Video Roundup: Municipal Waste / Twister / Counterparts / Enterprise Earth / Post Malone / Love Ghost

Trying to ram out as much as possible as we build up to Bloodstock and being Out Of Office for a few days! Here’s a quick-fire half dozen new video releases from our pile…

Municipal Waste

Following up on the release of their critically acclaimed thrash-masterpiece, Electrified Brain [review here – Mosh], Richmond’s hard-charging, metal maniacs Municipal Waste have released an epic new animated video for their single “Grave Dive” created by Pierre Mousquet, in which the band summons an army of dead fans for a hell-raising concert with cameos by the Toxic Avenger, Lemmy, The Ramones, Skeletor and countless others.

Twister

Not a huge amount of info on this one, the band just sent us the link, but if you like your rock melodic and catchy then you need to click “play” below!

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Counterparts

Ontario-based metalcore heavyweights, Counterparts, recently returned with the announcement of their upcoming full-length, A Eulogy For Those Still Here, due out October 7th from Pure Noise Records.

Counterparts have shared the album’s second single, “Whispers of Your Death,” a towering blast of intricate riffs and crushing drums that wastes no time in introducing many of the harrowing themes of A Eulogy For Those Still Here. The track follows lead single “Unwavering Vow” (which garnered attention from the likes of Stereogum, Revolver, BrooklynVegan, Exclaim, and more), and continues to tease an even darker and more aggressive Counterparts than ever before.

Enterprise Earth

Progressive deathcore behemoths Enterprise Earth unveil their brand new video for “You Couldn’t Save Me”. The punishing track comes off the band’s The Chosen full-length, released early this year via MNRK Heavy.

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Post Malone

Short n’ sweet: Post Malone releases the official music video for “I Like You (A Happier Song)” with Doja Cat. Here it is!

Love Ghost

Love Ghost’s new single “Pulp” is about an addict’s relationship with God. The song was Inspired by Charles Bukowski and his novel Pulp, and by the band’s own struggles with depression, loneliness, drugs & alcohol addiction. “Pulp”’s hook is a reminder that we all struggle to find peace within ourselves.

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