Good. Grief. A week’s-worth of videos poured in over the last day so it’s been quite a job going through them and plucking out just six. Hopefully they’re up to scratch…
Papa Roach – “Help”
“Help”, the new Darren Craig-directed video from Papa Roach, has been released. The song is taken from the band’s ninth studio album, Crooked Teeth, which which is due to be released on May 19 via Eleven Seven Music. It is available digitally and physically, as a standard (10 tracks) and deluxe (10 tracks + 3 brand new tracks + 16 Live tracks Live at the Fillmore Detroit) editions.
Set The Score – “Homebound”
Melbourne, pop-punk, five-piece Set the Score have released a brand new single and music video “Homebound”; a thumping track that tackles the spiral of a lover into drug addiction.
They Uncultured – “Bark Like A Dog”
Scunge rock dystopian superheroes, They Uncultured, are pleased to announce the release of their debut single “Bark Like A Dog”. They will also soon embark on a series of UK shows, including a performance at Camden Rocks Fest.
ForeverandNever – “Promises”
Nashville, TN rock outfit ForeverandNever have released a music video for their song “Promises”, the title track on their forthcoming 3-song EP, scheduled to be self-released on June 2nd.
Epica – “Dancing In A Hurricane – Live at the Zenith”
Dutch Symphonic Metal giants Epica are proud to announce the launch of their brand new live video “Dancing In A Hurricane”! The track has been taken from the band’s latest output The Holographic Principle, which was released via Nuclear Blast in September 2016 and charted worldwide.
The video was captured during Epica’s sold out show at The Zenith in Paris last February where the band closed their most successful European tour to date together with an excited legion of 5000 fans! This live video perfectly mirrors the band’s non-stop innovation and their continuously improving live performance.
Inter Arma – “The Paradise Gallows”
Inter Arma has shared a trance-inducing video for the title-track from 2016’s critically acclaimed full-length Paradise Gallows. Watch the video, directed by Jordan Vance, below. The band are on tour in Europe right now.