Let’s kick the weekend off in style with 5 of the best new videos released either today or in the past few days!
Belgian death metallers Aborted have today released a video for a brand new track “Fallacious Crescendo”. The track taken from their forthcoming EP titled Bathos, is available to listen to below:
King King have today released their video for (She Don’t) Gimme No Lovin’. Comments frontman Alan Nimmo: “Exile & Grace definitely has a rockier feel and sound to it. We are following our influences from the Classic Rock genre, Bad Company, Whitesnake and Thunder. We really set out to challenge ourselves with this album. We’ve stepped up the quality of song writing and pushed ourselves physically in both performance and delivery!” The track, taken from their forthcoming album Exile & Grace can be viewed below:
Progressive power metallers Blind Guardian have just released another great classic off their first live record in 14 years. Live Beyond The Spheres is a collection of 22 tracks including all-time classics such as ‘The Bard’s Song (In The Forest)’ and ‘Mirror Mirror’, but also rarely performed songs like ‘And Then There Was Silence’. To celebrate the forthcoming release, the band are premiering a live video for ‘Twilight Of The Gods’ which can be viewed below:
Hardcore Australian outfit Statues, have returned with details of thier new concept album No Grave, No Burial and crushing debut title track. The debut single and title track tells the story of sudden loss through conflict and horrific circumstance; and illustrates a story of grievance without closure. Musically this track sets the tone of the record, dark and foreboding but progressive and deep. You can check out the track below:
Tuesday The Sky
Tuesday The Sky, the new Ambient Instrumental Rock project by Fates Warning guitarist Jim Matheos, will be releasing its debut album Drift worldwide next week, on June 30th, 2017, via InsideOutMusic. The album’s third single “It Comes In Waves” is being launched today with a playthrough video produced by Chris Anderson, which features performance footage by Jim Matheos (Guitars & Bass) as well as Lloyd Hanney of God Is An Astronaut (Drums) and Kevin Moore (Keyboards). You can view the video below: