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Today, Brazilian heavy metallers RAGE IN MY EYES have released their new lyric video, created with fan photos/footage, for an unreleased song “I Don’t Want to Say Goodbye”, as a tribute in honor of the late vocalist, ANDRE MATOS. RAGE IN MY EYES is a heavy metal band from Brazil. For 17 years the band went under the name SCELERATA, that had a huge history in the Brazilian heavy metal scenario.

In order to honor the eternal vocalist of Viper, Angra, Shaman and so many other projects, RAGE IN MY EYES created a song dedicated to the late vocalist, entitled “I Don’t Want to Say Goodbye”. The song, released in lyric video format, produced by Carlos Fides, from Artside Studio, featured about 100 fans, who sent photos with his idol, in several times of his trajectory. Known for its charisma and simplicity, in each photo, there is an authentic joy, in both parties, thus showing the affection of fans and the retribution by Andre Matos. To further illustrate the tribute, an exclusive art was released, created by graphic artist Joao Duarte, which will be used as a cover for the release of a single from the song, as bassist Pedro Fauth explained:

“We decided to release only the lyric video At this moment, who expresses our tribute best, with the participation of fans and their photos with Andre. We are honored by the support of this hundred friends who collaborated immediately with our proposal. We also thank João Duarte so much for the beautiful cover, which will soon illustrate the single on digital platforms”.

#andrematos #andrematostribute #andrematosforever #andrematoseterno #andrematosvive #tribute #rageinmyeyes #angra #shaman #viper

In order to honor the eternal vocalist of Viper, Angra, Shaman and so many other projects, RAGE IN MY EYES created a song dedicated to the late vocalist, entitled “I Don’t Want to Say Goodbye”. The song, released in lyric video format, produced by Carlos Fides, from Artside Studio, featured about 100 fans, who sent photos with his idol, in several times of his trajectory. Known for its charisma and simplicity, in each photo, there is an authentic joy, in both parties, thus showing the affection of fans and the retribution by Andre Matos. To further illustrate the tribute, an exclusive art was released, created by graphic artist Joao Duarte, which will be used as a cover for the release of a single from the song, as bassist Pedro Fauth explained:

“We decided to release only the lyric video At this moment, who expresses our tribute best, with the participation of fans and their photos with Andre. We are honored by the support of this hundred friends who collaborated immediately with our proposal. We also thank João Duarte so much for the beautiful cover, which will soon illustrate the single on digital platforms”.

#andrematos #andrematostribute #andrematosforever #andrematoseterno #andrematosvive #tribute #rageinmyeyes #angra #shaman #viper

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Enchantya release “Mother Hope” lyric video.

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 12:12 PM (PST)

Promo pic by Diana Fernandes

Portuguese melodic metal band Enchantya now release a new single for “Mother Hope”. This is the first new track after their critically acclaimed second studio album On Light And Wrath, which was released in 2019 by Inverse Records. Fans can expect an uplifting yet somewhat sorrowful song with classic heavy metal flourish and serene vocal highlights.

Singer Rute Fevereiro and Keyboard player Pedro Antunes comments:
” “Mother Hope” was inspired by the situation the World currently lives with everything that Covid-19 brought with it. We live in a time when collective consciousness must prevail, as well as hope for a better world. Planet Earth is our home, as well as home to all the different species. This song speaks of the hope that humans will use these times to think both as a whole and in each individual. It is a theme that speaks of hope and that the outcome of this phenomenon now brings more unity between people regardless of race, gender or sexuality, and a better world for everyone. That option is within each of us, and one person can make all the difference.”

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Pittsburgh, Pa slamming deathcore powerhouse SIGNS OF THE SWARM have unveiled a new music video for “Lost Within Reflection” off of their latest album ‘Vital Deprivation’. The band recently launched their Patreon where they will give anyone who signs up access to unreleased music, watch new music videos before they are premiered to the public, free SOTS merch, tablature, & much more!

The band commented, “We are excited to bring you another video from our latest album Vital Deprivation with Lost Within Reflection. We filmed this on the last tour we did with Shadow of Intent, watching this makes us miss you guys that much more. We can’t wait to get back out on the road and see you all again. Video shot/edited by Dylan Gould of Stay Goulden.”

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British death metal ballers INGESTED have unveiled a lockdown video for new single ‘Dead Seraphic Forms’, and announced the release of new album Where Only Gods May Tread on 14th August via Unique Leader. A new lockdown video featuring thirty eight (phew) cameos of bored metal musicians goofing around in quarantine can be consumed below. Expect much intense riffing and clowning.

