Big news coming your way in the next week or so once we stop dancing around in celebration. In the meantime, here’s a bunch of groovy videos and noisy music…
Paul Johnson and The About Last Nights – “Burn it Down”
Hattiesburg, Mississippi-based power pop / alternative rockers Paul Johnson and The About Last Nights have released the official video for their single, “Burn It Down.” The song is the first single off of their forthcoming, debut EP, Give Up The Ghost, due Spring 2017.
Sen Dog & Bratana – “Kill Puppets”
Sen Dog, the veteran rapper and member of the popular hip-hop group Cypress Hill, has lent his talent to a new project, produced by Biohazard front man and veteran producer Billy Graziadei. The track showcases Bratana’s Val Lapin on vocals, singing in unison with Sen Dog as he raps, while Graziadei shreds on the guitar.
Eva Plays Dead – “Spin”
Hard-hitting rockers Eva Plays Dead have revealed the video for their new single “Spin”, the follow up to 2016’s “Bones”. The video precedes the band’s UK tour with Devilskin and Sumo Cyco which takes place next week. And don’t forget you can see them at Wildfire in June as well.
Henry Kane – “Det var inte ditt fel”
Do they play death metal? Grindcore? Crust? Well it’s all of that driven with crushing HM-2 force. Some have raised questions about who is Henry Kane? This painstakingly created official video reveals all (he’s the antagonist of the classic horror movies series Poltergeist).
Ritual Boogie – “La Décadence”
Psychedelic/acid-rock power-trio from Switzerland, Ritual Boogie just announced the upcoming release of their debut full-length album called Middle Age Dust. They plan for a physical and digital release on April 7th. In the meantime, the band just unveiled a first excerpt from the album with the official music video of the song “La Décadence”.
Imperium Dekadenz – “Schwarze Wälder (Official Live Video)”
Imperium Dekadenz have released a music video featuring their classic track “Schwarze Wälder”, which was originally released on their debut full-length …und die Welt ward kalt und leer (2006).