Video Roundup: Kore Rozzik, NateWantsToBattle, Voids, The Room, Anima, Vandenberg’s MoonKings

A little late in the evening, but it’s been a busy day! Tons of videos to get through, so here we go…

Kore Rozzik – “Mistress”

Queens,NY theatrical rocker Kore Rozzik is back with a cinematically shocking new music video for his single “Mistress”, off of the upcoming, full length album, Vengeance Overdrive.

NateWantsToBattle – “Heroes Never Die”

YouTube sensation, singer, pianist, guitarist, songwriter, and voice actor best known as NateWantsToBattle – has unleashed his latest cover of “This Is Gospel” by Panic! At The Disco. The track has already hit over 100,000 views since it’s release on Saturday, September 23rd. When asked about why he chose to cover the track, Sharp said:

With Panic! At The Disco being a big influence on my music and this being such a fun and challenging piece vocally, covering ‘This Is Gospel’ was a no-brainer and a fun project to tackle.

Voids – “Eris”

Metalcore outfit Voids have released their new single and music video “Eris”. With the release, the band has announced their upcoming debut full-length titled, No Character : No Crown, set to release on October 13th.

The Room – “As Crazy As It Seems (Live)”

The Room, known for their unique fusion of classic rock and prog, have released a live video for their track “As Crazy As It Seems” from their concert DVD LIVE @ The Robin 2 released earlier this year.

Bass Guitarist, Andy Rowe says:

“As Crazy As It Seems” was written in memory of one of Martin’s oldest friends who sadly took his own life a few years ago. The song reminds us of how we should not forget those we love who fall to their own demons. The lyric “As crazy as it seems, we are all in this together” is also a tremendous reflection of the society we live in.

Anima – “Here Come”

Anima is a metal band formed by brothers Alvaro and Diego Bueno Triveño, combining different sound elements. They recently finished the recording of their debut album which will soon be released.

At the run-up of the release of the album, Anima have released a music video for song “Here Come”.

Vandenberg’s MoonKings – “Tightrope”

Four years after Adrian Vandenberg made a spectacular comeback with Vandenberg’s Moonkings the band returns with a sophomore album, simply titled MK II. The album has all the qualities of the debut: once again the four-piece band manages to create a perfect mix of vintage seventies hard rock and current styles of heavy rock. Adrian Vandenberg shines as a bonafide guitar virtuoso, while the rest of the band also delivers in spades. Yet MK II has even more to offer than the highly praised first album. It shows how the band grew into a strong unit during the world tours of the recent years.

MK II is out on November 3rd.

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