Sunday, December 11, 2016
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Friday Video Roundup: Children of Bodom, Negative Sky, Decadawn, Anger As Art

Four flipping fine films for Friday!

Children of Bodom – “My Bodom (I Am the Only One)”

Finnish Metal Superstars Children of Bodom have released a special lyric video for the song “My Bodom (I Am The Only One)” taken from the band’s latest studio album, I Worship Chaos. On October 20th, fans were encouraged via social media to submit photos of themselves with the band for a chance to be in an upcoming video. Over 300 photos were selected to be featured in the “My Bodom (I Am The Only One)” lyric video. Alexi Laiho comments:

This is the coolest and my favourite lyric video by far because we actually had a chance to include COB fans from all over the globe in it. It’s the least we can do to show our gratitude, love and appreciation of the madness they bless us with night after night. I can’t wait to play the song live on the upcoming tours!

Negative Sky – “The Dark Unknown”

New Jersey based metalcore band Negative Sky has released the official music video for “The Dark Unknown,” off of their upcoming album Placid Black. Danny Puma says about the recording:

Even though we spent 8 hours playing the song through 14 times and it was 119 degrees under hot lights in a warehouse with no AC, it was some of the most fun I’ve ever had!

Decadawn – “Take You There”

Echoing the sounds of In Flames, Dark Tranquility and At The Gates, Montreal explosive melodic death metal titans Decadawn are ready to “Take You There” with their new music video unleashed today. The song is off the band’s 2014 debut album Solitary Confinement featuring 10 blistering assaults that includes guest vocals from Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates) on the release’s title track.

Decadawn are currently working on a new album for release in 2017.

Anger As Art – “Unknowing, Undead”

L.A. Thrashers Anger As Art have released an official video for “Unknowing, Undead,” a song from latest album Ad Mortem Festinamus. On the highly anticipated follow-up to 2013 barnstormer Hubris, Inc. the quartet has done the improbable by creating a roaring thrash metal beast that doesn’t just raise the bar; it crushes it into dust.

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Father of three, teacher of Computing, SCUBA divemaster, Krav Maga Practitioner, geek, nerd and metal nut. Currently living in Glasgow and running this page purely for the fun of it... and because I just love heavy metal!

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