Saturday, February 17, 2018
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The Moshville Times

Friday Video Roundup: Palm Reader, Soen, Time The Valuator, Blameshift

Beer night!

Palm Reader – “Always Darkest”

Palm Reader have dropped this new video to celebrate the start of their February tour – the band are on the road right now. Please note:

IT IS ABSOLUTELY IMPERATIVE THAT YOU WARN VIEWERS OF THE INTENSE AMOUNT OF FLASHING STROBE LIGHTING IN THIS VIDEO”

Done.

Soen – “Lucidity”

Soen, the progressive group featuring the otherworldly driven drumming of Martin Lopez (formerly of Amon Amarth and Opeth) and the dynamic voice of Joel Ekelöf (Willowtree), have been taking another trip into uncharted waters for the past few months at Ghostward Studios and Deepwell, Stockholm, Sweden. Their new album Lykaia came out last week.

The band just announced their European tour, which will include a London show on 1st April at Islington Academy 2.

Time, The Valuator – “When I Meet Death”

Time, The Valuator is right back at it again, with a brand new single, “When I Meet Death”, premiering now. This time around the group is showcasing a more relaxed, almost eerie vibe with the track: from the title, to the lyrics, the haunting piano melodies and soaring vocals, to the setting of the video, everything about this single flows perfectly and never fails to send chills running down the listener’s spine.

Blameshift – “Monster”

Long Island, NY based rock band Blameshift have premiered the music video for their single “Monster”. The video, directed by Eric Schneider, coined the hashtag #iamamonster, showing the dirty path of a dollar bill, making a monster out of everyone it encounters.

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Mosh

Father. Husband. Teacher of Computing. PADI divemaster. Krav Maga Practitioner. Geordie. Geek. Nerd. Metal nut. I also own and run a website - you may have heard of it.

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