Monday Video Roundup: …And The Hangnails, Hemotoxin, Isotopes, Selfmachine, Saille, Sleeptalking

Almost the last batch of videos hung over from last week’s email troubles. Fingers crossed the digital telecoms gods are back on our side…

…And The Hangnails – “Don’t Waste My Time”

With plans for a full-length and extensive touring through Spring and Summer, …And The Hangnails have released the new single “Don’t Waste My Time” through all usual digital retailers.

To accompany the single release, the band have also shared an interactive virtual-reality video.

Hemotoxin – “Bleak Prognosis”

Progressive Death/Thrash Outfit Hemotoxin have released the official video for “Bleak Prognosis”, a song from their album Biological Enslavement.

Isotopes – “Legend Of George Brett”

The Isotopes go full-blown Wayne’s World in their new video for “Legend Of George Brett” as they pay homage to Baseball-Hall-Of-Famer, George Brett, and the infamous Las Vegas poop-his-pants incident. It ain’t a party ’til your pants have been destroyed! Party on!

Selfmachine – “Giddy-Up!”

Selfmachine’s sophomore album Societal Arcade is finally out via Wormholedeath / The Orchard, Aural Music and Carlo Bellotti Publishing US. To celebrate this event, the band has just released the official video for the song “Giddy-Up!”, the third track taken from Societal Arcade.

Saille – “Prometheus”

Belgian Black metal band Saille have revealed their video for “Prometheus”. The track is taken from their new album Gnosis which is out now via Code666. WARNING – the video contains mild gore and some boobs.

Sleeptalking – “Professional Dreamer”

Sleeptalking are a Bristol 5-piece who grew up on Britpop and are influenced by grunge revival bands such as Kagoule and Tigerclub, but Sleeptalking’s sound is something that’s more colourful and sassy with a big element of alt-rock, reminiscent of Jane’s Addiction, but mixed with a dreamier, more psych sound.

“Professional Dreamer” is out now (and streaming on: Spotify / Soundcloud) and taken from the band’s debut Oh Isn’t It Strange EP (out 21 April).

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