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RAM premiere “Awakening The Chimaera” DVD clip with Rock Hard Germany

Posted by Metal Riot on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 1:10 PM (PST)

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Svbversvm is the impending new full-length from Sweden’s classic heavy metal stalwarts, RAM. Boasting ten raging hymns of death, post-apocalyptic dominance and total devastation through iron that recall the power and prestige of some of metal’s most revered acts (think Judas Priest, Mercyful Fate et al) without replicating them, RAM’s fourth studio offering was self-produced at Black Path Studios, mixed at Welfare Sounds by Olle Björk, Per Stälberg, and RAM, mastered by Daniel Johansson and will be unleashed on October 30th worldwide via Metal Blade Records. In Europe, Svbversvm will come available as a limited CD/DVD digipak, as well as on CD and vinyl.

 

In collaboration with Germany’s Rock Hard Magazine, today RAM offers up a clip of “Awakening The Chimaera.” Taken from the bonus DVD, X Anniversary, A Decade Of Heavy Metal Tyranny Concert,which comes free with the limited edition digipak of Svbversvm, the performance was filmed on Friday the 13th of September 2013 at a hometown show in Gothenburg, Sweden.

 

 

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Slipknot premiere newest deranged video with “XIX”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, October 5, 2015 at 4:04 PM (PST)

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Clown from Slipknot has directed the band’s latest clip “XIX” from .5: The Gray Chapter. The track is very dark and has a certain gothic feel, one of their more interesting and nuanced numbers. Even if the clip wasn’t sure to be a singalong live anthem ready made as a great segue between heavier numbers ala Korn’s 4 U it features naked ladies in veils with nooses dangling between their breasts and some stark imagery of floating coffins, twisted trees and flowers. A cool clip and song.

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Huntress share “Sorrow” video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, September 25, 2015 at 1:06 PM (PST)

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Heavy Metal force Huntress have released another video from Static, a fun, spooky castle video that fits the Argento on thrash mode of the band’s aesthetic for this tune really well. And the chorus hook is one of the biggest in Jill and the band’s history. A lot of fun yell alongs on this album.

This one is written and directed by Phil Mucci (www.diabolikfilms.com)

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Jucifer preview some of forthcoming awesome Biopic

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, September 21, 2015 at 6:51 AM (PST)

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Jucifer have the most romantic story in metal, a duo who spend every day together as a couple working to prove you can do whatever you want in this life if you have drive. The band are constantly on the road all over the world, setting up massive stacks and blasting crowds with the heaviest of metal. A new full length biopic is coming out next year but you can preview a solid chunk of it now.

Watch BELOW and tell me this isn’t the American Dream for Nomads?!

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Epic symphonic soundtracked battle and the ethereal vocals of Liv Kristine combine for a Norse-themed adventure video in the new, quite elaborate lyric video for Leaves’ Eyes new album’s title track. Make all the LARP jokes you like, but this band remains one of the best and most pro at what they do. Few but the most cynical will fail to be swept up at the 3:26 mark when the song leaps up a notch, Liv’s voice reaching for the stratosphere as A. Krull and the rest of the band march on to “reign invincible”.

Dear fans and friends,
here it is the official lyric video for the title song of our new album, “King Of Kings”. Enjoy, share & help us spreading the word! “King Of Kings” is out now in Europe and will be released in North America this Friday (September 18th)!

featuring
Simone Simons (Epica)
Lindy-Fay Hella (Wardruna)
London Voices Choir (Lord of the Rings, Star Wars)
White Russian Symphony Orchestra

Watch it BELOW.

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Behemoth release video for “The Satanist”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 4:46 PM (PST)

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Witness the visual accompaniment to Behemoth‘s track “The Satanist” HERE. As is often the case with the Polish group’s near limitless ambition, the video is a conceptual and aesthetic victory for all those who would run free.

Behemoth front man Nergal comments: “Behemoth has always been about breaking boundaries, taboos, leaving its comfort zone and thinking out of the box! Here we go again with the brand new video from us. It’s already a fourth official clip off “The Satanist”… The concept came from the director, Andrzej Dragan. It’s situated in modern Warsaw in the present times. It’s where the carnal world meets the unknown… it’s where the ZOS meets KIA… It’s where SACRUM is raped by PROFANUM…”

Director Andrzej Dragan adds: “This is a picture of alienation and ultimate rejection of an oversensitive character by an anonymous city.”

