Friday Video Roundup: Wormrot, Vyces, State of Mine, SEELE

End of the week and time to let your hair down. If you have any.

Wormrot – “Fallen into Disuse”

Living in a country that executes more of its citizens than any other in the world helps to maintain the rage and anxiety that fuels the best grind. After a 4 year hiatus the hottest name in grindcore is back with a much awaited third studio album. Voices offers up 20 ferocious slabs of punk-fueled grind of the highest calibre. Feral grindcore in the grand tradition of early Earache releases like Napalm Death, Brutal Truth and Terrorizer.

Hailing from Singapore, Wormrot are Earache’s first ever signing from the East, having risen to prominence via series of primitive underground releases. You can pre-order the album through Amazon (sponsored links) on [amazon text=CD&asin=B01I0MUL26], [amazon text=vinyl&asin=B01I0MULFI] and [amazon text=download&asin=B01IW2G6YQ] with a release date of October 14th.

Vyces – “Devil”

Los Angeles, California independent hard rock band Vyces have dropped their video for their single “Devil” from the band’s upcoming debut EP due out this October.

State of Mine – “Curtain Call”

Michigan Metal band State of Mine have released the official video for “Curtain Call”, the second single off their sophomore EP, Devil In Disguise. The EP was produced by BJ Perry at Wall of Sound Studio and the video by Kyle Hopkins. Devil In Disguise drops September 15 but is available to pre-order [amazon text=via Amazon&asin=B01JURKNNM] now.

SEELE – “Kun Mieli Mustuu”

Finnish rock-metal act Seele just revealed a lyric video for track “Kun Mieli Mustuu”, which is included on the Jos Vain Kaiken Jättäisin debut album, [amazon text=released earlier this year&asin=B01DTNQKSA].

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