The week begins anew and we’ve got more videos for you to watch.
Danzig – “Last Ride”
Danzig releases the new video for “Last Ride”. Directed by Danzig himself. Danzig’s first album of all new material in 7 years, Black Laden Crown is out now and Sheggs was rather taken with it.
The Haunted – “Monuments”
Swedish thrash metallers The Haunted have just released their new, 9th studio album entitled Strength In Numbers worldwide via Century Media Records. Furthermore, The Haunted are revealing a lyric-video (created by Cloud Music Typography) for the album’s final track “Monuments” today, which you can check out below.
Namazu – “Bactine”
Sludge/stoner metal band Namazu, have revealed an awesome new video for their song “Bactine”. The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Works Cited which will be released on September 29th 2017 via Typhoon Killer Records.
Earth Electric – “Mountains & Conquerors (Pt. 2)”
Earth Electric are now premiering the first video for a song taken from the band’s current debut album, ‘Vol.1: Solar’. The enigmatic clip for “Mountains & Conquerors (Pt.2)” has been brilliantly visualised by Romanian artist Costin Chioreanu. Earth Electric comment:
We are proud to finally present our first video for a song taken from our debut Vol.1 Solar. The clip has been brought to life by our long-time friend and collaborator, Costin Chioreanu. Together, we have created a spaced out fun journey with an underlying strong symbolic theme. Open your mind and overcome the obstacles in your way! Enjoy!
Vox Tristanum – “Stop”
Vox Tristanum is a new groove metal project formed in 2017 by former members of Slovakian band Tristana. Christian Vidal known from the band Therion joined the project as a lead guitar player. The project has released a debut music video “Stop“.
The Lords of Altamont – “Going Downtown”
Los Angeles two-wheeled rockers The Lord of Altamont unleash their new video “Going Downtown” exclusively at Shindig! Magazine, ahead of the release of their sixth album on Heavy Psych Sounds. The band comments on the “Going Downtown” video shooting:
The new Lords Of Altamont video was shot at our favorite beach club in Italy, Hana-bi in Marina di Ravenna! The video was directed by Dani Sin’s very talented brother Angelo Sindaco. We drove the beach goers insane playing Going Downtown extremely loud over and over, while they tried to sun bathe and sip cool drinks!