Los Angeles thrash metal legends Body Count have released the new music video for "This Is Why We Ride," directed by Treach (Naughty By Nature).
Los Angeles thrash metal legends Body Count have kept it coming with another new music video, now for "Here I Go Again" from their awesome new record Bloodlust.
Body Count recently partnered with renowned graphic artist Tommy Ruffin to create the new animated, violent music video for "The Ski Mask Way."
The eleven tracks on Bloodlust have more anger, vitriol, and raw power than most of Ice-T's metal peers can muster on their best day.
Ice-T and Body Count have dropped a music video for "Black Hoodie," the latest single from the legendary group's new album Bloodlust.
Body Count featuring Ice-T’s are set to release their newest album Bloodlust on March 31st and today have released the new track "The Ski Mask Way."
Ice T's Body Count are back and angrier than ever on their latest music video for "No Lives Matter" off their anticipated new, full-length recording, Bloodlust.
Controversial and iconic metallers, Body Count (featuring Ice-T on vocals), have revealed a teaser video for their forthcoming new single, "No Lives Matter," off their anticipated new, full-length recording, Bloodlust.
Body Count, (featuring Ice-T on vocals), has officially inked a world-wide deal with Century Media Records and have begun tracking their highly anticipated new, full-length offering with Will Putney.
The legendary Body Count (featuring Ice-T on vocals) made a triumphant return with their much anticipated, new full-length album, Manslaughter last summer.
Body Count's Ill Will says the band went back to basics when it came down to writing, getting together in a room and recording, "what we came up with was Manslaughter, you know?"
Body Count rocked a solid set at Mayhem Festival playing "Cop Killer," tunes from Manslaughter, and covering some Slayer.
Probably the most anticipated act playing this year's Mayhem Festival is Body Count. The Los Angeles band, fronted by Ice-T, played some old favorites and a few songs off the recently-released Manslaughter album.
The legendary Body Count (featuring Ice-T on vocals) triumphantly returns with their much anticipated, new full-length album, Manslaughter, which is set for a June 10th release.
Body Count's new music video for the track, "Talk Shit, Get Shot," was directed by Frankie Nasso (Asking Alexandria).