Video Roundup: DVNE, A Secret Revealed, Rings of Saturn, Felix Hagan & The Family, Vanity, Raw In Sect

Anyone else finding the days flying past at the moment? Or just those of us on holiday?

DVNE – “Thirst”

Scotland-based metallers, DVNE have premiered a video for the track “Thirst”, taken from their forthcoming album, entitled Asheran. The eight track released is due out on 28 July via Wasted State Records.

A Secret Revealed – “Grieved”

“Grieved” is the first song A Secret Revealed have released with their new vocalist and it lays the foundation for the successor to their debut The Bleakness. Regarding its mixture of melodic and aggressive parts as well as its organic and dynamic production this song is pointing the way ahead to the future style of the band. The new vocalist Michael Heim (ex-Necrotted, Guiding Light Demise) completes the sound with his aggressive, diverse voice.

Rings of Saturn – “Parallel Shift”

Bay Area technical deathcore metallers Rings of Saturn arrive back on the scene to release their fourth full length studio album Ultu Ulla on July 28th via Nuclear Blast Records. The alien death core quartet present an entirely new and esoteric proposition to heavy metal. The band have just released the second single, “Parallel Shift”.

Felix Hagan & The Family – “Delirium Tremendous”

“Delirium Tremendous” is the first taste of Felix Hagan & The Family’s forthcoming album due later this year. It follows the release of 2015’s Kiss The Misfits EP, which saw the band achieve high profile acclaim from The Guardian and head out on tour with Frank Turner. The band are playing again with Frank Turner at The Big Issue’s Street Noise Festival in Manchester on August 28th.

Vanity – “Tranquil”

Menacing Brit metallers Vanity announce plans for their new EP, and have unveiled the video for “Tranquil” –  taken from their forthcoming EP Perspective // Empathy, which lands on Friday 22nd September.

Raw In Sect – “Therion”

Greece’s Raw In Sect have released their new video for “Therion”, taken from upcoming third album Kitro. Shot in London’s Black Island studios by director Peter Lee Scott, the band says the video is meant to reflect the transformation into Therion, which is to “find inner power in a primitive way getting in touch with your instincts.”

The song’s unique blend of traditional Greek music with rock ‘n’ roll is, according to Raw In Sect, meant to “redefine what aggressive/rock music is through a totally different approach than the one that has been known in the music scene.”

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments