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Northern California’s punishing extreme metal act, All Shall Perish, has premiered a new music video for “There Is Nothing Left,” taken from the band’s fourth studio album, ‘This Is Where It Ends’. Head below to see the first music video from ‘This Is Where It Ends’, directed by David Brodsky at MyGoodEye. Some behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot can also be seen below.

To date, Double Live is by far my favorite DVD release from Eagle Rock Entertainment. As a huge Twisted Sister fan I found this package to be utterly fantastic. It’s a two disc set featuring two performances filmed 19 years apart. It also includes interviews with the band discussing their reunion as well as the personal impact the events of 9/11 had on the members. I’ve seen the band live countless times and while nothing can replace attending a concert itself, this DVD comes damn close at capturing the passion and intensity of a Twisted Sister show.

“Drown,” the companion video to Carolina Liar’s brand-new single, is premiering below. “Drown” is the lead track from Carolina Liar’s highly anticipated new album, ‘Wild Blessed Freedom’, in stores September 27th. The disc was recorded with producers Max Martin (Katy Perry, Avril Lavigne, Pink), Shellback (Usher, Ke$ha) and Tobias Karlsson at Maratone Studios in Stockholm and Thunderhoney Studios in Los Angeles.

DecibelMagazine and Immolation have teamed up to premiere the brand new music video for the track, “A Glorious Epoch,” taken from the band’s 2010 Nuclear Blast Records release, ‘Majesty And Decay’. With the help Scion A/V and the company’s continued support of talented musicians and filmmakers, the American death metal act delivers “A Glorious Epoch” in true form, no gimmicks, exclusively HERE, directed by Tommy Jones.

Following the release of their critically acclaimed ‘Derealization’ EP (out now on Threespheres / Ernest Jenning), New York duo The Forms have premiered the video for new song “Fire To The Ground” (featuring Matt Berninger of The National). Directed by Chunwoo Kae and Ryan Demler of Neuefilms (whose work also includes videos for Surfer Blood and Freelance Whales) the video was filmed on Minetta Lane in Greenwich Village and features both Forms bandmates in the opening shot.

Produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Flyleaf) and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge (Green Day, Paramore, Switchfoot), ‘Damage’ marks the Atlantic debut of one of America’s hardest-rocking bands. From the heavy, husky grooves of “Get Paid,” and “Put Down The Drink” to the metallic punch of “Original Sin” and the ringing dynamics of “Don’t Forget About Me,” the album reveals Emphatic as a remarkable rock outfit with both rare vision and abundant, aggressive energy.

Delain began as a two member project (Charlotte Wessels and Martijn Westerholt) and after a successful first album, Lucidity, which featured many guests (Liv Kristine, Sharon Den Adel, Jan Yrlund, etc.) the duo decided to take Delain to the next level, a full touring band. Following this decision Delain recruited three official members and recorded their debut album April Rain.

One full week into our Canadian tour, and we’ve already endured a wide spectrum of problems, setbacks, and shows good and bad. Thankfully, the tour consists of some of if not the best people you can be around to make up for those moments where you start to lose sight of the greater aspects of playing music around the world. The bands have already formed a fairly strong bond, as bands only can when they face the same problems together.