Warm up for the final weekend of Euro 2016 (or try and get the whole thing out of your head) with four new tracks from a nice cross-section of the rock and metal world.
Fire From The Gods – “Excuse Me”
Some heavy-hitting rap/metal crossover from Austin, Texas for you first. Fire From The Gods will release their Rise Records debut on August 26th. Entitled Narrative, they’ve released a first video from the album – “Excuse Me” which you can check out below. The album is available for pre-order now.
Betrayal (GER) – “Fighting Perdition”
Betrayal was founded in Germany at the beginning of 2005 and band rapidly achieved significant recognition in the region of Aschaffenburg, Bavaria. After various line-up changes and a long break thereafter, the band regrouped at the beginning of 2015. A demo tape followed later in the year and then the debut album Infinite Circles was released in June 2016. Even if their sound-range has widened since the beginnings, Betrayal remains true to death metal.
Mouses – “Hollywood”
Somewhat less exotically continental, Mouses hail from Billingham on Teeside, one saving grace of which is that at least it’s not Sunderland. After building a fierce reputation off the back of two DIY EPs, the lo-fi garage rock twosome are pleased to reveal their new single “Hollywood” which is set for release on 29th July – watch the video here. It’s the precursor to their debut full length LP, The Mouses Album, which will be out on September 23rd.
Directed by the band and filmed by front man Steven Bardgett and Hana Harrison, the video is a tongue-in-cheek take on the golden age of Hollywod silent movies featuring the band members romantically cast as a femme-fatale and screenwriter that plays with all sorts of gender stereotypes.
All Else Fails – “AntiMartyr”
The video for “AntiMartyr” brings the chapter of All Else Fail’s 2013 EP Fucktropolis to an end as they will be working on new material. More news on that when we get it.