Tuesday Video Roundup: Grave Digger, Third Ion, Area 11, Zornheym

As well as the four videos below, our “12 Songs of Xmas” kicks off today but you’ll have to check back this evening to hear the first in that series! See if these will tide you over until then…

Grave Digger – “Call For War”

Less than two weeks after dropping the video for the title track from their forthcoming album (Healed By Metal, January 13th through Napalm Records), Grave Digger follow it up with a lyric video for the song “Call For War”. It doesn’t get more metal than this!

Third Ion – “Cosmic Delusion”

Third Ion, featuring former members of The Devin Townsend Band, Into Eternity and Annihilator, have released a lyric video for “Cosmic Delusion”, a track from sophomore album BiolithBiolith was released on July 8 on Glasstone Records.

Area 11 – “After The Flags”

Area 11 kicked off their UK headline tour on Friday. To mark the occasion they have unveiled their new music video “After The Flags”. They have also released acoustic versions of three tracks from this year’s sophomore album Modern Synthesis, in the form of their Let It Resonate EP. You can pick the EP up from a bunch of locations all handily indexed by the band for you.

The remaining dates, (Glasgow tonight!) with Boy Jumps Ship and Fort Hope in support, are:

  • 13th Dec – Glasgow King Tuts
  • 14th Dec – Birmingham Asylum 2
  • 15th Dec – London O2 Academy Islington
  • 17th Dec – Bristol Thekla

Zornheym – “The Opposed”

Zornheym is a symphonic extreme metal band based in Stockholm – founded and led by multi-instrumental mastermind and songwriter Zorn. After parting ways with his former band, he was determined to shake up the traditional “metal meets symphony” approach with his new band Zornheym. Drawing inspirations from the likes of King Diamond, Dissection and Dimmu Borgir; the music contains elements ranging from melodic to crushingly heavy sound portrayed by the wide array of instrumental textures.

The band has already come up with two singles – “The Opposed” and “A Silent God” – via Non Serviam Records, and you can check the former out below.

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