Sunday, February 18, 2018
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The Moshville Times

Friday Video Roundup BONUS BUNCH: Motionless in White, Arch Enemy, Life of Agony, Aaron Keylock, Matter of Mind, Mother’s Cake

As ever, we’re getting more stuff in than we can handle, and a couple of prime pieces came in late in the day. It’s a shame to have you all waiting…

Motionless In White – “LOUD (F*ck It)”

Motionless In White have unveiled a new video for “LOUD (F*ck It)” taken from their forthcoming album, Graveyard Shift, set for release via Roadrunner Records on 5th May. The album artwork was picked by running a competition and selected from over 2000 entrants. The contest’s winner, Crystal Johnson, created the album’s cover as well as other elements in the album package.

The album also features a guest appearance from Korn’s frontman, Jonathan Davis, who lends his vocals to “Necessary Evil”. You can pre-order the album from various sources and get three tracks immediately.

Arch Enemy – “Nemesis (Live at Wacken 2016)”

Extreme metal giants Arch Enemy have now launched a live video for “Nemesis”, filmed at Wacken 2016 and taken from their upcoming live DVD/Blu-ray As The Stages Burn! which will be released on March 31st, 2017.

Life of Agony – “A Place Where There’s No More Pain”

Brooklyn hard rock legends Life of Agony have completed work on their new album and Napalm Records debut A Place Where There’s No More Pain, which will be released on April 28th. Check out the first video offering for the album’s title track “A Place Where There’s No More Pain”. The video was directed by Leigh Brooks of Firebelly Films and was shot predominantly in Hamburg, Germany with a few shots from the London show on LOA’s recent European tour.

Aaron Keylock – “No Matter What The Cost (Acoustic)”

Aaron Keylock has revealed his new video for the acoustic version of “No Matter What The Cost”, taken from his acclaimed debut album Cut Against the Grain, released in January on Provogue/Mascot Label Group (Joe Bonamassa, Black Stone Cherry, Monster Truck, Big Jesus).

Matter Of Mind – “Far Too Wrong”

Sounding like the distant relatives of Biffy Clyro and Royal Blood, Matter Of Mind have engineered a sound that merges hooky choruses with expansive and inventive guitar work, and a beefy rhythm section that will blow the roof right off. The Northerners release the single “Far Too Wrong” today (Friday 3rd March).

Mother’s Cake – “Black Roses”

Founded in 2008, the Austrian rock trio Mother’s Cake released their third studio album, No Rhyme No Reason, in late January.  New single “Black Roses” neatly encapsulates the overall sound of Mother’s Cake.

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