) on the metal mayhem that is WAKO!

In conjunction with the release of Cannibal Corpse’s fourth DVD “Global Evisceration” on March 15, Metal Blade Records has teamed up with BlankTV to debut the next teaser clip featuring part of a live performance of the track Stripped, Raped, and Strangled. “Global Evisceration” was shot and edited by director Denise Korycki (Wild Wind Productions) who also shot and directed “Centuries of Torment – The First 20 Years” in addition to DVD’s for bands like As I Lay Dying…

Bloody-Disgusting.com is hosting an exclusive premiere of the track “Fracture” from Clandestine’s debut album ‘The Invalid’. The album will be out on February 15th on Nightmare Records. Guitarist Dan Durakovich said the following about “Fracture”: “What’s up Bloody Disgusting? ‘Fracture’ is one of our favourite songs to play so we’re happy to give you and your readers the chance to check it out first.”