*does the Friday dance*
Pathfinder – “Fifth Element”
After a two-year break, Polish symphonic-power metal giants Pathfinder are back. The band return with a new version of the title track from their Fifth Element album, featuring the powerful voice of Pathfinder’s new singer Primal Alley. The band, well-known for their fast, powerful brand of fantasy metal (akin to Rhapsody, Dragonforce et al) are thrilled to be back and can’t wait to introduce their spectacular new material. The first taste of which is the fabulous new single “Fifth Element”.
Oceans – “Dopamine”
Over To You – “Storm Chasing”
High flying Over To You are all set to close up 2017 with their new video single “Storm Chasing”, taken from their forthcoming EP, SOS. The energetic trio have a clear focus and a hearty affection for gritty punk. Pulling inspiration from the likes of early Green Day, Sum 41 and The Story So Far, Over To You cunningly weave infectious melodies and harmonies with gripping hooks and hard-hitting punk to stunning effect.
The Birthday Massacre – “One”
Currently on tour in mainland Europe, The Birthday Massacre arrive in the UK later this month as they continue to promote their new album, Under Your Spell. The band have also just issued a promo video for the album song “One”. Catch them on the following dates:
- 24.10.17 LONDON O2 Academy Islington
- 25.10.17 MANCHESTER Ruby Lounge
- 27.10.17 EDINBURGH Opium
- 28.10.17 WHITBY Goth Festival
- 29.10.17 GLASGOW Ivory Blacks
- 31.10.17 BRISTOL Fleece
- 01.11.17 READING Sub 89
- 02.11.17 SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
- 03.11.17 WOLVERHAMPTON Slade Rooms
Haliwel – “Crack in the Frame”
Madison based heavy rock band Haliwel has released the official music video for their single, “Crack in the Frame”. The track is off of the band’s 2016 full length release, Pandemic.
Cavalera Conspiracy – “Insane”
Rounding things off in suitably arse-kicking, saving-the-best-for-last fashion are Cavalera Conspiracy with a new lyric video from upcoming album Psychosis, due on November 17th. From this sample, it sounds like it pays homage to classic Sepultura which is no bad thing in our books.