Weekend Part Two: The Saturday.
In Flames – “The Truth”
Following their thrilling first-person shooter inspired video, Swedish metal visionaries In Flames return with their next video. “The Truth” was also directed by Patric Ullaeus and follows the same story line as the previous video, throwing the viewer into a dark world of virtual reality.
The track comes off In Flames’ 12th studio album Battles, out on November 11 via Nuclear Blast and which can now be pre-ordered at Amazon (if you want to support this site): [amazon text=CD&asin=B01LZJPHWW] / [amazon text=CD (ltd ed)&asin=B01LZJP6V8] / [amazon text=vinyl&asin=B01M1SVNEL]
Source – “Memories Of Yesterday”
Coinciding with Friday’s release of Return to Nothing on Pavement Entertainment, Colorado’s Source have released an official music video for new single “Memories of Yesterday”.
Such Gold – “Gut Rot”
Rochester, NY based punk band Such Gold have released a lyric video for the remixed & remastered version of their song “Gut Rot”, taken from the band’s Pedestals reissue. Originally released in 2010, Pedestals was Such Gold’s second EP. The reissue features all six tracks from the EP, along with all songs from their splits with Into It. Over It. and A Loss For Words.
Heaven Below – “Renegade Protest Movement”
Heaven Below, the current project of Union Underground/Lita Ford guitarist Patrick Kennison has released the video for “Renegade Protest Movement”, the first single from their upcoming LP Good Morning Apocalypse, in stores on the 14th of October.