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Thursday, October 1, 2020
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The Moshville Times

Sunday Video Roundup: Dimmu Borgir, Vajra, Ayreon, Science of Sleep, Adamantine, Temple of Lies

More visual abuse for you with this collection to plough through before you’re allowed to get out of bed…

Dimmu Borgir – “Gateways (Live – Forces of the Northern Light)”

On April 28th, Norwegian symphonic black metal giants, Dimmu Borgir, will unleash their highly-anticipated double-DVD/BluRay Forces Of The Northern Night. The band have revealed the second live clip from their memorable show in Oslo – watch the haunting video for “Gateways” below.

Vajra – “The Mirror”

New York based progressive rock/gypsy metal band Vajra has released the official music video for “The Mirror”, the first single off of their upcoming Irkalla EP; the first of a planned trilogy of EPs with visual components attached to each song, all the elements will tie together as a movie.

Ayreon – “The Source Will Flow”

On February 7th, Ayreon revealed a contest on Facebook, for all ”creative Ayreonauts who like making music videos”. The mission was to make a video for “The Source Will Flow”, the third instant grat track from The Source, the exciting new chapter in the Ayreon saga. The winner has now been decided with over 150,000 votes – Beltran Luque is the fan who has the honour of providing Ayreon with their newest video!

Science of Sleep – “Condemned To Burn”

German Bruisers Science of Sleep have released the official video for “Condemned to Burn”, a track from last year’s Hellmouth album. The video was filmed at the band’s album release show and features extreme live action with some backstage hilarity.

Adamantine – “Heroes & Villains”

Portuguese thrash metal quartet Adamantine has shared a new music video for “Heroes & Villains”, the title track of the band’s recently released second full-length album.

Temple of Lies – “Dark Energy”

“Dark Energy” is the first single to be released from the forthcoming album The Serial Killer Suite. Treacle thick, heavy and seething with riffs and undulating melodies, this is a storming single to kick the campaign off and ramps up the excitement for this hugely talented Midlands based band’s forthcoming summer release.

About The Author

Mosh

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

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