Video Roundup: Psychostick, Jared James Nichols, Raised By Raptors, Holding Absence, One Last Shot, Louder Still

We’ve not done one of these for a while then Psychostick went and put a new video online, so…

Psychostick – “Awesome!”

This video is awesome. Psychostick is sort of awesome. All that stuff that’s awesome please give it to me. Awesome song for awesome people doing things. Awesome things.

Jared James Nichols – “Last Chance”

Jared James Nichols has released his official music video for his new single “Last Chance” taken from his upcoming new album Black Magic, released in September.

Jared is touring the UK starting Wednesday 21st June including two festival appearances at Ramblin’ Man Fair (29 July) and Steelhouse Festival (30 July).

Raised By Raptors – “Release”

Kent melodic hardcore crew Raised By Raptors have arrived. Possessing explosive breakdowns and groove-laden riffs, fused with crushingly infectious vocals, the metal crew are set to break out this year, kickstarting proceedings with their new video single, “Release”.

Holding Absence – “Penance”

Following on from last weekend’s explosive debut performance at the UK’s prestigious Download Festival; South Wales’ Holding Absence unveil the emotional and cinematic video for brand new single “Penance”.

One Last Shot – “Grim Reminder”

Horror-infused punk/screamo band One Last Shot from Syracuse, NY has released a new music video for their single “Grim Reminder”. The track premiered on the Vans Warped Tour website in anticipation for the group’s appearance on the festival this year. In the video, the band conceptualizes the idea that people are often afraid to express themselves the way they want to in life, due to the fear of judgement and ridicule.

Louder Still – “Speed Machine”

Louder Still spent the past year honing their craft in the studio with John Mitchell. Talking about working with the band the producers said:

We used real 40-year-old vintage Marshall amps for both guitar and bass to create the unique rawness and groove captured in the song. The drums parts were written to be choppy and hard hitting to create intensity, with drums fills added, giving the sound the impression of an engine starting.

Here’s the result – their debut single “Speed Machine”.

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