Half a dozen more rockers for you to check out as your day otherwise crawls by…
Eluveitie – “Catvrix”
Two weeks ago, the Swiss folk metal superstars Eluveitie released their new masterpiece Evocation II – Pantheon via Nuclear Blast Records. The album has entered the official album charts around the globe, and to celebrate their success, the band has released the lyric video for the song “Catvrix”. The band states:
Catvrix is the Helvetic battle god (his name means “King of battle”). This song is an invocation of Catvrix as done before storming the battle field, grim and powerful.
You can catch them live at the Islington Assembly Hall in London on November 3rd.
Shooting Guns – “Flavour Country”
Canada’s award-nominated psych 6-piece Shooting Guns have premiered the video for the title track from their new album Flavour Country.
Shooting Guns is known (and oft-nominated) for their film soundtrack work, but Flavour Country is more like a collection of anthems for your jettison from this universe into the multiverse. For more on the act themselves, check out our recent Band of the Day article.
Kliodna – “Fly Far Away”
Symphonic metallers Kliodna have released their “Fly Far Away” official lyric video.
Kaipa – “What’s Behind The Fields”
Legendary Swedish progressive rockers Kaipa, led by mastermind Hans Lundin, are set to release their new studio album Children of the Sounds on 22nd September 2017. Now they are pleased to reveal a lyric video for the album’s closing track “What’s Behind the Fields” and you can see it here:
Iron Monkey – “9-13”
Cult UK doom/sludge outfit Iron Monkey has shared the official video for “9-13”, the title track of their first new full-length in almost two decades. 9-13 is set for release on October 20th on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records.
Radio Moscow – “Pacing”
Southern Californian heavy psych power trio Radio Moscow have released the brand new video for latest single “Pacing”. The track is taken from their forthcoming fifth studio album New Beginnings, which is set for release via Century Media Records on 29th September 2017.
Filmed in Dortmund, Germany at this year’s Junkyard Festival by Dirk Behlau, the video captures the band’s intense live performance.