Drummer Lyn Jeffs comments “So, here is our second single ‘Dead Seraphic Forms’ from our upcoming album Where Only Gods May Tread. We’ve put together a lockdown music video and brought a load of our good friends for the ride, and we want you involved too! All you have to do is name as many people as you can in the video in the video comments below, then like this post and share it on social media! We will pick a winner at random from the people who name the most correct cameos and they will WIN A PRE ORDER BUNDLE FOR THE NEW ALBUM! So what are you waiting for?! Watch the video and get on this competition!! Big love and STAY SAFE X”

Dominic Grimard (Ion Dissonance, The Last Felony) handled bass duties on the album and there are special guest appearances from Kirk Windstein (Crowbar, Down), Vincent Bennett (The Acacia Strain) and Matt Honeycutt (Kublai Khan).

The new album was mixed and mastered by long time producer of INGESTED and Cryptopsy guitarist Christian Donaldson (Despised Icon, Beneath The Massacre, The Agonist), engineering was handled by both Nico Beninato and Sam Yates at Foel Studios in Wales. The artwork was created by legendary artist Dan Seagrave (Morbid Angel, Suffocation, Hypocrisy, Entombed, Rivers Of Nihil, Gorguts, Decrepit Birth).

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Hey scuzz buckets. I titled this blog entry as ‘Metal VS Punk’ but hopefully y’all know that is some BS for clicks and that here at MR we strongly encourage you to support both. I can’t imagine how much more my life would have sucked without both genres and all the colors in-between.

Today we have one metal and one punk video for you to kickstart Memorial Day Weekend.

Veteran act Paradise Lost always cast a shadowy spell and honor their legacy while refusing to stagnate. So many good releases over the years and Obsidian is going to only add to that (as well as be on many year end lists). “Darker Thoughts” is a gorgeous and epic, brooding video partially shot both before and after Covid-19 hit. Since the 15th of this month it has already gotten over 247,000 views (not too shabby for a band with true extreme roots who never compromise). The record is also charting very well!

Ash Pears from AshTV managed to film bits of the video with Nick before the lockdown but had to piece together the rest of the video using random footage to make things work.

Nick Holmes states: “Musically, this is a song of 2 halves and was originally written as an intro towards the end of the Obsidian writing process. As a result, it’s one of the more spontaneous songs on the album. Lyrically, it’s a song about choosing the wrong path – failing to look before you leap, and dealing with the consequence of dubious decisions.”

Green Day have covered the Blondie classic “Dreaming” as a gift to all their fans during tough times. The video is fun, the cover is great and faithful to both bands and I am stoked a band that huge is reminding people of the classics. EVERYONE should go read Debbie Harry’s iconic new book Face It about her life. Honestly one of my top five rock books ever up there with Slash and White Line Fever.

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New Zealand-based death metal trio ULCERATE are pleased to unveil their official new video for “Dissolved Orders.” The track comes by way of Stare Into Death And Be Still, the band’s critically lauded sixth full-length, out now on Debemur Morti Productions.

The deepest, purest, and most meticulous form of ULCERATE, Stare Into Death And Be Still is a soul-searching conflagration of atypical melodicism, immaculate virtuosic dexterity, and sublimated psychological upheaval. A breathtaking new beginning for one of the most uniquely talented bands in extreme music.

Stream Stare Into Death And Be Still in its entirety at THIS LOCATION.

With Stare Into Death And Be Still, ULCERATE’s signature, ultra-atmospheric fusion of unorthodox death metal with the textures of futurist black metal is here pared down with the consummate hand of experience, giving stunning credence to the riff, the song, and the meaning. Thematically, the album draws upon recent personal experience to confront the truism that death and tragedy aren’t always sudden or violent; that people are often passive observers trapped, “in the silent horror of observing death calmly and cleanly.”

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Body Count is Ice-T (vocals), Ernie C (guitar, backing vocals), Juan Garcia (guitar, backing vocals), Vincent Price (bass, backing vocals), Ill Will (drums), Sean E Sean (samples, backing vocals).

Just gonna leave this here. Y’all know what muthafuckin’ time it is.

Purchase Body Count’s Carnivore Here.

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Hey clowns. We have had some technical sorting out to do on the server the last few days and the site was out of action as a result. We missed you though and SO MUCH DAMN GOOD STUFF HAPPENED in metal in the meantime. I am gonna endeavor to catch us up on a bunch in posts the next few days.

This morning I am going to throw a few cool recent video clips your way!

