Looks like our sudden burst of summer weather is over judging by the rain outside bouncing off my car. Ah well. Warm yourselves up by banging your head, raising your fist or boogying on down to the following…
Krysthla – “The Minor Mystery Of Death”
Krysthla have revealed “The Minor Mystery Of Death”, the third single and official music video from their new album Peace In Our Time which is released this Friday, 7th April. You can catch the band on the road over the next few weeks, kicking off with an appearance at Mosh Against Cancer 2’s Sunday night finalé (April 9th).
Halflives – “Echo”
Italian five piece Halflives have had a great start to 2017. A pledge campaign which saw the band almost double their original target in just a month, led to the announcement of their debut album Empty Rooms. With one of the most infectious choruses of 2017 so far, once you have heard the second single from the album, “Echo”, you won’t be forgetting it, or Halflives, anytime soon.
Imminence – “Broken Love”
Swedish alternative rock/metal outfit Imminence have released their new album This Is Goodbye on Friday, plus this new video for “Broken Love”.
Loom – “Lice”
Having received critical acclaim from the likes of Zane Lowe, Daniel P Carter, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, DIY and with a string of renowned live shows supporting the likes of The Rolling Stones and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in their wake, Loom have announced the details for their highly anticipated debut album.
Loom have now premiered their twisted new video for “Lice”, which was directed by Dean Richardson of the Rattlesnakes.
Crypt – “Death Makes A Holiday”
Lafayette, LA based alternative hardcore band Crypt has released the official music video for their debut single, “Death Makes A Holiday”.
At The Drive In – “Hostage Stamps”
Fresh off a triumphant handful of US dates—including a surprise pop-up performance that was the talk of SXSW and a run of make-up dates, At The Drive In unleash “Hostage Stamps”, the third single from the highly anticipated new album, in • ter a • li • a, out May 5th on Rise Records.