The end of our half term week off up here in sunny (I dunno, maybe, I’m writing this a week in advance) Glasgow. Back to the grind come Monday. Time to wallow in some musical goodness to take the mind off it. You’re getting two roundups today as I try to clear a ridiculous backlog! Check back this evening for another half dozen.
A New Nowhere – “You and Me”
A new band, a new video and… A New Nowhere. “You and Me” is the debut single from the Newcastle group and is out today through Sound-Hub Records. I confess that I’m putting the video up top partly as I’m a relocated Geordie and watching it made me homesick! Cracking tune to go with the visuals though.
GraVil – “Decommissioned”
With fire and no fear on their side, 2017 sees Gravil rise from the big smoke with the release of their new album No More Forgiveness on 5th May. Before the album drops, the band pulls no punches with the introduction of lead track “Decommissioned” (as featured on the latest Metal Hammer covermount CD).
Everybody Panic! – “Our Last Goodbye (live)”
CaviGold Records rockers Everybody Panic! release their self-made live video of the song “Our Last Goodbye” that was filmed recently while on tour with Mushroomhead.
Sleazer – “Faded Dream”
Sleazer is a new heavy metal band from Italy, that will seduce all fans of Enforcer, Cauldron, Axxion, Skull Fist. They have unleashed their first official video for the song “Faded Dream” taken from the upcoming album Fall Into Disgrace which is to be released on Feb 20th, 2017 on Inferno Records.
The Final Clause of Tacitus – “Give Them Blood”
With less than a week to go before the release of their new EP, Peace In Chaos, Reading rap/funk genre blenders The Final Clause Of Tacitus are pleased to reveal the music video to their current single, “Give Them Blood”. With a video that shows both the band’s on-stage performance and a storyline with a mystery element to it, The Final Clause of Tacitus have found another way to capture the attention of the music loving masses.
When We Were Wolves – “The Gift Of Hating Me”
South Wales five-piece When We Were Wolves return with their first new track in three years, “The Gift Of Hating Me”. With a band name that is apt now more than ever, the track and video embodies the wolf-spirit showcasing ferocious, wild and abrasive growls, sheer brute-force and gore, juxtaposed by emotional vulnerability seen in soft melodic vocals and intricate guitar work.