Thursday, October 27, 2016
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Monday Video Roundup: Eldorado, Dead Horse Trauma, Stellar Temple, Riverside

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Welcome to a new working week and the start of another round of video updates. It’s a good job you have us to fall back on, eh?

Eldorado – “Mother Water”

Like stepping back to the seventies, Eldorado’s music evokes memories of yesteryear. During the past year Eldorado has been preparing their fifth album Riding the Sun.

It contains a collection of songs worked extensively, the result of experimentation both in sound and in structures, with dirty riffs, catchy grooves and melodies, intuition and impulsivity, melancholic moments and wild trances that recreate a nearby world to the band live, songs that keep the fire they had when they were created. The fifth album from Eldorado is bright, relentless and warm. It will be launched in November the 15th.

Dead Horse Trauma – “Left Unsaid”

Des Moines, Iowa metal band Dead Horse Trauma have released the official music/lyric video for their single “Left Unsaid” from the upcoming album Life.

Dead Horse Trauma is a 5-headed war machine dedicated to infecting the masses with procedures and tactics used by our world to feed us the lies we are spoon-fed since before we can crawl. It’s the exposure of the perversity and falsities we are subliminally directed by. It’s your wake-up call, or the means to your end.

Stellar Temple – “Fucking Miles Away”

A few weeks after the release of their debut full-length album Domestic Monster, French 80/90’s heavy/rock/grunge heroes Stellar Temple have just unveiled an official music video illustrating the single “Fucking Miles Away”.

Riverside – “Where The River Flows”

October 21st, 2016 will mark the release of Eye Of The Soundscape, a complementary instrumental album by Polish Prog masters Riverside, via InsideOutMusic. The release features cover artwork by Travis Smith and includes 13 experimental and highly atmospheric compositions, which showcase Riverside’s ambient electronic side. The release’s opening track, “Where The River Flows”, is available as of today online as first single via the streaming / digital download outlet of your choice – or listen below.

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