Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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The Moshville Times

Saturday Video Roundup: Breathe In The Silence, Blacklite District, Fallen to Flux, Uforia

Time to start slipping in a few we’ve not managed to include this week…

Breathe In The Silence – “Promised Lands”

Breathe In The Silence have revealed the video for “Promised Lands”, a final taste of their new EP Hold My Heart which is available through Crooked Noise Records on 2nd September 2016. You can pre-order the digital version on Amazon now.

Blacklite District – “The Struggle”

Electro rock duo Blacklite District have premiered their new music video for “The Struggle”. The track serves as the lead single from the band’s upcoming album, To Whom It May Concern, due out on October 7th via AK19. You can pre-order the digital download right now on Amazon.

“We know this song is different and we know it doesn’t sound like what you hear on boring rock radio these days…”, says vocalist/producer Kyle Pfeiffer, “but we don’t want it to. We’re not here to follow anyone’s path but our own. This is the real deal, and we’re gonna prove it on this upcoming tour. The music speaks for itself. What more is there to say?”

Fallen to Flux – “Razor’s Edge”

Emerging London-based Alt-rock outfit Fallen To Flux reveal their latest single and it’s a raging firecracker. The four-piece have released “Razor’s Edge”, which is pulled from the band’s explosive debut album Transitions, out now. You can order it as a digital download on Amazon now.

Uforia – “Fight or Flight”

Toronto, ON’s rock ensemble Uforia have released their new music video directed by Finger Eleven guitarist James Black for their track “Fight or Flight”. The song is the title track off the band’s latest EP released on July 15th to follow their fan-funded full length 2015’s Transmutation and 2012’s debut EP Imagining. You can grab the album as a digital download from Amazon now.

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