Monday Video Roundup: Issues, The Doomsday Kingdom, SikTh, Homebound, SkeleToon, Riviere

Is there a big thing about Monday 13th? Or is it just Fridays? Here’s a lucky half-dozen anyway, just to be on the safe side.

Issues – “Home Soon”

Atlanta-based rock band Issues have released a new video for track “Home Soon”. “Home Soon” is taken off album Headspace which was released last summer via Rise Records. The band who are currently on tour in the US with Falling in Reverse will be heading back to the UK to play at Download Festival this June.

The Doomsday Kingdom – “A Spoonful Of Darkness”

On April 7th, The Doomsday Kingdom will release their self-titled debut album. With this first studio masterpiece, including eight haunting doom metal tracks with a pinch of NWOBHM. Now the time has come for Leif Edling (Candlemass, Avatarium) and his bringers of darkness to show the first official lyric video for the cataclysmic new song “A Spoonful Of Darkness”.

SikTh – “No Wishbones”

To coincide with the start of their UK & European tour with Trivium which began on Saturday, SikTh has premiered their first new single and lyric video for “No Wishbones”. Vocalist Mikee Goodman says:

I think SikTh fans old and new will love this new tune, it has a lot of intricacy instrumentally and vocally, with a nice blend of extremes and melody.

Homebound – “Broken Reverie”

Farnham pop punk quartet Homebound have released their third EP, The Mould You Build Yourself Around, via Rude Records – we featured a track-by-track of the EP recently. Having already released singles “Headspace”, “Distrait” and “Sonder”, the band are also celebrating the EP’s release by unveiling the video for “Broken Reverie”.

SkeleToon – “Mooncry”

Skeletoon have released the official videoclip for their first single “Mooncry”. It’s from their debut album Ticking Clock which you can pre-order now.

Riviēre – “Symbol”

Acclaimed French post-prog metal band Riviēre have released their new music video for track “Symbol”, taken from their stunning debut LP Heal, out now via Basick Records.

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