Seattle, WA-based dreamy, psychedelic garage-pop trio, Something Witchy, are debuting the new video for their song “Feeler”.
Rising UK rockers The Alibi are premiering their new video for “No Solution” right here. Check out this video from the highly-rated newcomers right here…
Folk-metal band Serpentyne are preparing for their new album, The Serpent’s Kiss with the premier of their new video, “Helen Of Troy” here.
Scottish alt-rockers Paws have premiered their autumnal video for “Sore Tummy” online (featugin guest vocals by Alice Costelloe of Big Deal) – watch it below now. The band also announced its first run of U.S. tour dates, and is confirmed to play this year’s SXSW music festival. Full U.S./UK tour dates below.
In this exclusive world premiere we bring you not only a song stream, but also a short, cinematic masterpiece. The video is in fact a short film by Emir Togrul (the creative force behind Yayla) and features the track “Integumental Grasp” from the upcoming Yayla album Nihaihayat. The video, which boasts a “short” title, is called “Integumental Grasp Through The Sigil Of Hate; Immortalizing The Nine Disguises Of Evil In Senility,” and is all of the album’s song titles strung together. The creative genius and emotional power behind Yayla is more than apparent in both this video and song; get ready for the album release!
In preparation for next week’s release of their sophomore album ‘Holy Shit’, Living With Lions has two online premieres available for their fans this week. Holy Shit is available to stream in its entirety on First Spin on MuchMusic.com. “Honesty, Honestly,” the first video from ‘Holy Shit’ is available HERE and has been added to heavy rotation on MuchLoud, the rock-format sister station to MuchMusic.
Vancouver punk act Living With Lions is set to release their sophomore album, ‘Holy Shit’, on May 17 via Adeline Records. The provocatively titled album embraces the vivacity of punk rock and features anthems of regret, frustration, longing, and triumph. The music video for “Honesty, Honestly” premieres today on Alternative Press TV.
Building on the momentum of their critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘American Tragedy’, which reached as high as number 4 on the Billboard Charts, Hollywood Undead have announced the return of Radio Undead.
Sweden’s uncompromising extreme metal act Arch Enemy has teamed up with MetalSucks.net to debut a brand new track “Bloodstained Cross” from the band’s forthcoming record ‘Khaos Legions’. Head HERE this weekend to stream the exclusive track as Arch Enemy gears up for the release of its ninth studio album next month.
The Dear Hunter has released a new video exclusively on their official website and social networking pages, which can also be seen on Triple Crown Records’. Shot in Providence, RI at Strangeways Recording, it gives fans a glimpse of the making of the ‘Orange’ EP from the band’s forthcoming epic 9-EP collection, ‘The Color Spectrum’, which features Brendan Brown from The Receiving End of Sirens sitting in on bass guitar. You can view this video below.
Watch the band’s first video “Can’t Keep My Hands Off You” from their forthcoming album on April 18th at Noon est on AOL or for Canadians MuchMusic or MusiqePlus. You can also watch below to check out the video for “Can’t Keep My Hands Off You”.
You can watch two new live videos of The New Regime at Purevolume. The two tracks include the anthemic hard rock of “State Of Possession” and the more ethereal experimentation of “What Brings Us Down”. These videos showcase Rubin’s chops in a live setting, proving his talents extend far beyond the studio.
Rising Michigan black metal act, Winterus, has partnered up with MetalInjection.net to debut the music video for “Harmonious”, the first single from Winterus’s forthcoming album, ‘In Carbon Mysticism’. The video was directed by Stephen Richmond, and attempts to capture the natural emotion that permeates throughout the track. It can be seen online now HERE.
Internationally established thrash metal band Indestructible Noise Command is pleased to announce that MTV.com is currently spinning their music video for “God Loves Violence”. Head to this link to view the video at MTV.com.