Friday. At last. This “going full time” lark may be good for the bank balance, but it’s a killer so far as free time and not being exhausted is concerned…
Unreal Terror – “Time Bomb”
“Time Bomb” is taken from Unreal Terror‘s forthcoming new album entitled The New Chapter out on Jolly Roger Records on CD, LP (first 100 copies “bone” wax) and digital, on 6th October.
The New Chapter contains ten brand new songs whose style echoes classic heavy metal tradition, but with a modern perspective.
Never Found – “Come To Me”
Never Found have revealed the new video for “Come To Me”, lifted from their explosive forthcoming EP The Human Condition, out 6th October. Watch “Come To Me” below and look out as the post-hardcore crew tour this Autumn. You can catch them on these dates:
- 4-10-17: Swansea, the pit
- 5-10-17: Bristol, Mothers Ruin
- 6-10-17: London, Surya (EP launch show)
- 7-10-17: Manchester, Rebellion
- 8-10-17: Birmingham, Subside (free show)
Archspire – “Calamus Will Animate”
Archspire are premiering the fourth mind-blowing new track taken from their forthcoming album, Relentless Mutation, which has been scheduled for release on September 22nd. The song “Calamus Will Animate” is presented in the form of an insane karaoke video!
Killing Volts – “Never Insecure”
A few days after the official release of their debut EP Why Should I Say Yes?, Killing Volts (power-action rock from Geneva, Switzerland included members of The Black Widow’s Project) just unleashed a new official music video for the song “Never Insecure”.
Like it? Stream the whole EP on Bandcamp!
Exarsis – “General Guidance”
Greek thrash metallers Exarsis have published a new video for the track “General Guidance”, which is taken off the band’s fourth and upcoming album, New War Order, out on October 20th.
Cloakroom – “Big World”
Northwest Indiana’s Cloakroom have shared a new video for album track “Big World”. Directed by Cloakroom bassist Robert Markos, the clip evokes a child-led pagan ritual, unexpectedly finding a parallel in the trio’s unique amalgam of smotheringly heavy sonics, gauzy textures, and forlorn melodies.