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Wednesday Video Roundup: Davey Suicide, Dreaming Awake, Downcast Collision, Harker, Hometruths, Bonesteel

Another midweek collection courtesy of your very tired Editor-in-Chief!

Davey Suicide – “Too Many Freaks (feat. Twiztid)”

Rock band Davey Suicide has released the official video for the debut single “Too Many Freaks (Feat. Twiztid)” off of their upcoming LP Made From Fire. Due out March 24, Made From Fire was co-produced by keyboardist Needlz and Charles Kallaghan Massabo.

Dreaming Awake – “Friction (feat. Jeremy Gilmore of Sycamour)” 

Imminence Records had to fight off harmless diamondbacks, but they have welcomed Arizona’s metalcore outfit Dreaming Awake to the family. In preparation for their eleven track barrage on the ears in the form of Friction Lives, the band has released the lead single entitled “Friction”. The single also features guest vocals from Sycamour’s Jeremy Gilmore, who is joined by Dillon Jones of Incredible Me as guest vocalists on the album.

Downcast Collision – “Overthrown”

Dark and modern metal band Downcast Collision came to life in another dimension in space and time. By chance its members were cast down to collide with this universe. Here the laws of nature work differently, which makes the band feel misplaced and angry. Finding ways to release their anger and to get back their sense of belonging again in this new environment, they found a way to express themselves through music. As part of the release of their album Rise Up, they have now released a video for the track “Overthrown”.

Harker – “Somewhere Better”

Indie punks Harker have revealed details of an extended version of their A Lifetime Apart EP. Originally released in November 2015, this compilation-style reissue will feature four additional tracks and is set to be released this coming Friday (24th Feb) through Fixing A Hole Records.

Hometruths – “Genocide”

Manchester musical activists Hometruths have revealed a new single and music video for the song “Genocide”. Taken from their debut EP Open Your Eyes, set for release on 3 March 2017 via CI Records, “Genocide” delivers a rapid emphatic punch of in-your-face hardcore, where the band’s outspoken disappointment and anger at the wealth, corruption and greed in government is fully emphasised.

Bonesteel – “Epitome Of Infamy”

The alternative metal band, Bonesteel have premiered their music video “Epitome of Infamy”. The band explains:

We feel that ‘Epitome’ is a great first impression of us. Lyrically, it speaks of a protagonist embracing the adversity they had to overcome. This is a story from the perspective of someone who was made out to be a villain, but their story was never heard. Everyone tries to be the hero, but there are times that you’re painted as the villain. We feel this topic is underrepresented, but at the same time is widely experienced by everyone.

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