Rounding up your day with a handful of audio-visual treats…
Septicflesh – “Martyr”
In advance of their massive European tour, Septicflesh are now revealing a pro-shot clip for the track “Martyr” taken from their latest masterpiece, Codex Omega, which has been directed by long-time collaborator Jon Simvonis. The only UK date on the tour is in London – at The Underworld – on January 22nd.
Electric Hellride – “Death Zone”
Electric Hellride recently released their album Praedam which translated from latin means ”prey”. All songs on the album are somehow connected to this theme. Whether it is to be the hunter or the hunted. It’s a concept that fits perfectly with Electric Hellride’s desperate and aggressive soundscapes. Praedam is atmospheric and dynamic and very much cut to the bone.
They have just released a music video for their third single “Death Zone” from the album.
Leaves’ Eyes – “Across The Sea”
In the lead up to the release of their fabulous new album Sign of the Dragonhead (out on January 12th), Leaves’ Eyes have released their new video for the track “Across The Sea”.
Bailer – “Long Gone” (feat. Adam Carroll)
Metal/hardcore quartet Bailer return with their new self-titled EP, due for release on 9th February 2018 via Distro-y Records. Following on from 2017’s PTSD and 2016’s Shaped By The Landscape, Bailer is an ambitious collection of tracks that showcase a band who have truly discovered their sound.
In light of the announcement Bailer have released the video for their single “Long Gone”, which features Adam Carroll (formerly of Zoax).
Everything Aside – “No Mistakes”
Back in November we reported that Coventry pop-rock band The Prophets were going to be rebranding as Everything Aside. On 1st January the band started the year off as they intended to go on, by releasing an epic video for brand new single “No Mistakes”.
Everything Aside are heading out on tour with Speaking In Shadows in February:
- 18 – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow
- 19 – Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
- 20 – Factory, Manchester
- 22 – Eiger Studios, Leeds
- 23 – The Victoria Inn, Derby
- 24 – Asylum 2, Birmingham
- 25 – Surya, London
Blinding Sparks – “I Fuck It”
This aggressive song gives all the strength to the title. The female voice in the chorus gives liveliness to the whole song before the verses resume. The lyrics represents all the negative thoughts that every human being feel at times. I Fuck It to these days when nothing works as expected, I Fuck It to those people who can not more be trusted, I Fuck It to love relationships, I Fuck It to life…
Blinding Sparks have released a video for one of the most cathartic songs of the year already.