Sexcrement, alongside underground filmmaker Victor Bonacore/Chainsaw Kiss Productions, recently debuted the video for the first single, "Trucker Bombed." Starring legendary horror scream queen Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead, Silent Night Deadly Night) the video is a urine soaked journey into the darker side of addiction complete with Ms. Quigley's signature mix of camp and downright fright to seal the deal. Make sure to watch for cameos from members of Origin, Revocation and more.
Michigan hard-rockers Pop Evil released the music video for "Boss's Daughter." The video features Mick Mars of Mötley Crüe, who co-wrote the song with the band. The track comes off of the band's second full-length entitled War of Angels. Pop Evil can be send on the Trespass America Festival all summer long with Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, and more.
Miss May I have released the official new music video for the track "Hey Mister" online. Fans can view the full music video just above! "Hey Mister" is the first single cut from the band’s upcoming full-length album, At Heart. The band plans on releasing a few more video trailers and full music videos in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out!
It hasn't taken long, but Mello Bravo has already established themselves as a hot band in the Boston area. The group combines a two guitar assault with some very hooky song writing to create a highly appealing sound for their ever growing fanbase. Mello Bravo is a group that blends a lot of different styles including rock, metal, blues and even country into a truly energetic vibe. The band continues to play shows in and around the Boston area, spreading the word to as many new fans as possible. The song and video "Where the Bodies Lay" is truly representative of what Mello Bravo is all about, a talented and emerging rock band.
Atlantic Avenue has released their new video for "Overrated". This song will appear on their new album on Eulogy Recordings which will be released on July 3rd. The album is titled When The Lights Go Down. The band will be appearing July 6 through 31st on the Vans Warped tour on the OurStage.com stage.
Unless you're about six years old then you probably hate Elmo. I mean like detest, with a passion, especially if you grew up during the "tickle me Elmo" fad of the 1990s that we so desperately want to pretend never happened. Well in this clip, Elmo saves some face, at least a little bit as he goes full out into some ear-piercing death metal. Mind you, I'm not really sure how he is able to recreate such a sound on his little piano. I guess he really is one talented little red puppet. Backing him up on this one are Big Bird and Snuffleupagus who looks like he's stoned with the way he's moving his eyes. After giving this a look you'll probably agree with me that Elmo is one talented little bastard.
The Protest is a band with a message. The has been called an "upper echelon" Christian band that has set out to make an impact in the music industry and to spread the word of God in a positive manner. The band entered the studio in the Summer of 2011 with Grammy award winning producer Travis Wyrick and came out with a renewed focus and direction. One of the results of these recording sessions was the song "We Will Rise," a powerful representation of The Protest's vision and message.
Apparently Ronald McDonald is a big fan of Norwegian black metal. In this video, we see Ronald getting down in full McDonald makeup and uniform to the Dimmu Borgir song "The Ancestral Fever."
Hyro Da Hero's debut album, Birth, School, Work, Death, loads tons of rock 'n' roll attitude into explosive, engaging and enthralling rap music. The Houston-bred, Los Angeles-based MC has been praised by critics and peers alike, including Korn front-man Jonathan Davis who called the enigmatic debut 2011's "Album of the Year" in Revolver. The album was produced by the multi-platinum Ross Robinson, who has held the reigns for the recording of albums by Korn, At the Drive-In, Glassjaw, Slipknot and many more. "Ross Robinson pulled a lot out of me," says Hyro. "He pushed me to the edge, and I was able to realize everything I'd always dreamed my music would sound like with his help." The single, "Sleeping Giants," is a powerful scream for revolution with a hard-hitting video to match.
Montreal based extreme metallers Kataklysm have made a posted a lyric video for their brand new track "The Iron Will" online. The songs comes off their upcoming multidisc DVD entitled The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined, which can now be pre-ordered via the Nuclear Blast USA web shop. The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined will be released on July 3rd and will feature a documentary and bonus CD materials.
Since uniting in Orlando, FL four years ago, Blood On the Dance Floor, the 20-something, highly controversial duo of Dahvie Vanity and Jayy Von Monroe, have been releasing provocative electro-rock tracks and amassing an enormous online fan-base. On June 19th, they will release their 4th full-length album, Evolution, a transitional work away from their more edgy roots and into a much more personal place motivated by history, spirituality, and literature. The official video for their new single, "Unforgiven," officially premiered online recently.
With their new album Correct Behavior due out on July 24th via Kanine Records, Eternal Summers were anxious to premiere this new video for their popular song "Millions". Take a gander!
PS I Love You's second long-player, Death Dreams, was released earlier this month and has received rave-reviews from critics in North America and Europe. Last week they debuted the Nevan Lochhead directed video for Death Dreams' relentless "Princess Towers". The band's Paul Saulnier recently told NOW Magazine about the building in Kingston that inspired the song "Princess Towers": "It’s a really strange-looking building, probably the tallest in the city," says Saulnier. "When you’re riding the ferry and looking at Kingston, the city looks like an old, pretty place, and then there’s this giant monolithic concrete thing. It’s weird-looking, but I’ve always loved it, and it has charm."
Redlight King recently made a stop at the Carolina Rebellion festival in Rockingham NC, performing alongside the likes of Shinedown, Korn, Evanescence, and many more. The band shared a brand new clip featuring a performance of "Bullet In My Hand" (from the band's debut album, Something For the Pain, available now on iTunes) to a crowd of over 30.000 people.
Resistance is a modern death metal band which recently released a music video for the song "Hordes of the Damned" off their latest full-length offering, To Judge and Enslave.
In these crazy times of metal and hardcore music, countless bands try their hand at surfacing above the skimming mediocrity of their local scenes and advancing themselves to the next level of recognition and fame. Emerging from Long Island, New York this decade, Misery is a group of five talented individuals who prove that not only is this feat possible, but once achieved can lead to even greater discovery and appreciation for the scene and those around them. Check out this sick video for their song "Gone Tomorrow".
Orlando, Florida metal band I Will Break Thee released this awesome video for their song "Irony Of Humanity" in late April of 2012. The video was shot and directed by Charlie Osceola of Black Drink Productions and the bands' latest EP is out now via Screamhouse Media.
Mississauga, Ontario-based post-hardcore/rock group Horizons recently post their music video for the song "Washed Away". This new five piece group is quickly making a name for themselves through determination and grassroots self-promotion. This video was shot and edited by Skyler Lafreniere.
The Duke Spirit released their brand new single "Glorious" today as a follow up to their critically acclaimed album Bruiser. The song was produced by the band in London prior to their current U.S. dates with Jane's Addiction and subsequent headline shows, the fiery new track was mixed by Catherine Marks (PJ Harvey, Depeche Mode, Interpol) at the legendary Assault & Battery Studio. The accompanying video was conceived by cult Sheffield street artist Kid Acne. Directed by fellow artist and co-conspirator Dscreet, the film features excerpts from Kid Acne's Stabby Women film series.
Endorphins is the title of the fourth album from the Polish band Desdemona, which brings new energy to the European dark scene. The disc combines different music styles such as industrial, metal, electro and even dubstep in a fresh, intriguing and energetic way. The album consists of 10 news songs and is set for a May 28th release by Danse Macabre Records. The album's first single is the track "Bring in All" - check out the video above.