Monday, July 16, 2018
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The Moshville Times

Saturday Video Roundup (Metal Church, Your Favorite Enemies, Blacklist Union, Aliases)

Let’s kick the weekend into shape with a nice cross-section of rock and metal! That’s what we’re here for…

Metal Church – “Reset”

Comeback kings Metal Church release another new track from forthcoming belter XI, which is out on March 25th.

Your Favorite Enemies – “1-2-3 (One Step Away)”

A new video for a not-new track, Your Favourite Enemies re-issue their 2014 album Between Illness and Migration which on 6th May. This is one of the tracks upon it.

Blacklist Union – “Evil Eye”

Get your rock on with this number from Blacklist Union’s current release Back To Momo.

Aliases – “Smile All You Like”

Taken from the Aliases’ album, Derangeable – due for release on 15th April.

Header image by Kim Støvring and used under CC license.

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Father. Husband. Teacher of Computing. PADI divemaster. Krav Maga Practitioner. Geordie. Geek. Nerd. Metal nut. I also own and run a website - you may have heard of it.

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Allan Manchester
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loving the your favorite enemies video, beautiful and powerful.

Mosh
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And catchy, too. I admit I picked this one based on variety – it was different from the rest of the bunch I had available for publication that day, but a couple of listens and I’m hooked.

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Tina Randal

These Enemies once came to play in my city, I’m happy they are still pushing through, so many bands are quitting these days, it’s a hard business. I didn’t know these other bands, thanks for exposing them to us! Keep the passion alive!

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Mosh

Yeah, in the last couple of weeks I’ve seen news of two *major* bands folding, let alone the smaller ones. We’ll always try and feature these lesser known acts amongst the big players – it was actually one of the founding principles of the site. There are just so many of them!