Video Roundup: Tankard / A’Priori / Desert Near The End / Mycelia / Long Distance Calling / The Early November

Throwing another big pile at you before we disappear into a field in Derbyshire for a few days…


German thrash legends Tankard present their “Ex-Fluencer” video, the second single from their forthcoming new full-length, Pavlov’s Dawgs, set for release on September 30th on their new label home, Reaper Entertainment.


A’priori are Tony Lang (Vocals/Guitar), Mouse (Drums) and Mark Wilson (Keyboards). The Blackpool-based trio deliver a unique twiston hard rock with a hard hitting musical style focusing on ballsy guitar riffs, memorable choruses, powerful drums and keyboard wizardry that blends the entire sound better than a bass guitar ever could. Check out their new song below.

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Desert Near The End

Desert Near the End returned with their fifth album The Dawning of the Son released on May 27 of 2022 by Boersma Records.

As the time of the pandemic seems to be at its end, Desert Near the End used this two-year break as an opportunity to be creative. Delivering the direct successor of their previous endeavor, Of Fire and Stars. Enjoy a sample of the album below.


Swiss djent metal veterans Mycelia have just revealed a new music video entitled “In A Gas Station at the Outskirts of the Meth Desert” for their latest single. The video was directed by Theo Benjamin, and it is the second of a two-part music video double feature which concludes the overarching storyline of the band’s neon-soaked cybercrime concept album In A Late Country.

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Long Distance Calling

Following the first singles “Kamilah” and “Giants Leaving”, Long Distance Calling release their third single and title track “Eraser” on July 15th from their upcoming album which will be released on August 26th.

The Early November

Last week beloved American rock band The Early November announced their album Twenty set for release on 14th October on Pure Noise Records and today, we are treated to a new but nostalgic video for lead single “Make It Happen”.

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