Video Roundup: Machine Head, Feed The Rhino, Verikalpa, Stereo Satellite, The Atlas Moth, King Witch

Less than a week till Santa drops his load from a heavy sack down your chimney…

Machine Head – “Ten Ton Hammer (live)”

Machine Head release their ninth studio album, Catharsis on 26th January 2018. The collection is available in an array of formats, including a CD/DVD digipak which includes full concert footage of the band’s 2015 show at San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom. Today the band have revealed a second live video clip from that 21-track DVD footage, the classic “Ten Ton Hammer”.

In addition, they’ve added an extra Manchester date to 2018’s UK tour – the 26th of May. Tickets on sale now.

Feed The Rhino – “Timewave Zero”

UK’s Feed The Rhino proudly present you the next video from the forthcoming studio album, The Silence, which will be released via Century Media Records on February 16th, 2018.

Verikalpa – “Tyrmä”

Finnish troll/folk metal band Verikalpa released their first music video “Tyrmä”. The track is taken from their upcoming debut album Taistelutahto which is released February 16th 2018 by Inverse Records.

Stereo Satellite – “Glass Houses”

Newly formed rock band Stereo Satellite, featuring Lukas Rossi (Rock Star Supernova), Mike Orlando (Adrenaline Mob), John Moyer (Disturbed), and Jordan Cannata (Adrenaline Mob), has released the official music video for their debut single, “Glass Houses”.

“Glass Houses” is the first single off of their new album tentatively set for April 2018 release. Fans can access exclusive content for the album release via the bands’ PledgeMusic campaign.

The Atlas Moth – “Coma Noir”

Determined to end their 2017 on a high, Chicago’s experimental metallers, The Atlas Moth, have unveiled a brand new video for the title track from their upcoming new album. Coma Noir is set for a February 9, 2018 release via Prosthetic Records.

King Witch – “Beneath The Waves”

King Witch can tell you about their new video…

“Beneath The Waves” was inspired by stories such as Moby Dick and explores man’s need to destroy anything and everything beautiful, dangerous, and unfamiliar… and the retribution dealt in return. This track felt like a natural choice for the video – soaring vocals, massive drums and some huge riffs!

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