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Metallica release some footage from Saint Petersburg 2015

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 5:16 PM (PST)

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Metallica have released 18 minutes of fly on the wall footage shot by the MetOnTour reporter on August 25, 2015 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Footage includes a birthday pie-ing, Tuning Room, plus “One” from the show.

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Slayer and Machete inspire prisoners to flash mosh

Posted by Metal Riot on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 2:02 PM (PST)
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On Wednesday, in near 100-degree heat and high humidity, a riot broke out in the exercise yard of the Sybil Brand Institute, the women’s prison in East Los Angeles, where Slayer shot the music video for the new track “Repentless.” In fact, while Slayer performed the track under that punishing sun over an eight-hour period, the “prisoners” had to stage a riot for somewhere north of twelve takes before director BJ McDonnell finally called it a wrap. But that was all pretty much in keeping with McDonnell’s brutal vision for the clip, a vision that many in the veteran cast and crew referred to as “more like something for a feature film than a rock band’s music video.”

 

This is McDonnell’s first stint directing a music video. He directed the 2013 horror film “Hatchet III,” and his rich resume as a motion picture cameraman includes “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Ant-Man” and “The Interview.” For Slayer’s “Repentless,” he and the video’s producer Felissa Rose pulled together a gang of actors and crew who have been part of some of the most iconic horror films ever made: Derek Mears (“Predators,” “Friday the 13th”) Tyler Mane (“Halloween”) Jason Trost (“Hatchet III”), Danny Trejo (“Machete,” “From Dusk Till Dawn”), Tony Moran (“Halloween’s” Michael Myers, “American Poltergeist”), Sean Whalen (“Men In Black,” “Halloween II”), and Vernon Wells (“Mad Max 2,” “Commando,” “Weird Science”) all are featured inmates in the video. And if that wasn’t enough, McDonnell and Rose brought in stunt coordinator Nils Allen Stewart who is known for his work on films like “Planet of The Apes,” “Anger Management” and “Daredevil.”

 

Slayer’s prison yard performance is just one facet of what promises to be a grizzly video. While McDonnell and Rose are keeping full details about the video tightly under wraps until its premiere, it’s safe to say that there was a lot of blood spilled within those prison walls.

 

The date for the premiere of Slayer’s “Repentless” music video will be announced shortly. Repentless, Slayer’s 11th studio album, is due out 9/11/15 (Nuclear Blast), and is already receiving some pretty amazing press.

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Parkway Drive wont be “Crushed” in new video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 9:44 AM (PST)

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“Crushed” by Parkway Drive from the album IRE is the Aussie band’s brazen new video. The record is available September 25th and so fr every single has been even more massive than usual. One of the best in their field.

Pre-order on iTunes: http://found.ee/ParkwayDriveIre

“Welcome to the free world
Where nothing’s as it seems
Tell me, can you find a cure
When you can’t see, and you can’t feel the disease…”

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Ill Nino release “Blood Is Thicker Than Water” clip

Posted by Metal Riot on Monday, August 24, 2015 at 9:55 AM (PST)

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ILL NINO has released “Blood Is Thicker Than Water,” the third music video from the album Till Death, La Familia, available in stores and digitally everywhere.

 

Watch “Blood Is Thicker Than Water” on VEVO.

“’Blood is Thicker Than Water’ is more than just a piece of music to me,” confesses frontman Christian Machado.  “Writing the lyrics seemed to me, at that point in my life, to be a healing process than anything else.  Two years to that exact date, I held the hand of a beautiful human being and I watched her take her last breath.  After her death, I held her for an hour, I cried, I thanked her for all her beauty, her innocence, and her love.  I felt an incredible amount of regret, it was possibly the most painful moment I will ever go through in my life.  I cannot put into words the feeling.  I can say I attempted to put that emotion into the lyrics of ‘Blood is Thicker Than Water,’ but I know the depth of the words cannot bring to light the pain and suffering that she went through and also the mourning that followed.  When we perform the song live, I sometimes have to put all my power into not being succumbed by that emotion once again.  I hope the song can reach into the hearts of everyone who hears it. I hope it allows her beauty to live forever.”

