So many videos coming in this week, it’s ridiculous. Here’s today’s pick of the crop…
Death Valley High – “Warm Bodies”
One part Marilyn Manson, one part Deftones, NorCal’s Death Valley High are readying new album, Cvlt [As Fvk] for release on 4th November 2016 via minusHEAD Records, with lead single, “Warm Bodies” available for download now. What better way to portray the need for warm bodies than by way of a horror film! The NSFW video for “Warm Bodies”, directed by Brian Cox of Flarelight Films, can be viewed below. Frontman Reyka Osburn tells us:
We wanted the video for ‘Warm Bodies’ to have some unexpected turns, so that the viewer would have their expectations abruptly altered while watching. We sought to make sure some of the video was filmed in black and white, so that the mind-altering state of our lead characters would translate to the viewer once it changed to colour – like watching a campy old horror film that turns into an 80’s action film! We intentionally chose to not include band performance footage or images, so we could really get the story concept across, although if you keep a keen eye during the mini movie, you might catch a glimpse of our scary faces.
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Last Great Dreamers – “Oblivion Kids”
Last Great Dreamers unveil the brand new video for “Oblivion Kids”, three minutes of sonic power-pop mayhem. The anthemic “Oblivion Kids” opens their new album Transmissions From Oblivion, released on September 30th through the band’s independent label Ray Records.
Berserkers – “The Foolish Man”
Berserkers introduces their new video “The Foolish Man” taken from their new album Lock & Load which was released recently. You can pick the album on through Amazon as a download and help support this site.
Louise Distras – “Aileen”
British firebrand singer-songwriter Louise Distras will release her brand new single Aileen on the 30th of September 2016. The song will be Distras’ first new music since the release of her critically acclaimed 2013 debut album Dreams from the Factory Floor.