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Monday Video Roundup: Wizards of Gore, Inter Arma, Miozän, Coast To Coast

Urgh, Monday. Unless you don’t work on Mondays in which case “Yay! A day with the kids out of the house so I can kick back naked on the sofa and play Xbox!”. I really should remember that my mum-in-law lives with us…

Wizards of Gore – “Grinding the Granny”

Croatian goregrind export Wizards of Gore have just released this little video featuring an actual granny dancing to one of their songs. Priceless.

Inter Arma – “The Summer Drones”

Virginia’s Inter Arma have announced new international tour dates throughout the upcoming months, including a handful in the UK with Celeste. The band will also celebrate their ten year anniversary with a hometown concert on February 18 followed by a brief US headlining run in March. Additionally, Inter Arma have shared a live full band video for the song “The Summer Drones” performed at Saint Vitus Bar on their 2016 Paradise Gallows headlining tour. The video was filmed by Frank Huang (Pit Full of Shit).

  • Apr 29 London, UK Desertfest
  • Apr 30 Leeds, UK Temple of Boom
  • May 01 Glasgow, UK Audio
  • May 02 Manchester, UK Star & Garter
  • May 03 Bristol, UK Exchange

Miozän – Surrender Denied

One week ago, Miozän’s comeback album Surrender Denied was released via Demons Run Amok Entertainment. Now the boys follow up with the video to the title track – actually the very first official video in the band’s history.

Coast To Coast – “Post Graduation”

Birmingham pop-punk band, Coast to Coast are delighted to announce their new EP The Length Of A Smile will be released on 24th March through Fox Records. Explaining the thoughts behind the song, vocalist Keiran Hyland said:

I recently graduated from university after the three best years of my life, I said goodbye to the mates I made and packed my bags up to come back home to live with my parents, and there was a sudden crushing realisation that things would likely never be the same. The lyrics are about how my time living away from home went so fast and how I took everything for granted, and now I was just back where I started three years ago. One of my favourite lyrics is “We watched a pile of letters build up on the living room floor” which refers to how you could feel a change in all the mates I had made over the three years, it was like everyone was on a bit of a downer and had realised that this experience was over.

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