Monday, December 18, 2017
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Video Roundup: Brutus, Origin, Full Throttle Baby, Time For Energy, I Klatus, First Signs of Frost

Hitting you with another round of videos for your day…

Brutus – “Horde II”

Belgian trio Brutus release today the official video for “Horde II”, from their breakthrough full length debut Burst. The band continues to tour rigorously throughout the EU and UK.

Origin – “Infinitesimal To The Infinite”

US death metal band Origin premiere a new music video for the track “Infinitesimal To The Infinite”, taken from their recently released new album Unparalleled Universe, available via Agonia Records in Europe / ROW and Nuclear Blast Records in North America. The video has been recorded and directed by Sisson.

Full Throttle Baby – “Coughin’ to Death”

After two EPs between 2013 and 2014 – both available for digital on bandcamp, French hardcore’n’roll/groovy/punk rebels Full Throttle Baby are about to release their long-awaited debut full-length effort called Rock’N’Brawl this fall through Hell Prod (Directors Cut, Iron Bastards, Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel…). In waiting for the preorders launch, the band unveiled a few weeks ago a first excerpt from its upcoming album with the official music video of the single “Coughin’ To Death” available right now on YouTube thanks to the courtesy of the Hardcore Worldwide channel.

Time For Energy – “Bad Jokes Never Die”

Since 2008, Time For Energy played, as a French four-piece band born around the area of Nantes, a very exciting mix of hi-energy modern rock’n’roll, power-punk, emo/hardcore indie from the 90’s and alternative-metal called “brutal rock”. Time For Energy just unleashed its brand new official music video for the single “Bad Jokes Never Die” produced by Les Films A REACTION and available right now on YouTube.

I Klatus – “Beneath the Waves”

Chicago doom/sludge eclectics I Klatus have released the official video for “Beneath the Waves”, a track from forthcoming album Nagual Sun. I Klatus will release Nagual Sun October 13 on digital and analog (cassette) formats. The highly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s Kether is the band’s third full-length album (and fifth release overall).

First Signs of Frost – “Meat Week”

Melodic tech-rock quintet First Signs of Frost have released the video for their latest single ‘Meat Week’, taken from their latest EP The Shape Of Things To Come – out now via Basick Records. Guitarist/vocalist Owen Hughes-Holland explains:

The song itself is about the Syria crisis and the divide of people in the UK. I went out to Calais a couple of years ago and witnessed protesters waiting at the shoreline at Dover. “Meat Week” was then written from the perspective of one of the protesters, with their blind sighted, one dimensional view and sheer anger towards the people fleeing their country for survival.

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