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When I was a huge teenage Dischord Records fan I’d go for weeks at a time Fugazi-binging. The Jesus Lizard were also a band like that for me. No one toe in the water or iTunes shuffle through one song before on to The Walkmen or Stevie Wonder or whatever (we didn’t have iTunes or The Walkmen – the band- then anyway). Nope. It was all of GOAT and a side of Liar on tape or nothing. And a full dose of Red Medicine. The much different famed power metal heroes Stratovarius are the same way for me. News of any impending release sends me dusting off cds of past records as a new song might make me yearn to hear all of Elements Pt. 1 or Elysium and then I’m hooked. I hear Rush fanatics are the same but I think they pretty much always just listen to Rush, which is awesome.

Anyhow, Timo Kotipelto’s expert tale weaving and the new guitar visions of Matias Kupiainan have resulted in bold strokes that have assuaged many critics doubts. Nemesis in particular made my top 5 albums of ALL of 2013 for this very site, in the company of Palms and some other more hip to like bands. But make no mistake, Stratovarius always have ruled and stil fucking rule.

Got this press release today: (!!!)

Stratovarius will release Eternal on September 18 via earMUSIC. The symphonic metal masters offer a guided and intimate tour of the album via this behind-the-scenes mini-documentary.

It’s 12 minutes long and allows fans and viewers to take a deep dive and to experience the birth of Eternal.

The mini-doc spotlights the band in the studio recording, along with interviews. It’s in-depth and intriguing.

Watch this keyhole view of Stratovarius while making Eternal here.

 

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If you’re like a lot of metalheads you have your go to bands and the rest of the time browse sites or magazines with a certain lifelong true dedication mixed with dulled near boredom at the car crash many bands regularly call “releases” or “promotion”. Especially if it isn’t your favorite sub-genre of heavy. Granted, we all have more open minded days than others but it is nice when I see a band live and then the next time they release something I’m much more curious.

Such was the case today when seeing Decibel has a new video premiere from Fit For An Autopsy. Listening to the unfuckwithable excellence of the new Tau Cross and drinking coffee half-baked while also corresponding with cuties and/or musician’s, I took a break to check my mail and saw the FFAA press release. While Tau Cross is by far one of the best records of the year, the full bore if much different FFAA live set I witnessed not so long ago has me curious enough to check the new video out.

The new song is the title track from their forthcoming new LP due out this fall. “Being able to bring a visual representation of our art to the fans is a big deal to us,” says guitarist and producer Will Putney. Directed by Max Moore, this is the first music video the band has ever done. Putney continues, “Working with Max Moore allowed us to do that easily. We couldn’t be happier with the outcome and are really excited to finally release Fit For An Autopsy’s first ever music video.”

Watch it HERE. The simple and effective blend of darkness, weird shit and performance make it a winner. Much less gimmicky than people writing these guys off might’ve expected.

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Leading up to the 9/11 release of Repentless, Slayer’s new studio album, Tom Araya, Kerry King, Paul Bostaph and Gary Holt talk about working with producer Terry Date on this video clip.

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Blessthefall has a new video and ‘m really liking the minimalism and good core concepts/elements with the hi fi but still raw blend of heavy and pop. Check out “Walk On Water” BELOW.

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The brand new incarnation of THE BUNNY THE BEAR has arrived.  A Liar Wrote This, is out today and retains the band’s genre expansive style that bridges pop, spellbinding soul and introduces the acidic, yet velvety voice of new “Bear” Haley Roback.  The band has also released the first official video featuring new material with Roback, for the song “Lover’s Touch.”

Watch “Lover’s Touch” On VEVO.

 

A Liar Wrote This has already taken a very special place in my heart,” confesses Matt “The Bunny” Tybor.  “I am extremely proud of the hard work put in by all involved, especially Haley, my new “Bear.”  I couldn’t be more confident with the new direction we’ve taken.  We didn’t want to shut fans out by doing a 180 degree change, but the vigor Haley brings definitely earns its place on A Liar Wrote This.”

 

THE BUNNY THE BEAR bring their acts of theater, music and style to audiences across the US as part of the Vans Warped Tour.


A Liar Wrote This is available now at Apple Music, FYESpotify, and VictoryMerch.com.

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