Saturday, September 26, 2020
GIK Acoustics - Europe
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The Moshville Times

Friday Video Roundup: Snakewine, Evenline, Septa, The Mute Gods

Friday already? Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? Or up to your eyeballs on pain meds anyway… (ouch)

Snakewine (feat. Saalfeld Titans) – “Mean Machine”

Muscle-packed action, litres of hot sweat, crispy cheerleader girls and wonderfully hard rock sound – all this can be seen in the new music video “Mean Machine” by Snakewine.

Evenline – “Straitjacket”

Evenline are back and will release their new album In Tenebris next January. Darker than their first album, In Tenebris displays lyrics that reflect darkness, dealing with affective aspects of daily relationships and the band’s own imaginary world.

Septa – “11th: Omen”

Septa is a four-piece alternative metal band from Odessa, Ukraine. Humbly considering themselves as ‘alternative rock’ they constantly fill their music with experiments, influenced by other genres, such as mathcore, post-metal and electronica.

Find out how that all works out in their newly-released video:

The Mute Gods – “Nightschool For Idiots”

The Mute Gods, the band from the mind of renowned bassist, chapman stick player & vocalist Nick Beggs alongside Roger King (Steve Hackett) & Marco Minnemann, released their debut album do nothing till you hear from me earlier this year to much acclaim. They also picked up the Vanguard award at this year’s Progressive Music Awards in London, this past September. To cap off a busy first year of existence for The Mute Gods, they are now launching a video for the track “Night School For Idiots”.

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