Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Not one, but two tracks, “Now We Die” and the album version of “Killers & Kings” have leaked from Machine Head’s upcoming album, Bloodstone & Diamonds (Nov. 10, Nuclear Blast Entertainment) via an iTunes UK Pre-Order page. “Now We Die” can be streamed inside. Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn provided an explanation of the leaked tracks and how the band was going to handle it in his “THE GENERAL JOURNALS: DIARY OF A FRONTMAN… AND OTHER RAMBLINGS” blog which can be found on the band’s official website. (more…)

Fresh off it’s much-talked about run on this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem festival (view live photos here), everyone’s 1st or 2nd favorite mask-donning nu-metalheads (depending on who you ask) have released a new, disturbing video for “Out of My Mind,” the lead track from its new album, The Righteous & The Butterfly. The band is also set to headline the Shockfest Tour with Insane Clown Posse in what will likely contain the most eclectic collection of misfits in terms of fan base and artists. The Shockfest Tour will make its way throughout the U.S. this fall. Watch the new video and view tour dates inside. (more…)

Asking Alexandria have come a long way in a short amount of time. And I’m not just talking about the trip over from the U.K. I wasn’t too impressed with the band and their live performance going back to Warped Tour 2011, but in the time since they’ve released their excellent third album, combining metalcore and melodic rock on 2013’s From Death To Destiny (In fact, I liked it so much I bought the 2LP Vinyl version), and most recently they had their biggest break to date, playing the main stage on the 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. One of the standout songs from their set was the power ballad, “Moving On” and now the band has released an official video of the track. Check it out inside. (more…)

Overkill has debuted another all new music video for their newest single “Bitter Pill,”  from its seventeenth LP White Devil Armory. The effort is the follow up to the critically acclaimed The Electric Age, released in 2012. Directed by long time collaborator Kevin J. Custer, the video is the fourth time the veteran director has directed an Overkill video including “Armorist,” released most recently.

17 albums for Overkill now? Are you kidding me?! I remember in the late ’80’s/early ’90’s seeing their videos for “Hello From the Gutter” and “Elimination” on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. I became a fan back then and needless to say, I’m getting back into this new Overkill music now.

View both new Overkill videos inside and pick up the new release today. (more…)

King 810’s has premiered its official music video for “Fat Around The Heart,” from the upcoming debut album, Memoirs Of A Murderer due August 19, 2014 via Roadrunner Records. Watch the new video inside and find out more about this recently controversial band. (more…)

Before slaying the stage at the 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, Wretched have just premiered their latest visual masterpiece for the single “Wetiko”. Taken from their latest release Cannibal, the hypnotizing and engaging “Wetiko” prove Wretched’s aversion to the mediocre and reaffirm their place in the American metal arena. Watch “Wetiko” inside now. (more…)

The video for “You Can’t Stop Me,” the title track off Suicide Silence’s upcoming album of the same name & the very last song with lyrics penned by late vocalist Mitch Lucker can be viewed inside. Returning to the director’s chair after two Suicide Silence videos – 2011’s “You Only Live Once” & 2012’s “Slaves To Substance” – is Nathan Cox (Marilyn Manson, DevilDriver). (more…)

Arch Enemy’s highly anticipated album War Eternal is out NOW. Watch the premiere of the new music video for “No More Regrets” inside and if you haven’t yet, be sure to read our favorable review of the new album here. The clip was once again directed by the band’s long time friend and collaborator Patric Ullaeus. (more…)

Cleveland, Ohio’s nine man freakshow, Mushroomhead have released its official video of the track “Qwerty,” the first from their new album, The Righteous & the Butterfly (May 13, Megaforce Records), which also marks the return of vocalist J Mann to the band. The video itself is a disturbing trip into the mind and visual art of Mushroomhead that could best be described as Poltergeist set in a demented funhouse. It doesn’t hurt that “Qwerty” is a rather unique song, as well. In case you missed it, check out our interview with did with J Mann himself, where he talks about his return and the making of the new record (read here). And watch the video inside: (more…)

"On with the Body Count"

Body Count featuring Ice-T, 2014

With the exciting and unexpected news that a new Body Count album called Manslaughter would be dropping (June 10, 2014, Sumerian Records), once again I find myself in a retro type of mood. For the new generation of rock and metal fans, the band Body Count—led by gangsta-rapper-turned-actor Ice-T—is all but unknown. Ice-T, you say? The same Ice-T that plays a detective on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit? The same Ice-T who’s been a star of reality television? Yes, that Ice-T. As unexpected as this may sound as I write about it today, just think about how surprising or even shocking this was more than 20 years ago as I attempt to recount my memory of Body Count’s 1992 self-titled debut album and the chain of events that followed. (more…)

Suicide Silence has posted audio snippets of their upcoming album You Can’t Stop Me, which you can hear inside. The album marks the debut of new vocalist Eddie Hermida (ex-All Shall Perish), and is their first full-length recording since the tragic loss of singer Mitch Lucker. You Can’t Stop Me will be released on July 11 (Europe),July 14 (UK) and July 15, 2014 (North America) via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.  (more…)

in-flames-rusted-nailIn Flames’ new single and first from its upcoming album, Siren Charms (Sept. 5, 2014, Epic/Sony) has made it’s way online (YouTube) via a pre-release from Spotify Europe. You might want to take a listen before it’s taken down. For myself, I’m mildly disappointed, but the musical direction is along the lines of what I expected. No, it’s not a return to the style of Whoracle or Clayman, but similar to tracks on A Sense of Purpose and Sounds of a Playground Fading like, “Sleepless Again,” “Deliver Us” or “Where the Dead Ships Dwell.” Any complaints aside, it’s still way ahead of a lot of other things that garner constant praise across other music publications. Listen now: