Another hectic week here at Moshville Towers, and a busy weekend for many of our writers and photographers with gigs a-plenty and the boss himself doing another Krav Maga grading. Well, he has to keep the Crew in line somehow…
Digital Criminals – “Move It”
Welsh hard rockers Digital Criminals are back with their new video “Move It”.
Hard hitting riffs, crushing grooves, huge choruses and catchy hooks infuse with good time, balls out rock that truly captures what this band is about. Digital Criminals have been on the rock scene for a while now, but it was their “Women of Rock” tour earlier this year that really started getting them noticed. The band toured around the country with a variety of female fronted bands that empowered women in music and demonstrated that it’s not just the boys that know how to have fun!
Swindy – “Reflection”
Tucson, AZ based electronic pop rock band Swindy has released the official music video for the single “Reflection”, off of their debut, self titled EP.
Witchery – “Welcome, Night”
Swedish blackened thrash metallers Witchery are launching a new single and lyric video for the track “Welcome, Night”, off their upcoming album I Am Legion, to be released next week on November 10th, 2017 via Century Media Records.
Sun Arcana – “Wonderful”
Easy Life Records’ (Lower Than Atlantis, Waterparks, Arcane Roots) latest signing Sun Arcana kickstart a new chapter today, revealing anthemic new single “Wonderful”. Tom (vocals and guitar) says:
We chose “Wonderful” as our first single because we felt it was important to start with a bang. After we came up with the opening riff at rehearsal, we knew straight away that it had to be a massive song with huge riffs everywhere. We’re particularly excited to play this one live.
Iron Monkey – “Toadcrucifier – R.I.P.PER”
Cult UK doom/sludge outfit Iron Monkey has shared the official video for “Toadcrucifier – R.I.P.PER” off the newly released 9-13 full-length album.
The Young Hearts – “Medicine”
Canterbury emo/alt-rockers, The Young Hearts have premiered their new music video, “Medicine”. The track, inspired by growing up and losing touch is taken from the band’s new EP, Honestly, I’m Just Thinking, which is out now through Primordial Records.