Monday, August 20, 2018
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Friday Video Roundup: No Zodiac, Deathless Legacy, Every Stranger Looks Like You, The Anchor

Definitely a bit of a mixture today with a couple of tracks a little different from the norm. Nice to mix it up on a Friday!

No Zodiac – “Santisima Muerte”

“Santisima Muerte” is the first single taken from No Zodiac’s third album Altars Of Impurity, the follow up to 2015’s Eternal Misery. Altars of Impurity is an all out metal assault fusing the seriously ferocious tone of classic death metal with the power of modern deathcore and also has guest features from Trevor Stnrad of Black Dahlia Murder and Karebear of Suburban Scum.

The album is slated for release on April 7th.

Deathless Legacy – “Witches’ Brew”

Italian horror metalheads Deathless Legacy are proud to officially present their new official videoclip for “Witches’ Brew”. Directed by Andrea Falaschi, Deathless Legacy’s drummer (The Necromancer), the video was recorded at Villa Webb, set in Bagni di Lucca (LU), residence of Lord Byron himself and location of the Museo dell’Impossibile”, developed by Christian Alpini.

“Witches’ Brew” is the second official release from Deathless Legacy’s third album Dance With Devils, to be released via Scarlet Records on January 27th.

Every Stranger Looks Like You – “Catharsis (Self-Help)”

After 4 years of playing shows in Belgium, as well as Germany, France, England, Switzerland and Austria Every Stranger Looks Like You have finally written their debut record, which they baptised Bluest Shade Of Black. The record will consist of 13 tracks and draws influences from genres such as grunge/hardcore/noise/sludge/… to bring something entirely new to the table.


The Anchor – “The Hardest Part”

Female-fronted metalcore outfit The Anchor is premiering their new music video titled “The Hardest Part” off their recent full length release A World Ahead. Vocalist Linzey Rae, most notably known for her Metal Kitchen parody videos where she takes lyrics from today’s most popular metalcore artists and turns them into cooking instructions, talked about the meaning behind the song:

I lost my mom to drug addiction. One of the most difficult lessons in life is realizing that you can’t always change or save someone. The hardest part is letting go and saying goodbye. This song is a testament to forgiving through pain, remembering the best in people, and letting go of resentment. We can only be free when we find forgiveness for those who have hurt us most.

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