Monday, February 19, 2018
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The Moshville Times

Saturday Video Roundup: Body Count, Wednesday 13, Heaven Shall Burn, Chaos, Fractal Universe, The Mission

You get to the end of the week, thinking “here we go… time to relax” and about 20 videos all arrive on a Friday afternoon. Really?!

Body Count – “Black Hoodie”

Ice-T’s Body Count just launched the new track “Black Hoodie” (taken from the band’s forthcoming album Bloodlust) via this explosive music video directed by Treach Tribe. Ice-T states:

This type of thing happens everyday and nobody marches or it never makes the news. The video speaks for itself.

The album’s superb. Our review should be with you shortly, but this is one to look forward to.

Wednesday 13 – “What the Night Brings”

Wednesday 13 has revealed a brand new video for “What The Night Brings”, the first track taken from his forthcoming album, Condolences which is set to land on 2nd June via new record label home, Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

Heaven Shall Burn – “Corium”

While being on the road with Korn and playing headlining shows in between, Heaven Shall Burn are excited to release their latest video for “Corium” which was produced by Iconographic. After basing the majority of the stunning artwork for their latest album, Wanderer, on striking nature photos from Island, “Corium” is taking you to breathtaking scenery of Patagonia.

Chaos – “All Against All”

India’s biggest thrash metal band Chaos have announced their second album titled All Against All and have created a professionally shot official video to kick things off in style. The video has gone viral and received rave feedback from the national media. It’s been only a couple of weeks and it has received close to 20,000 views.

Fractal Universe – “Sons of Ignorance”

French prog-metallers Fractal Universe have premiered the video to “Sons Of Ignorance”, taken from their debut album Engram of Decline which is released via Kolony Records on 14 April 2017.

The Mission – “Only You & You Alone (Feat. Martin Gore)”

The fourth video from The Mission’s critically acclaimed top forty album, Another Fall From Grace.

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Mosh

Father. Husband. Teacher of Computing. PADI divemaster. Krav Maga Practitioner. Geordie. Geek. Nerd. Metal nut. I also own and run a website - you may have heard of it.

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