Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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The Moshville Times

Video Roundup: Martyr De Mona, Tax The Heat, Shields, IDestroy and more…

Here’s a bunch of songs to rattle your cage as we approach the weekend. Quite the variety as always – like a big box of metal chocolates, only all of them have those popping candy things inside to make them noisy.

Martyr De Mona – “Siege Mentality”

Martyr De Mona today release their new video that was announced towards the end of last year.

Tax The Heat – “Animals”

Bristol’s original blues rockers Tax The Heat recently announced the release of their full length Nuclear Blast Entertainment debut, Fed To The Lions. The band are today premiering an official video for the track “Animals”, which features on the new release. You can pre-order the album here.

KZOHH – “Massebegravelser”

Ukraine / Russian black metal coven KZOHH have published a new video for the track “Massebegravelser”, which is taken off the band’s latest offering, Rye. Fleas. Chrismon. The video was filmed during KZOHH’s live performance at Via Sinistra III Festival, of December last year.

The Dreamer Within – “Purge”

South West metalcorers The Dreamer Within have landed. With a sound that is dramatic, cinematic, explosive, and above all exciting, the metal crew are poised to break out this year and have the perfect bait in the form of their new video single “Purge”.

Across All Oceans – “Everywhere But Home”

Across All Oceans, from North East England are preparing for the release of their new EP, Homegrown which is available from Monday (22nd Feb 2016). In the build up to the EP release, the quintet have shared the new music video for “Everywhere But Home”.

Shields – “I’ve Dealt With Worse”

Miserable London hardcore/metal mob Shields have unveiled a new video/single for “I’ve Dealt With Worse”, from their 2015 EP Guilt which you can buy here.

IDestroy – “Vanity Loves Me”

IDestroy have just revealed the video for debut single Vanity Loves Me”. The video is a tongue in cheek testament to their DIY approach and captures the band’s more humorous side whilst showing their punk rock attitude with an infectiously bratty track. You can pre-order their debut EP (due Feb 26th) from Big Cartel ( or itunes (

Mammoth Weed Wizard – “Les Paradis Artificiels”

Since the release of their acclaimed debut album Noeth Ac Anoeth Mammoth Weed Wizard have been holed up in their North Wales bunker writing their next magnum opus due for release in the Autumn of 2016. However the call of the riff is ever strong and the Wrexham cosmic doom crew are hitching up with Nashville psych outfit All Them Witches as special guests on a series of UK dates, plus an appearance at the Tombstone All Dayer in Manchester.

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