Video Roundup: Ice Nine Kills / Vio-Lence / Wanted Noise / Knuckles Revenge / Above Snakes / The Aquadolls

A couple of big names dropped a video each today… and a bunch of bands you should have heard of as well. Check them all out below!

Ice Nine Kills

The overlords of slashercore, Ice Nine Kills, are celebrating the most romantic day of the year by delivering a special Valentine’s treat to their fans in the form of a gore-filled animated music video for their track “Take Your Pick” featuring Cannibal Corpse frontman, Corpsegrinder and inspired by infamous horror movie My Bloody Valentine.

Vio-Lence

Bay-area ragers Vio-Lence kick your teeth in with “Let The World Burn”, the first official music video from their eponymous 5-song EP, due on Metal Blade Records on March 4, 2022. “Let The World Burn” marks the third video in the band’s catalog, following “World In A World” (off 1990’s Oppressing The Masses) and the 2020 single “California Uber Alles”.

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Wanted Noise

San Diego surf/skate punks Wanted Noise have dropped a music video for their latest single “Clench”. Look out for their new album Next Generation coming soon.

Suryendra Sherman (guitar/vocals) says:

“Clench” is about clenching your fists and pushing through when life gets hard. It’s about the celebration when your hard work finally pays off. Originally written by our bassist Jin in the early days of our band around late 2014, this song has been re-written over and over again and turned into a collaborative work, with each member of the band contributing significantly to the songwriting process.

Knuckles Revenge

Peruvian/American hard rockers/heavy metallers Knuckles Revenge releases a preview of their next album. The video clip was recorded in Lima – Peru, and the song seeks to vindicate the life of the street rockers of the 80s.

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Above Snakes

Active rock / nu metal band Above Snakes has released the official music video for their latest single, “The Broken Ones,” the follow up single to “Nothing to Lose”.

The Aquadolls

SoCal’s The Aquadolls have released a new single titled “Cry Baby”, and a video for the track is now streaming.

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