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Tuesday Video Roundup: Weirds, Crossing Rubicon, Motionless in White, Bullet-Proof, Da Boanad, Love Zombies

Has anyone else noticed how close it’s getting to Festival Season? Anyone? Just me? WHOOP!

Weirds – “Phantom”

Trying to find Weirds on facebook? Well they had to set up a new profile after some dick hacked the old one – twice – and pretty much destroyed it. So you can find them now at WeirdsBand. Their new album Swarmculture is available to pre-order now with some interesting bundles.

Crossing Rubicon – “Who’s Gonna Save You”

Connecticut rock outfit, Crossing Rubicon are releasing a new lyric video for current single titled, “Who’s Gonna Save You”. The single comes from the rock quintet’s 2016 full length, No Less Than Everything.

Motionless In White – “Eternally Yours”

Motionless in White have unveiled their brand new video for “Eternally Yours” taken from their freshly released Graveyard Shift album which hit stores on Friday (5th May).

Bullet-Proof – “No One Ever”

Thrash metallers Bullet-Proof have released a new video for the track “No One Ever”, which is taken off from Forsaken One out now via Sleaszy Rider Records.

Da Boanad – “Manner Weiber Bluad und Bier”

The Bavarian hard rock band Da Boanad has released an official video for “Manner, Weiber, Bluad und Bier”. The song was released in 2014 (as video) and is on the Promo-CD Manner, Weiber, Bluad und Bier and also available on the new Album Mystericum. The new album will be released on 2nd June 2017 via Pure Rock Records.

Love Zombies – “Birthday”

Punk rockers Love Zombies have announced the release of their debut album Passionfruit on June 2nd. The band will also be returning to the UK to perform at Camden Rocks Festival on June 3rd and Download Festival on June 11th after the roaring success of their co-headline tour with The Amorettes last year, which included two sold-out London shows.

The video for the album’s power-pop anthem “Birthday” was filmed at the sold-out closing night in Camden and showcases their explosive live energy accompanying the raucous party track, which ignited crowds across the country.

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