The weekend may have landed, Bloodstock is well and truly in full swing but we’re spoiling you with even more great videos!
Satyricon – “Deep Calleth Upon Deep”
Black metal legends Satyricon have revealed their highly anticipated ninth studio album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep is set for release on 22nd September on Napalm Records. The opus will be available in digital format, CD digipak and gatefold vinyl options and is now available for pre-order. Now the iconic duo fronted by visionary Satyr has unveiled a lyric video for the album title track and first single from the band’s upcoming album.
Helpless – “Sinkhole”
UK extreme noise-makers Helpless have unleashed their ferocious new single “Sinkhole”, ahead of their debut album Debt which is out on September 8 via Holy Roar Records. First premiered on the Holy Roar Records Podcast, the band have also released a video for “Sinkhole”, a one minute blast of frenzy, showcasing the band in full-on assault mode.
Crossing the Rubicon – “The Sum of All Things”
Instrumental prog metallers Crossing the Rubicon have unveiled a playthrough of their latest single “The Sum of All Things”.
Time, The Valuator – “The Violent Sound”
Time, The Valuator is back with a vengeance, and a brand new music video ready to knock people right off of their feet. The natural growth and progression of the band can be seen in their third video: they brought us progressive vibes with “Elusive Reasons”, melodic vibes with “When I Meet Death”, and now expect a punch of energy, courtesy of “The Violent Sound”.
Blindwish – “The Single Word”
Blindwish have released new video for “Single Word” which is taken off their upcoming debut album Good Excuses which is released on the 1st September via Rise Records. Blindwish will capture the attention and ears of fans of bands that authored the signature rock sound of the ’00s like Taking Back Sunday and Bayside.
Nelson Can – “Break Down Your Walls”
Denmark’s Nelson Can are pleased to reveal a video for their new single “Break Down Your Walls”. A departure from their usual rock-leaning sound, the band show yet another one of their many facets in the beautifully dark and grainy music video shot on eight handheld analogue cameras. A balancing act between the grandiose and the understated, the Fleetwood Mac-reminiscent drum groove courtesy of Maria Juntunen keeps thing rolling nicely along. Bass player, Signe SigneSigne, explains of the song:
It’s about being anxious about being anxious. Anxiety is a beast with many faces and it can be really difficult to bridle if you don’t open up and tell people how you feel and start forgiving yourself for not being so goddamn perfect all the time.