Tuesday Video Roundup: Northlane, Malevolence, Cry My Name, Create To Inspire, Capibara, System Of Hate

No time for niceties. Here’s some vids…

Northlane – “Citizen”

Northlane have released their new single “Citizen”, which was recorded by David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, A Day To Remember, Paramore) at his studio in New Jersey. The video for “Citizen” was filmed by Jason Eshragian. The track premiered as a world exclusive on the Radio 1 Rock show.

Malevolence – “Slave To Satisfaction”

Following the success of their debut album Reign Of Suffering, UK hardcore-metal mob Malevolence return with the video for new track “Slave To Satisfaction”, the first single to be taken from the band’s highly anticipated follow-up album, Self Supremacy.

Cry My Name – “Recover”

Cry My Name just released a video to the brand-new Song “Recover” from upcoming album Reflections. The video was shot with the cooperation of Daniel Pries of Lion Fighter Productions.

Create To Inspire – “Adjust”

Melodic hardcore outfit Create To Inspire have released the video for their single “Adjust”, the first taste of their forthcoming debut album Sickness which is due for release on the 26th May 2017 via Basick Records. You can catch the band around the UK over the next week.

  • 21.03 – Mulberry Tavern – Sheffield
  • 22.03 – The Garage Attic – Glasgow
  • 23.03 – The Sanctuary – Basingstoke
  • 24.03 – Hobo’s – Bridgend
  • 25.03 – Raffs Bar – Wellingborough

Capibara – “The Day Mr. Burns Stole The Sun”

We’d like to introduce Belgium’s freshest faces Capibara. Despite their short history as a band they’ve already managed to create an interesting sound combining the very best elements of grunge and garage rock. The first single’s a dreamy hit about the day Mr Burns robbed Springfield of its sunlight. It screams 90’s slacker rock all over and is best listened to while hanging out with friends on a sunny day.

System of Hate – “Killing Fields”

System of Hate are premiering a brand new video for the track “Killing Fields” from their new album Unhallowed Ground album with was released on Ret Records on late last year. The Barnsley outfit have also announced more dates which you can see listed on their website.

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