Video Roundup: DragonForce, Skein, Stormbringer, Terror Empire, Kill the Ideal, Statues

Another batch of piping hot videos straight from the oven…

DragonForce – “Midnight Madness”

International metal superstars DragonForce have unveiled a new video for “Midnight Madness”. Taken from latest album Reaching Into Infinity, the video drops just ahead of the UK & European legs of their massive Reaching Into Infinity World Tour. Giving fans a rare glimpse into the making of a DragonForce album, the video takes fans behind the scenes with the band when recording the album.

Skein – “Deadweight”

Finnish darkened alternative metal quintet Skein released their second album named Deadweight with a new video. Delivered with both screaming and clean vocals, the songs explore issues from misuse of power and societal responsibility to basic human characteristics, with very personal experiences. Due the rawness and personal approach, the album is the strongest emotional outburst of Skein’s career.

Stormbringer – “Through These Eyes”

Stormbringer release their first taster from new third album Born A Dying Breed, released in November, with the lyric video for single “Through These Eyes”. Their monster third album Born A Dying Breed’will be released on 3rdNov and it sees the band really ramping things up a notch, huge chunky hard rock tracks intermingled with some sublime songs showcasing their lighter touch.

Terror Empire – “Burn the Flags”

The track that presented Obscurity Rising, the upcoming album, to the world finally gets a videoclip. Directed by Guilherme Henriques (Belphegor, Wormed, Hideous Divinity, Noctem, Haemorrhage, Unfathomable Ruination), the video for “Burn the Flags” is the perfect blend between the sonic frenzy and the sense of visual vertigo, a constant throughout the clip.

Kill the Ideal – “Dangerous!”

British rock trio Kill The Ideal have released the new video for “Dangerous!”. The video premiered with Upset, who called it “a showdown of epic proportions“. The video accompanies the band’s first single from their upcoming self-titled EP, which is out October 17th. It is an action-packed adventure that follows our unlikely hero, a janitor, on a momentous adventure to rescue a beautiful damsel from peril in the form of masked villains holding up a church. The band explain:

The video demonstrates that appearances can be deceiving. We went full on Die-Hard shooting this music video and wanted to create something that shows that anyone can be dangerous if they put their mind to it.

Statues – “Unrest”

Statues have just unleashed a disturbing, unsettling, and graphic music video for their new single “Unrest”. “Unrest” is the second single to be released from No Grave, No Burial which is set for self-release on 10th November 2017. The single speaks of a journey stricken with post traumatic stress disorder and severe anxiety. Unrest is the result of repression.

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