Today’s post delayed due to illness – youngest daughter passed sick bug to mum, then on to me and currently our son is the worst. Our house is not a pleasant place to be. Putting this post up and heading back to bed…
Wednesday 13 – “Blood Sick”
Wednesday 13 has unveiled a brand new video for “Blood Sick”, the next track to be taken from his forthcoming album, Condolences, which arrives on 2nd June via new record label home, Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Wednesday tells us:
I’m really excited for you all to see the video for “Blood Sick”. It was all shot on green screen with director Matt Zane. The song is about a spider torturing a fly in its web before devouring it, and I wanted to try and capture that scenario with the band in a giant spider web. I had this vision in my head when we first wrote the song and it’s so cool to see it finally come to life.
Wage War – “Don’t Let Me Fade Away”
Ocala, Florida’s Wage War has announced details for their forthcoming sophomore album, titled Deadweight, which was produced by A Day To Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade (Neck Deep, The Ghost Inside). The album is due out August 4 on Fearless. With the announcement, the band has also released a brand new song, “Don’t Let Me Fade Away”, and music video.
Of Allies – “Lost Not Found”
Yorkshire rockers Of Allies have released the video for their new single “Lost Not Found”, the band’s first material since their 2015 EP Fragments.
Half Blood – “Self Exile”
Santiago, Chile based metal band Half Blood have released their Official Video for “Self Exile”, the second single off of their self-titled, debut album due out later this year.
Dream Evil – “Antidote”
Swedish powerhouse Heavy Metal group Dream Evil are getting closer to the release of their sixth album, aptly titled SIX, coming out on May 26th, 2017 via Century Media Records. Therefore, the album’s second single and video for the track “Antidote” are being launched today.
Every Time I Die – “Map Change”
Every Time I Die have released new video for “Map Change”. The song is taken off their latest album Low Teens, which was released last September on Epitaph. You can catch the band this summer at Download and other European festivals.