Thursday Video Roundup: Chrome Molly, Sanctuary, Aephanemer, Sleep Signals

Is that… just over there. Can you see it? Just in the distance but getting closer? Yes… yes. It’s Friday! So close and yet so far!

Chrome Molly – “Can’t Be Afraid Of The Dark”

Chrome Molly’s new album Hoodoo Voodoo is out now so everyone can grab their copy, turn up the volume and join in. You can even learn some moves from the boys by watching their new thrilling video for “Can’t Be Afraid Of The Dark” that comes along with the release of their 6th studio album. Says singer Steve Hawkins:

We wanted to make an album that made us feel like we did in the ‘80’s, one that you can turn up in the car and sing along and play air drums and guitar to.

Sanctuary – “Dream Of The Incubus (Demo 1986)”

Century Media Records and legendary US metal act Sanctuary have teamed up to release Inception, a collection of presumed lost 1986 studio recordings, on February 24, 2017.

Magically restored, remixed and remastered by Zeuss (Queensrÿche, Hatebreed), Sanctuary now presents another track taken from this release, the previously unreleased “Dream Of The Incubus”! Guitarist Lenny Rutledge comments:

“Dream Of The Incubus was one of those forgotten Sanctuary songs. It’s awesome to see it finally get released. I believe we only played “Incubus” live one time. This video footage was from our first Seattle show in the late 80s at a venue called The OZ. The introduction at the beginning is Jeff Gilbert from the radio show Brain Pain. Jeff was a huge help to Sanctuary and many other Seattle bands from that time frame.

Aephanemer – “Memento Mori”

French melodic death metal musicians Aephanemer have released an official video for the song 2Memento Mori”, taken from the band’s eponymous debut album, released on September 16th, 2016 via Primeval Records. This video was shot by director Cédric Gleyal of Uriprod Video.

Sleep Signals – “I’ll Save You”

Founded in 2014, Sleep Signals have garnered a dedicated following through relentless touring, their explosive live performances, and their ability to blend catchy hooks with their high-energy songwriting style. Since hitting the road in early 2015, the band has played more than 125 shows in twenty-five states, building a solid fan base across the country.

They’ve just premiered their new music video for “I’ll Save You” off of their upcoming EP due out mid 2017.

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