Saturday, October 22, 2016
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The Moshville Times

Friday Video Roundup – Nuisible, Lightless Moor, -(16)-, Fabiano Andreacchio and the Atomic Factory

Here we go, rounding up another week with a bunch more videos of all styles. Crank up, enjoy and share with your work colleagues… whether they want you to or not!

Nuisible – “Reign of Confusion”

What better way to start today’s roundup than with a blistering track of French blackened death metal? From their Inter Feces et Urinam Nascimur EP, here’s something nice and noisy from Nuisible.

Lightless Moor – “Qualcosa Vive Attraverso”

To celebrate the launch of their new album Hymn For The Fallen which was released this week, Lightless Moor have accompanied it with this lyric video.

-(16)-  – “Peaches, Cream and the Placenta”

Just in case you were feeling too cheerful, here’s a slab of heavy misery to bring you back down to earth with the crunch of breaking bones. The album from which it comes, Lifespan Of A Moth, is out on July 15th.

Fabiano Andreacchio and the Atomic Factory – “Corpses’ Hill”

Mixing metal, industrial, prog and djent, this is a surprisingly heavy piece of music – and the third track from their February release Living Dead Groove.

Header image by Kim Støvring and used under CC license.

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