Sunday, May 31, 2020
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The Moshville Times

Sunday Video Roundup: Harbour Sharks, The Haunted, Alter Bridge, Mutation

Is it true what they say about ‘Sunday Funday’? Either way, here’s today’s roundup of the finest videos to come out over the past few days.

Harbour Sharks

Kingston alt-metal band Harbour Sharks are back with an amazing new single and the promise of a debut album in the autumn. Blasting straight out of the gate, new single ‘The Killer Inside Me’ is chocked full of riffs and energetic vocals. You can check out the video below:

The Haunted

Swedish Thrash Metallers The Haunted are geared up to kick off the promotional campaign for their upcoming, 9th studio album effort entitled Strength In Numbers. The album’s first single for the merciless and in-your-face track “Brute Force” can be viewed in a video produced by Oscar Dziedziela / OD Visual below:

Alter Bridge

Alter Bridge are on a mission across Europe right now – to prove they are one of the best, top notch live acts of our time. Just recently they announced the release of a new live album and rarities collection called “Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities” which captures one of the biggest moments of the band’s career, when they played a monumental show at London’s famous O2 Arena on November 24th, 2016. The band have put together a clip of some of the finest moments of this landmark performance with their “The Last Hero” track “Cradle To The Grave”. The Video can be viewed below:

As well as their recently announced announcement about two special shows on October 2 & 3 at London’s infamous Royal Albert Hall, with a 52-piece orchestra, tickets sold extremely quickly and both nights are already sold out. The band have now added headline shows in Edinburgh, Belfast, and Dublin, from October 5 – 8, intending to play different sets from their sold out shows there earlier this month. Don’t delay in picking up tickets!


Ginger Wildheart fronted extreme metallers Mutation will release its new album, Mutation III: Dark Black, on June 30 via Undergroove Records. Described as “an aural exorcism of two people’s combined life-threatening psychological disorders”, the record is the follow-up to Mutation’s 2014 release, Error 500 (Ipecac), hailed as “a cheeky metal madhouse” by Blabbermouth. The band’s brand new video “Hate” can be viewed below:


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Multi-instrumentalist. Audio Engineer. Works with Cameras. Fan of 'extreme metal'. Lancashire lad now down south. Bit of a fan of pie and gravy...

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