Monday Video Roundup: Slaughter To Prevail, Insanity, Of Mice & Men, These Four Walls, Ghost Season, Synthetic

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Slaughter to Prevail – “Chronic Slaughter”

Slaughter to Prevail have just released a brand new music video for “Chronic Slaughter”, the second single to be taken from the band’s eagerly awaited debut full-length album Misery Sermon (due out out May 5th).

Insanity – “Down”

Insanity release the first single from their upcoming album Toss A Coin called “Down”. Insanity stand for unique, genuine hardcore that is highly addictive through a lot of gangshouts and singalongs, based on moving rhythms following the New York Hardcore tradition.

Of Mice & Men – “Unbreakable”

As they gear up for a slate of rock festivals and a headlining tour of Europe and international festivals, Of Mice & Men (vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley, guitarist Alan Ashby, drummer Valentino Arteaga and guitarist Phil Manansala) have released “Unbreakable”, a scorching new track recorded with Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson (Sepultura, My Chemical Romance), mixed by Grammy winner Chris Lord-Alge (Deftones, Muse) and mastered by Chris Athens (Drake, Ozzy Osbourne).

These Four Walls – “Bravery”

Queensland hard-out rock outfit These Four Walls are returning today with a brand new track “Bravery”. They are coming out of relative hibernation for this brand new track, that lines up along with a tour their homeland New Zealand.

Ghost Season – “The Vampire”

Athens, Greece-based alternative metal band Ghost Season has released the official lyric video for “The Vampire”, a song from debut album Like Stars in a Neon SkyLike Stars In a Neon Sky is out now on Pavement Entertainment and we reviewed it last month.

Synthetic – “Hollow (feat. Soilwork’s Dirk Verbeuren)”

Hailing from Cambridge and featuring members from Greece, Netherlands, UK and the USA, heavy metallers Synthetic have published the track “Hollow” on Youtube, which features iconic drummer Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork, Megadeth).

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