Video Roundup: Kings Will Fall, Mile, Harker, Promethium, OUTDrejas, Drug Cult

Midweek and as ever we’re now buried in more celluloid and video-bits than we can handle. So we’re unleashing six of the best on you (oo-er)…

Kings Will Fall – “Toxic War”

South Tyrol. Thrash. From the album Thrash Force One which is out now. Rocks. All  you need to know. Wrap your ears round a sample of Kings Will Fall now.

Mile – “Crying in Your Sleep”

“Crying in Your Sleep” by Mile is a single and a part of the album The World in Focus (January, 2018).

Harker – “Plague Your Heart”

Brighton punk rock powerhouse Harker have unveiled the music video for latest single “Plague Your Heart” released in anticipation of their forthcoming debut album and sold-out release show.

Taken from their upcoming debut album No Discordance, the video is filmed and directed by the band’s bassist, Phoebe Saunders and features some fuzzy yet action-packed 90s-style home video.

Promethium – “Enemies Fate”

An unusual video – gathering all the out-takes from recording and popping them out wrapped around a quality metal track… Promethium have just released “Enemies Fate” from their Faces of War album which is out soon.

OUTDrejas – “Promise”

Illinois rock outfit OUTDrejas have released a powerful and uplifting music video for the song “Promise”.

The song has received widespread support, radio play and garnered hundreds of thousands of plays on Facebook in a very short time. The band is proving that in a chaotic world, a positive message can cut through the madness.

Drug Cult – “Mind Crypt”

Ritual Productions expands its roster with the signing of Drug Cult, a four-piece occultist doom collective whose debut self-titled rite beckons to see light of day.

Formed at the edge of Mt. Jerusalem in the hills of Mullumbimby, Australia, Drug Cult is the alchemic workings of guitarist Vin Steele (ex. Wolfmother, Megaritual, Sun Of Man), vocalist Aasha Tozer, drummer Dale Walker (Megaritual, Sun Of Man) and bassist Maggie Schreiber.

Watch the new video for the track “Mind Crypt” taken from the band’s debut rite (out Spring 2018)

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