Buzz band of the moment, Jinjer have been crushing skulls and gaining major traction for awhile now. The band seem unstoppable. Finally the anticipated clip for tech groove metal onslaught “Noah” crashes down on us like some waves too bad news to surf. This is sure to be one of the most popular and immense clips of the year and the band did an incredible job conveying the tensions and emotions of the song in a mixture of performance and artsy/dark imagery.

Symfobia are up next, a dope ass symphonic metal project with great energy and songwriting. Loved this one. “Smog Of Tomorrow” captivates with romantic, epic fortitude against the odds energy and stirring arrangements. I love the intro, harmonies and big chords. A band to watch from Slovakia. Bad ass.

 

Lastly, here’s some Static-X candy for ya! “All These Years” (from Project Regeneration) can be consumed in all types of bittersweet, nostalgic glory below. We are lucky to have this last puzzle piece of musical blessing from the industrial groovers to round out Wayne’s legacy. The clip is fun and the intro recalls classic 80’s vibes of scolding parents and rebellion.

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Only a mother could be proud of…ok, that’s not fair. We are all proud of Ice nine Kills.

During the mammoth #FearlessAtHome live stream event that took on Saturday, horror themed theatricore outfit, ICE NINE KILLS celebrated the 40th Anniversary of classic horror movie, Friday The 13th, with the debut of “Jason’s Mom” – a very special, acoustic parody in honor of one of the deadliest matriarchs in movie history, just in time for Mother’s Day. They dedicated the performance to Adam Schlesinger whose genius song writing and smash hit, “Stacy’s Mom”, provided the inspiration for the song.

Speaking on their re-imagining of the Fountains of Wayne classic track and the 40th Anniversary of Friday The 13th, INK frontman, Spencer Charnas says

Today marks the 40th anniversary of Friday The 13th and with tomorrow being Mother’s Day, we thought this acoustic cover would be the perfect way to celebrate. We want to dedicate this to the memory of the inspirational songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who co-wrote this amazing and enduring pop song for Fountains Of Wayne.

We hope all the Moms out there have a truly killer Mother’s Day.

Ice Nine Kills also payed homage to Friday The 13th with this month’s Nightmare On The Ninth merch drop. The ‘Mommy Knows Best’ collection celebrates Forty Years of Friday and is available for a limited time from NightmareOnTheNinth.com The movie was also the inspiration for their track “Thank God It’s Friday”. Taken from their 2018 opus, The Silver Scream, the track has clocked up 2 million YouTube views and 9.6 million streams on Spotify since it’s release.

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Cover Story: OTEP

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at 5:56 AM (PST)

Sitting around quarantine and thinking back to bands I have been in that had members who would argue if it was cool or not to play covers made me think it might be neat-o to showcase some covers by one artist on the site today. OTEP seemed like a good pick because A. She rules as a person and has always been cool to our site and B. Just look at that “Shelter In Place” message behind the band photo. Wise choice during Covid-19, fam. And I think that photo is older than last year? Prophetic!

Anyway, OTEP rocks and the real best reason to choose some of the band’s best covers is that THERE ARE A BUNCH OF DOPE ONES TO SHOW YOU. Seriously, some bands are so snobby but it is cool to show your influences. I thought it was cool how when Chester from Linkin Park died even Chris from Coldplay wasn’t too “big” and covered “Crawling” in his memory.

Here’s four tunes poet and nu-fusion groove metal activist Otep Shamaya chose to cover with her band over the years.

  1. ‘Breed’ by Nirvana is an iconic grunge punk tune and the high energy video disturbs and taunts and plays appearances like David Lynch took the class on a Nu Metal field trip to hell.

2. ‘Not To Touch The Earth’ by the Doors is my favorite OTEP cover because as a poet Shamaya really vibes with Jim and respects the material and also because it is cool to hear one of the most intense “bad trip” doors songs ever (and not the most obvious cover choice from the band’s tunes) become straight up metal!

3. ‘Wake Up’ by RATM. Otep certainly vibes with smashing the control machine/Matrix and critiquing capitalism’s worst excesses, so this makes perfect sense. Also, hello…rap rock. ‘Nuff said.

4. Lorde’s ‘Royals’ lyrically is a great choice and this one remains a fan favorite in the Tribe. We’re in this together so hope this makes quarantine or whatever you are going through a little more bearable as we have money fears and the future is even more uncertain, fam. One love. PMA.

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Photo by Darren Craig

Today, PAPA ROACH releases the official video for the track “Feel Like Home.” The minimalistic, high-energy video was filmed at home, under quarantine, providing a rare and very entertaining look into the band members’ and their family at home.

