Another mixed sextet banging your way on this day of rest and relaxation (well, for those of you not heading to a Krav Maga seminar – personally I intend to have very little of either…). Galactic Empire in Glasgow tonight as well. Come and say “hello” if you see me there!
Pierce The Veil – “Floral & Fading”
San Diego, CA’s Pierce The Veil is thrilled to unveil the music video for their new single “Floral And Fading”. To celebrate the video, the band hosted a special release event the other night in association with Spotify and KROQ at Paramount Drive-In Theatre in Paramount, CA. The band held a Q&A broadcast on Facebook Live for fans worldwide, before an acoustic set and private screening of the video on the drive-in big screen for lucky winners, launching simultaneously with the worldwide premiere of the video online for fans around the world.
The track is taken from the band’s latest album Misdaventures, which debuted at #4 in the Billboard Top 200 last year with 54,000 copies sold in the U.S. in its first week.
As The Sun Sleeps – “What Matters Most”
High flying Brit pop-punkers, As The Sun Sleeps, reveal their second video single “What Matters Most” from their current EP As Good As Gold.
Vodun – “Bloodstones”
We first encountered Vodun in the runup to Bloodstock 2016, first hand at least – we had posted a little about them as long ago as 2014. The have just released ‘Bloodstones’, the third video from their breakthrough debut album, Possession, along with a UK tour with Church of the Cosmic Skull and Desert Storm, including a performance at London’s Desertfest. All dates are in April:
- 12 The Phoenix, Coventry *
- 13 Trinity Centre, Bristol *
- 15 The Ruby Lounge, Manchester *
- 16 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham *
- 17 Trillians, Newcastle ** (FREE)
- 18 The Parish, Huddersfield **
- 19 The Wheatsheaf, Oxford **
- 20 The Anvil, Bournemouth **
- 28 Desertfest, London
* = With Church of the Cosmic Skull / ** = With Desert Storm
WEAK13 – “Obey The Slave”
A Band of the Day back in 2014, WEAK13 are back with a new video for their song “Obey The Slave” from their 2016 album They Live. The music video was filmed in a real English magistrates’ court and revolves around a theme of law and order. The song raises questions about authority and activism with thought provoking lyrics and proudly shouts “Don’t start a revolution. Have a revelation and share. Wake up”.
Iron Reagan – “Fuck the Neighbors”
Richmond’s Iron Reagan have shared an absolutely uproarious claymation music video for the song “Fuck the Neighbors” off of their recently released album, Crossover Ministry. Animation for the video was done by none other than Robot Chicken / Supermansion animator Johnny McHone, and depicts a claymation Iron Reagan dealing with a claymation disgruntled neighbor who is trying to bust up a house show that features a claymation circle pit, claymation destruction, and so much more.
Valeluna – “Evensong”
Texas progressive rock band Valeluna has unveiled the official music video for “Evensong”, off of their July 2016 full length release Affinity.