Monday Video Roundup: Lower Than Atlantis, Doom’s Day, Eternal Deformity, Cover Your Tracks

Krav grading passed, and time to rattle off Monday’s videos before I collapse and die.

Lower Than Atlantis – “Dumb”

Lower Than Atlantis are proud to announce their fifth album, Safe In Sound to be released on 3rd February 2017 via Easy Life Records / Red Essential. The new track “Dumb” was played exclusively on the BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show as Dan P Carter’s Rockest Record and fans are now able to view a special 360° video shot at YouTube’s studios in central London.

The band will also tour the UK in March 2017.

Doom’s Day – “Witch Finders”

Here’s a video Doom’s Day shot a few weeks ago. They made it to honor the memory of friend and guitarist François Breton. There are some personal Easter eggs, which represent Frank’s musical journey through his life. The song features on upcoming album The Whore.

Eternal Deformity – “Sweet Isolation”

Polish genre benders Eternal Deformity have just shared a new music video for “Sweet Isolation”, taken from the band’s forthcoming sixth album No Way Out, due out on November 18th via Temple of Torturous Records.

Cover Your Tracks – “Cages”

Atlanta-based metal band Cover Your Tracks has unveiled their video for “Cages”. The song is the second single from the band’s debut album Fever Dream.

An up-close look at Cover Your Tracks’ dynamic live show, the “Cages” video features gritty and riveting footage shot on their recent US tour supporting Ice Nine Kills. As vocalist Paul Rose explains, the song explores the negative impact of technology on human relationships.

We could be really damaging the way we interact and not even know it. I understand how helpful it is and I’m a hundred percent for technological progress—but just like everything, there must be a balance: no good without bad, no good without evil.

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