Monday Video Roundup (From Sorrow To Serenity, Hotei, Youth Man, Post-Mortem)

With it being the school holidays, I’ve spent a lot of the day trying to avoid playing dollies with my 3 year old and failing miserably. As such I didn’t get a chance to sit down and deluge you with metallic video goodness until early evening. Enjoy! Normal service will resume once we’ve determined what is normal anyway.

From Sorrow To Serenity – “Illusive”

To make up for the peace and quiet you’ve probably suffered all day, wrap your lugs around some technical death metal courtesy of Glasgow’s From Sorrow To Eternity. Their debut full-length album Remnant of Humanity is out on April 22nd and they’re playing a launch show at the Cathouse that evening to celebrate.

Hotei – “Move It”

Featuring Rammstein’s Richard Z. Kruspe, this single comes from Hotei’s debut UK album, Strangers, which is out now. Other guests on the album include Matt Tuck, Iggy Pop and Shea Seger.

Youth Man – “Fat Dead Elvis”

Birmingham noise-punk trio Youth Man release their new EP Wax on 1st July 2016. ALl three tracks were recorded “live” in a single session and you can get your first sample below.

Post-Mortem – “Spine Trophy”

Finishing with some “traditional” death metal from France, we have a track from February’s God With Horns.

Header image by Kim Støvring and used under CC license.

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