Video Roundup: XVII, Misteyes, The Cadillac Three, The Hiding Place, Moonfall, Were I Blind

Kicking you off this morning with a video freshly released at 9:30…!

XVII – “Shatter the Waves”

XVII are a five piece metal outfit from Kidderminster, West Midlands. The band formed in 2012 and they play fast, heavy, full on metal! With influences from the likes of In Flames, Lamb Of God, Devildriver and Caliban, amongst many others. XVII have moulded their sound to create an intense and crushing live experience.

”Shatter​ ​The​ ​Waves”​ ​​is​ ​a​ ​song​ ​that​ ​doesn’t​ ​let​ ​up​ ​throughout​ ​with the​ ​three​ ​vocalists​ ​in​ ​the​ ​band​ ​mixing​ ​their​ ​vocal​ ​styles​ ​to​ ​create​ ​a​ ​high​ ​velocity​ ​metal anthem.

We are so excited to unleash our first ever music video, we have been asked by our fans for a long time now to release a music video but we were waiting for the right song and we feel “Shatter the Waves” is the perfect track to show where the band are currently at and where we are aiming to take XVII in the future.

“Shatter the Waves” is taken from the band’s forthcoming ​three​ ​track​ ​EP​, Bow​ ​To​ ​Me​ which​ ​will​ ​be​ ​released​ ​on​ ​​Monday​ ​6th​ ​November​ ​2017 in​ ​digital​ ​and​ ​physical​ ​formats.

Misteyes – “Creeping Time”

The Italian light and dark metallers Misteyes have released the official videoclip of “Creeping Time”, the title track of their debut album.

The video is the result of collaboration of the band with the German director Filip Halo, known for his horror and thriller movies. Moreover, the song will be part of the official soundtrack of his next film The Darkest Nothing – Paraphrenia.

The Cadillac Three – “Dang If We Didn’t”

The Cadillac Three have released the video for their new single “Dang If We Didn’t”, which is taken from their latest album Legacy.

The Hiding Place – “Are You Even There?”

Exciting post-hardcore crew The Hiding Place are ripe to break and are armed with their blistering new video single “Are You Even There?”.

The band are currently working on an untitled follow-up to 2014’s So This Is Home, with producer Jonny Renshaw (Devil Sold His Soul). The new EP is slated to drop later this year, and promises to both surprise and thrill their current fanbase and new fans alike.

Moonfall – “Lost”

Pop/rock trio Moonfall is excited to unleash “Lost” – the first music video off their forthcoming EP Empty Cage.

The gang headed out to Philadelphia, PA to film the video with director Chris Newhard (Sia, Jessie J, Train) at Baleroy Mansion. Notorious as one of the most haunted houses in town, the original family/owners of the property experienced paranormal activity in the house, hallucinations, and inexplicable deaths. Moonfall channeled this concept in the video by depicting all three members circling throughout the building while battling the unknown.

Empty Cage is available for pre-order now and is due out October 6th.

Were I Blind – “Imploding Lies”

In light of their recent debut self-titled EP, London-based trio Were I Blind continue to deliver their EDM-inspired metal and are ready to present their second single “Imploding Lies”.

This particular track’s lyrics depict the subject matter of terrorism and how it is an increasingly important matter in today’s society. This is a topic the band feel strongly about and wanted to display their anger and dismay at the world by putting this negative energy into a song that shows a display of electro-industrial power!

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