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Just in time for Halloween, New York symphonic death metal trio, Homerik, have released the long-anticipated video to their track, “A Song of the Night Part 1”. Although featuring a spooky house, skull-headed beings and red-eyed creeps, there is also a serious message.
Watch their epic video to “A Song of the Night Part 1″ here:
Feline and Strange are currently midway through their headlining tour of the UK, leading a whole host of Steam Punk-influenced bands through everything from cabaret to rock to punk. Here’s a glimpse of the (Feline and) Strangeness you can expect:
The Lab, Northampton – 6th Oct
Musician, Leicester – 7th Oct
The George, Belper – 13th Oct
NEM, Heanor – 14th Oct
Wagon & Horses, Birmingham – 15th Oct
Museum of Water and Power, Brentford -20th Oct
The Albert, Brighton – 22nd Oct
Taken from their new album ‘Illuminate’ metallic hardcore band Confessions Of A Traitor have just released the video for ‘Illuminating The Night’ .
Established in 2013 Confessions Of A Traitor are influenced by a range of styles and artists, creating their entirely unique sound.
Watch the video here:
Purchase the EP here
The song crushes with organic and almost uncomfortable intensity that is matched by the equally brutal visual. You can watch ‘Broken Bonds’ here or by clicking the image below:
The bands Rise Record Debut album ‘Self Inflicted’ is out the 1st July and available to pre-order here.
The band previously shared the new songs ‘Skin Deep‘ and ‘Clickbait‘ of the upcoming release. The band will be playing Warped Tour US this summer.
it does take something special to turn heads at publications like Metal Hammer, as well as Classic Rock, who described Deadly Circus Fire as “one of the most striking young prog metal bands to come on the scene in the past couple of years”. For a taste of what Deadly Circus Fire are all about, here’s the video for album track ‘House of Plagues’:
Described by Metal Hammer as “one of the most imaginative and formidable” prog bands currently plying their trade, Deadly Circus Fire are a London based band who thrive on getting stronger and stronger in their battle with the mainstream. Their sound has been compared to the likes of Tool, Mastodon and Deftones, mixing heavy guitars with melodious moments to create something special.
It’s clear that Deadly Circus Fire are a band who will make a mark on the metal music scene. They’ve already supported huge cult band Skindred on a European tour, counting it among their career highlights so far. They also previously caused quite a stir by performing in zombie clown make up.
In time though, the music of Deadly Circus Fire has evolved to speak for itself, making a huge impact both live and in the studio without the need for such on stage histrionics.
For more on the album, check out the video link below.
Album Promo Video:
12 track album due on June 16th through Musicarchy Media
Reverted have released a preview for their upcoming music video for the track ‘Die My Saint’. The track is taken from their debut album ‘Sputter the Worms’.
Since supporting American Head Charge at their London gig in June, Reverted have been making waves in the UK metal scene.
Reverted raised the bar with the production of the video, hiring actors and visiting several different locations to develop the videos main story line. The video is part story part performance.
‘Die my Saint’ is out 1st September.
The talents of the vocalist are noteworthy; although I personally am not a fan of the screamo genre. The guitar instrumental is totally worth talking about as it carries this song straight to the end.
Taken from their most recent album Emergence (2013) the single was created by the then newest member of the band, Dave Shirman. He came up with all of the music for this track almost entirely as it appears on the album and JR wrote the lyrics and melodies in a matter of days.
Neuronspoiler have recently massively gained in popularity having been praised by the likes of Herman Li (Dragonforce), Steve Harris (Iron Maiden) and Dennis Stratton (ex-Iron Maiden) who actually said he wanted to break David del Cid’s fingers because he would put him out of a job!
The legendary rock and metal journalist Malcolm Dome has also praised the band, he recently put them in a list of bands which could transform your life in the next 12 months, and said of them that “they can really play” and that “there are truly rich passages of guitar interplay” in their music.