Wednesday Video Roundup: Twelve Noon, Immortal Machinery, Midday Moonlight, Buried Above Ground, Exist Immortal, Strains

Rattling this off on my lunchtime. On with the music!

Twelve Noon – “No Way Out”

Pittsburgh PA’s alternative metal rising stars Twelve Noon have premiered a new music video for the song “No Way Out”. This is the first single off their debut LP, Saints and Sinners. The album consists of ten songs and is set for a June 9th release through Eclipse Records.

Immortal Machinery – “I’m Not Sorry (feat. Tank of Chasing Dragons)”

The UK dark/melodic metal band Immortal Machinery has launched their lyric video for the opening track “I’m Not Sorry” (taken from the new album An Imperfect Storm). It features the mighty vocals of Tank, who fronts Leeds rock outfit Chasing Dragons.

Midday Moonlight – “Blackbird Hill”

Go for a creepy walk in the woods with France’s heavy blues duo Blackbird Hilland their new video “Midday Moonlight”. This tenebrous and soulful anthem is taken off their forthcoming 6-track effort of the same name, out this May 5th.

Buried Above Ground – “I Am God / Blood Red”

Recorded in February, Buried Above Ground have dropped a live video for “I Am God / Blood Red”. The music originally featured on their album Birth which is out now.

Exist Immortal – “In Hindsight”

London metallers Exist Immortal have revealed the video for their new single “In Hindsight”, taken from their latest album Breathe, which came out in October on Primordial Records.


The band have also announced a new guitarist in Mikey G from Oxford metal 5-piece A Trust Unclean. On joining the band, Mikey says:

I’m really excited to be joining my friends in Exist Immortal as their new guitarist. I’ve been standing in for a couple of months now and we’ve decided to take it to the next step and make it official. It’s always nice when everything just slots in easily on both a musical and personal level. The guys are brilliant to work with and we’ve already been throwing a few ideas around and getting excited about writing some music together.

The band are also excited to welcome Mikey to the lineup, saying:

Bringing Mikey into the fold has been a real natural progression, both musically and practically. We are really excited to play all over the place in the next few months with this new line up, along with starting to write our next release.

Strains – “Denial”

Belgian metalcore outfit Strains have released their long-awaited new single and music video “Denial”. It is the first new music from the band since their debut EP Redefine[d], which came out in June 2015.

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