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Monday Video Roundup: The Reticent, Bokassa, Ashland, Jessarae, Altar of Betelgeuze, In Thousand Lakes

Kicking off another ridiculously hectic week with our usual collection of new tracks for you to wrap your listening gear around.

The Reticent – “The Decision”

Progressive metal band The Reticent have released an official video for “The Decision,” a track from 2016 album On The Eve of a Goodbye.

Bokassa – “Walker Texas Danger”

Norwegian sludgy punk rockers Bokassa have recently announced the details of their first full-length album Divide & Conquer, due out on March 25th via All Good Clean Records. Clocking in at 32 minutes long, Divide & Conquer was produced by Bokassa, mixed and mastered by Morten Fjeld at Fjeld Audio and sees the Trondheim-based trio fusing elements of punk, hardcore, thrash and stoner rock.

Ashland – “No Good”

Ashland (For Fans of The Veronicas, Against the Current, and Pvris) just premiered their music video for “No Good”. It is their first single from their full length album, Wildfire (Out March 17th). Ashland teamed up with Matt Amelung (won Best Recording Studio by Riverfront Times) once again.

Jessarae – “Don’t Let Them In (London Loft Session)”

Following his UK tour last week Jessarae has today released “Don’t Let Them In”, the second video to be taken from his brand new EP The London Loft Sessions (Out 3rd March via Island Records).

Altar of Betelgeuze – “Among the Ruins”

Think you’ve heard something heavy this year? Well unless you’ve heard something by Altar of Betelgeuze, then you’ve not heard anything this heavy yet. Check out the title track from their upcoming album, due out in April through Transcending Obscurity.

In Thousand Lakes – “I Rise”

The spanish melodic death metal band In Thousand Lakes have just released their second album Age Of Decay through Xtreem Music.

Age of Decay was recorded at Chromaticity Studios. This new album means a huge step for the band where they reflect all their influences that goes from european styled death metal to heavy metal, thrash, progressive…

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