The band explains “We’re all home, in quarantine, and decided to try and entertain our families a little bit with one of our favorite songs from the record – we hope it brings a little joy and positivity. Really looking forward to seeing people around the world trying their own! “

And with that comment – Papa Roach and Better Noise Music are launching the #FEELLIKEHOMECHALLENGE, encouraging fans anywhere in the world to create their own version of the video, from home, for the opportunity at several prizes, including a Grand Prize of $1,200. All entries are to be submitted by Sunday May 31st, at which point band will review all entries and choose a winner with 2 runner up prizes, along with prizing for 10 submissions selected at random on June 8, 2020 Anyone can enter anywhere in the world.


Papa Roach just wrapped a 4 hour epic live-streamed retrospective this past weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary release of their debut album INFEST. The program, dubbed “INFEST IN-Conversation” featured Special Guests, Dave Buckner (Papa Roach), Chino & Risa Moreno (Deftones), Dave “Phoenix” Farrell (Linkin Park), Marcos Siega (TV/Film Director) and Jason AalonButler (Fever 333). The program ran simultaneously across the band’s official Twitch, Facebook, Youtube, VK, and Twitter accounts garnering an audience of 1.8 million during the broadcast.

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Cattle Decap have been pretty much my favorite band in death metal for quite awhile and Death Atlas is further proof it is hard to defeat them when it comes to meaningful and at times darkly cynical yet insightful extreme metal. I assume those of you who give a shit about metal probably know about the recent late 2019 release already so I won’t insult your feeble (oops) intelligence with too many details other than that it rules and you should get it. I honestly feel like an asshole that I didn’t review it when it came out but seasonal depression is a bitch and obviously we need to catch up on reviews right now, period. Haha, it isn’t helping that now that Spring is here we have a pandemic but I will try and post some cool album reviews for you hounds soon. Anyway, here’s a funny ass morbid video in the meantime. Ahhhhh. They have manage to kind of politely underscore what doomed fucking idiots the human race are yet again.

“With the cancellation of our ironically titled ‘Europandemic Tour’ and social distancing recommendations set in place, we found ourselves with not much to do. So we figured why not address the elephant in the room in the form of a music video for ‘Bring Back The Plague’ and just film it on our mobile phones instead of with an actual crew. Dave didn’t even have access to a drum kit and nobody is leaving their houses anyways so we decided to lighten the mood with a video. Everything from the band name to the lyrics to the merchandise to the imagery have always been heavily steeped in metaphors and irony always with tongue firmly in cheek, so this new video by David Hall at Uneasy Sleeper may just be our coup de gras…for better, or for worse.” – Travis Ryan

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Dying Fetus share new MilkBoy Session mini-documentary

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 12:46 PM (PST)

 

Dying Fetus are one of the true legacy acts in the Relapse stable still slamming out brutal death metal with no impulses towards making it more palatable for squares, obviously. It just isn’t what they do. They are too busy “Reveling In The Abyss” of pure evil.

A mini-doc was recently filmed at MilkBoy Studios in Philadelphia, PA in 2017 upon the release of Wrong One To Fuck With, the band chronicled the re-recording of their classic track “One Shot, One Kill” with Swedish Producer/Engineer Mattias Nillson. The video, featuring interviews, a new “One Shot, One Kill” performance, and behind-the-scenes footage, can be seen below. It is pretty damn cool and insightful for fans.

Regarding the re-recording of “One Shot, One Kill”; Bassist/Vocalist Sean Beasley comments:
“I’m excited to hear and put my vocals on there and hear Trey belt it out. It was our first video song basically, we recorded it at the old Masquerade in Atlanta. Mike [Kimball] was our old guitarist, he was new in the band then and it was different where we didn’t use straight up raw amps for the first time. We used a racked mount mix and it was a new thing for us at the time.”

band photo: Scott Kincade

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Philadelphia Metal Outfit, IN THE FIRE releases official music video for “Channel” off the 2019 album Volatile Beings. The video was filmed by Galactic Force Media on the coldest night of February 2020 and guests Fred Fred Eric of Total Fucking Destruction as “Panda”.

IN THE FIRE, a conception of Ryan Moll (Rumpelstiltskin Grinder, Total Fucking Destruction, Azure Emote) has also recently released a new album, ‘The Living Horror Show featuring Mike Heller (Fear Factory, Malignancy) on Drums. Both albums are available digitally and on limited CD via Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.

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Fight The Fight release “Pacemaker” video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 5:01 PM (PST)

Norwegian metallers Fight The Fight have released the video for their song “Pacemaker.”

“Pacemaker” comes off the band’s upcoming album Deliverance due out on September 18th via Metal Blade Records in North America and Indie Recordings everywhere else.

Check out the video for “Pacemaker” here.

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