Posts Tagged ‘Music Video’

Josh Todd & the Conflict

Josh Todd & the Conflict, featuring Buckcherry members Josh Todd (vocals) and Stevie D. (guitar), have unveiled thenew music video for the title track off their debut album, Year of the Tiger, due Sept. 15 on Century Media Records.

The clip, directed by theChris Cuffaro (Pearl Jam, George Michael), is the first of three videos shot as a mini-concert this past May in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles. The other two videos will be released over the next few months. See below to check out the new video and access the pre-order links for the new album. The band will be touring worldwide throughout 2017/2018. (more…)


Fozzy has unleashed “Judas,” the first single from its forthcoming seventh studio record. In addition, the song will serve as the official theme for the WWE event NXT Takeover: Chicago on May 20.

Fozzy frontman and WWE Legend Chris Jericho offered his take on the “Judas” music video, saying, “For such a dark and sexy song like ‘Judas’, we wanted a dark and sexy video to match … and we got that and more! In one take, we filmed a unique, visually stunning masterpiece that combines an incredible song, psycho clowns, hot chicks, a man on fire and a great rock ‘n’ roll band, all in one tasty video morsel. What more could you want … a giant rabbit holding balloons? Oh yeah, we’ve got that, too!” (more…)

Wednesday 13 has revealed the video for “What the Night Brings,” the first track taken from his forthcoming album, Condolences. The album will be released June 2 on his new record label home—Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

The track is now available at iTunes, Amazon and all good DSPs. Fans can pre-order Condolences in an array of digital and physical formats, including a few limited-run, colored vinyl versions, here.

“I’m really excited to unveil the new video for ‘What the Night Brings,’ the first track from our upcoming album, Condolences,” Wednesday 13 said“It kicks off our new album and really sets the tone for the rest of it. We worked on the video with director Matt Zane (Society One), and he really helped bring a spooky vibe. The song reminds me of a heavy metal version of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ theme.” (more…)

After returning from a triumphant run throughout South America and right before embarking on some shows with labelmates Arch Enemy and The Haunted, Lacuna Coil has released a new video for one of its crowd favorites, “Blood, Tears, Dust.” The video was directed and edited by Cosimo Alemà, and produced by the production company Borotalco.

“Right now I can’t tell you everything about ‘Blood, Tears, Dust,’ as this video is part of something bigger,” said vocalist Cristina Scabbia. “This is the core of who we are as a band: the sweat, the dirt, the raw energy. It’s our insanity and all of us feeling comfortable with it. I love how by Cosimo Alemà filmed this. The photography, the colors and the hints in the story are perfectly placed, and it is the first time we are really ‘acting.’ This video is only a part of a much bigger plan. .. Stay tuned. Hope you enjoy this video as much as I do!” (more…)

Gojira has debuted the official music video for “The Cell,” which is featured on its critically adored new LP, Magma. The video, directed by Drew Cox, sees Gojira delivering a pummeling, dynamic performance captured by a thermal-imaging camera. The official video for “The Cell” is streaming now on Gojira’s YouTube channel. (more…)

Seether (Photo by Marina Chavez)

Seether, (Shaun Morgan—vocals/guitar; Dale Stewart—bass/vocals; and John Humphrey—drums) will return on May 12 with its seventh full-length studio album, titled Poison the Parish. It will he first release via Morgan’s new label imprint, Canine Riot Records.

The album’s lead single “Let You Down,” premiered yesterday, and its horror-inspired video was unveiled today. (more…)



The Las Vegas-based Invidia has unleashed the music video for “Feed the Fire,” the second single from the band’s forthcoming record, As the Sun Sleeps, set for release March 31 via SPV Records.

Fans may recognize vocalist Travis Johnson as the bassist from in In This Moment, as well as bassist Matt Snell as a former member of Five Finger Death Punch. Guitarists Brian Jackson and and Marcos Medina have worked together in Skinlab. (more…)

September Mourning

The dark alternative, hard rock transmedia project September Mourning has released its official music video for “20 Below,” from its debut full-length album, Volume II, which is out now on Sumerian Records. “20 Below” follows the continuing story of human-reaper hybrid September through parallel story lines as she is pursued between two worlds.

“’20 Below’ is about ending the cycle of abuse within our own lives, whether it’s self inflicted or from an outside source,” September said. “We’ve all had those relationships where someone has gotten close to us, abuses us in some way … knocks us down so hard it diminishes our self-esteem. (more…)

Zakk Wylde

Guitar icon Zakk Wylde has debuted the music video for “Lost Prayer,” from his latest solo album, Book of Shadows II. Directed by longtime collaborator Justin Reich, it is the second video from BOSII.

Last summer, Wylde released the “Sleeping Dogs” video, featuring Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor. That track has become the most successful active rock radio single of Wylde’s career, reaching number 15 in the U.S. and number five in Canada. (more…)



Gojira has debuted the official music video for “The Shooting Star.” Taken from its new album Magma, “The Shooting Star” and its music video are streaming now on Gojira’s official YouTube channel and is available to view below. The video was directed and animated by Markus Hofko (

This past summer, Gojira returned with its widely acclaimed new LP, Magma, to take the number one spot on Billboard‘s Hard Rock Albums chart, making it the first French band to hold that spot on the chart in its nine-year existence. The release of Magma marked the highest chart debuts of Gojira’s career, landing at number four on Billboard‘s Top Rock Albums chart, number sic on Billboard‘s Tastemaker Albums chart and top 25 on the Billboard 200. Furthermore, Gojira earned career high chart positions around the globe, including the top 10 in France, Canada, Switzerland, Austria, Finland and Norway, and top 15 debuts in Australia and Germany. (more…)

Roadrunner Records group KING 810 has released a second track from its forthcoming album, La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God. The video for “Alpha & Omega” was conceptualized and directed by KING 810 frontman David Gunn and filmed in an abandoned church in Detroit, Michigan. Watch it video below.

La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God, KING 810’s follow-up to its 2014 debut LP, Memoirs of a Murderer, is set to arrive on Sept. 16.  The album is available for pre-order in physical bundles via and digitally at all DSPs. All digital pre-orders will receive instant downloads of the album’s first single, “I Ain’t Goin Back Again,” and “Alpha & Omega.”

Edsel Dope of Dope

Edsel Dope of Dope

Dope has released the official music video for the title track of its upcoming sixth studio album, Blood Money Part 1. The album officially hits streets on Oct. 28 via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music). Fans can pre-order the record, along with a plethora of bundle packages, meet-and-greets and exclusive new merch designs at

“It’s been a long time coming, and I’m very happy with how the new album came out,” said Edsel Dope. “I’m super excited for fans to hear the entire record and for us to get out there on tour and feed off of each other’s energy.”