Rounding up the weekend with a quick collection of eye/ear-candy…
We Came As Romans – “Wasted Age (Live)”
We Came As Romans have just shared the video for “Wasted Age”. The track is from the band’s new album Cold Like War, out now via SharpTone Records.
The 69 Eyes – “Christmas In New York City”
Christmas time has come [no it bloody hasn’t, it’s November – Mosh] and even Helsinki Vampires The 69 Eyes are ready to celebrate! The Finns have launched their music video for their new digital single “Christmas In New York City”.
SikTh – “The Aura”
Ahead of the band’s forthcoming headline tour, SikTh, have revealed a new video for the song “The Aura” from their recently released new album The Future In Whose Eyes?
The new clip, already confirmed as Scuzz TV’s Spankin’ New Video Of The Week, was directed by SikTh’s own Mikee W Goodman. He comments on the video concept:
“The Aura” was initially lyrically inspired by a day I spent with a magical being. It then spiralled into dreamscape memories and reflections. I tried to bring this out in the music video. The shadows of dancers appear now and then which is a direct link to the chorus lyrics. The rest of the story is told through one actress playing the flower being role. All this is intercut with band footage.
Conjurer – “The Mire”
The future of British extreme progressive metal lies in safe hands with the debut LP from Conjurer – Mire (out on 23 Feb 2018, Holy Roar Records). Celebrating the announcement, the band are streaming the title track’s video.
A stunning listen, combining Opeth at their heaviest and most dynamic, Mastodon at their earliest, and Gojira at their most venomous, Mire is a step up from a young band who are already being championed as ones to watch.
Turbonegro – “Part III: RockNRoll Machine”
The madmen of Turbonegro are back with another madcap metal track. The new album, RockNRoll Machine, will be out on Feb 2nd 2018.
Grounds – “Suck It Up”
London based riffers Grounds share their latest single “Suck It Up”. The song is a filled with moreish basslines, heavy riffs and an addictive chorus. On the song, Bertie (guitar, vocals) says:
The song is about getting your shit together and not acting like an eejit. I suppose you could call it a love song.
The band will be playing a headline show at The Windmill in Brixton on the 30th November.