Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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Video Roundup: The Cadillac Three, Josh Todd and the Conflict, Majora, Bereft of Light, Gallery Circus

Featuring an eclectic mix, have some videos for today!

The Cadillac Three – “Demolition Man”

Fast-rising Southern rockers The Cadillac Three bring their video game-inspired video for “Demolition Man”. It’s taken from upcoming album Legacy and you can expect a fresh batch of Southern tunes that only those Nashville boys can do…

Josh Todd & The Conflict – “Rain”

Josh Todd & The Conflict unveil the powerful, new music video for the track, “Rain’, taken from their debut album, Year of the Tiger, out September 15th. Speaking on the video, Todd states:

The concept is a bunch of gangsters get robbed by some fake DEA agents and throughout the video the gangsters find out who did it, hunt them down and kill them all. We picked some iconic locations in downtown LA to shoot and being a California native it was very cool for me. Wanted it to look like a short film and Billy captured all that and then some. Enjoy!

Majora – “Aphotic”

Progressive post-rock outfit Majora to the fore of the Australian music scene with new single Aphotic, the first taste of a new EP of the same name, due for release Friday September 15 through Bird’s Robe Records.

Bereft of Light – “Tarziu”

Bereft of Light, the Cascadian Black Metal project of Daniel Neagoe, artist know from his work in Shape of Despair, Clouds or Eye of Solitude among many other, recently released its debut album, Hoinar, in collaboration with Loud Rage Music. An official lyric video for Tarziu, one of the tracks featured on Hoinar, is now available for your viewing/listening pleasure.

Gallery Circus – “Sugar”

Kickstarting an exciting new chapter today, Newcastle twin brothers Gallery Circus unshackle their darkly seductive music video “Sugar” (contains some nudity). Blues-ridden, electrifying, and infectious, the track is taken from forthcoming EP Chi-Town Dogs which is out now on Killing Moon.

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