Sunday Video Roundup: Silverstein, Dead Man’s Chest, Theocracy, Forever Still

Four tasty titbits to get your teeth into before the Sunday roast comes out of the oven…

Silverstein – “Ghost”

Silverstein have released a video for new song “Ghost” and will be back in the UK this winter for the Rise Up tour with Memphis May Fire, The Devil Wears Prada and Like Moths To Flames.

Dead Man’s Chest – “Burden to Bear”

Shortly after the release of their new full-length Violent Days, Dead Man’s Chest release a new video for track two – “Burden to Bear”.

Theocracy – “Ghost Ship”

The Athens, Georgia-based melodic metal band Theocracy just released a music video for the title track from their highly anticipated new album Ghost Ship. The album will be released on October 28th in Europe and North America through Ulterium Records.

Forever Still – “Save Me”

On October 21st, the Danish high flyers Forever Still unleash their debut album Tied Down – an album filled with haunting hymns, as demonstrated in their new single “Save Me”. Singer Maja Shining explains:

Some days things just don’t feel right and “Save Me” was written on one of those days. When we wrote and recorded it, we wanted it to sound very stripped down and fragile, so when it was time to make the music video, it felt natural to keep that feeling in there as well. We are both huge fans of indie movies and we wanted the music video to have that kind of unedited, real life feel to it. I feel like we achieved, what we set out to do and that the video marries really well with the lyrics and music.

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