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Video Roundup: Electric)noise(Machine, Misophonia, Black Country Communion, Revealer, Osaka Punch, Osyron

Friday. Yay.

Electric)noise(Machine – “Distant Shores”

Just in from thebestfuckingbandintheworld.com (seriously, they own the domain) comes Electric)noise(Machine’s first video. And somewhat disturbing it is, too.

Misophonia – “Grieve”

A bit of lyric videography, courtesy of  Misophonia’s dark and twisted utterings.

Black Country Communion – “The Last Song For My Resting Place”

Following the release of their latest studio album BCCIV (reviewed here), Black Country Communion have released the music video for their third single “The Last Song For My Resting Place”. The song is inspired by Wallace Hartley (the violinist and band leader on the Titanic). Says Joe Bonamassa:

The fact that he played everyone off the ship to the detriment of himself brings you back to a more selfless time in our history. I don’t believe the conditions are around in 2017 for something or someone like that to step forward and be recognized.

The band will play two exclusive European shows in the UK at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Tuesday 2nd January and at the London Hammersmith Apollo on Thursday 4th January.

Revealer – “Nothing; No One”

UK newcomers Revealer have unleashed their new video single “Nothing; No One”. The metal crew also play a series of live shows this Autumn.

Pulling in the layered intensity of Machine Head and Emmure, and the astuteness of Architects, Revealer pull from their luminaries, and in doing so have unearthed a compelling sound of their own that is potent and brutally hypnotic.

Osaka Punch – “How We Operate”

Clint Boge of The Butterfly Effect. A Dropped Hot Dog. The Fortitude Valley Mall and its denizens. A massive mirrored high heel that doubles as a bicycle. Purple Velvet pants. Some serious FUNK. Breakdown riffs. Put it all together and to be honest, it doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to realise that It could only be an Osaka Punch music video.

Osyron – “Kingsbane”

Canadian symphonic metallers Osyron have launched a video for their brand new song “Kingsbane”. The song is taken from the upcoming Kingsbane album and has a release date of November 07, 2017.

The eight-track album tells the tale of a reluctant hero embarking on a journey as unlikely as it is fantastic. A sprawling tale of outward motivations driving inward change. Our hero faces the daunting task of overthrowing a powerful tyrant king with an unyielding grip on his distressed kingdom. The album spins a story as rich as the soundscapes created by this quintet out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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