Saturday Video Roundup: Evyltyde, The Tossers, Secret Space, Be Like Pablo, Obituary, As Lions

Now our email issues seem to be resolved, I’ve had a sudden deluge of delayed items for inclusion! Anything not up by Monday night probably got lost – feel free to resend.

Evyltyde – “Eye For An Eye”

Evyltyde are excited to announce their new music video for the song “Eye For An Eye” from the forthcoming album Rising! The album will be available worldwide on all major digital platforms from March 27th but you can pre-order your copy now on CD from their official site.

The Tossers – “Erin Go Bragh”

With their new album, Smash The Windows, in-stores now, The Tossers have released a lyric video for the politically charged anthem “Erin Go Bragh”. “Our voices resound through the halls of the town, all the way to the President’s door,” lashes vocalist Tony Duggins on the current policies of American immigration.

For me personally and others in the band, we have grandparents from Ireland. We grew up in Chicago, which has attracted a lot of workers from all over the world, not just the Irish, but Italian, Polish, Mexican immigrants and more. It’s always been a part of our lives. The footage in the video is important because it has a lot to do with the song – it reflects what is going on in this country.

Secret Space – “Safety Not Guaranteed”

Toledo-based alternative band Secret Space has released the third single from their forthcoming album The Window Room Part 2; Lost in a Dream (out now), a reimagined and stripped down version of their debut album on Equal Vision Records. “Safety Not Guaranteed” is a special bonus song that did not originally appear on the first incarnation of The Window Room, but was recently written out of a need for a softer opener in their live set.

Be Like Pablo – “There She is”

“’There She Is’ is the best Be Like Pablo song to date,” says lead songwriter, Ewen Watson, of the mischievous Scottish band. A bold statement to make for a band with a consistent record of quality music behind them, but not an exaggerated one in this case. With influences like The Rentals, and The Cars, the band’s interest in retro imagery and sounds are prominent in the track, yet their trademark Moog synths, and fuzzy power chords help to underline the narrative that runs throughout “There She Is”.

Obituary – “Ten Thousand Ways To Die”

Yesterday marked the official release of death metal legends Obituary’s self-titled new album via Relapse Records. Long-time fan Beze was suitably impressed… The album can be streamed in its entirety via Obituary’s official Bandcamp page and all streaming services. In celebration of the release, the band has also shared an animated music video for “Ten Thousand Ways To Die” directed by Balázs Gróf who previously animated their video for “Violence”.

As Lions – “One By One”

Ahead of their upcoming London headline show, UK five piece As Lions have unveiled the video to their brand new single “One By One” – out now on Eleven Seven Music.

Filmed underground in Manchester, and with the metal 5-piece’s rip-roaring performance at its heart, the video’s narrative conveys the themes of metamorphosis, shedding your skin and ultimately embracing who you really are.

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