Metal Video Podcast
UVTV’s Heavy Metal Video Podcast features music videos and live videos of heavy metal, black metal, and thrash artists from all over the world. We’ve got signed bands as well as unsigned artists. If you think your band has what it takes to be on the show submit your video to us. Our motto is, if you don’t suck, you’ll be on!
UVTV’s VIDEO PODCAST
Description & History:
UVTV’s Heavy Metal Video Podcast features music videos, live videos, concerts and interviews of heavy metal, black metal, thrash and anything that is metal! With over 7 million views all time, the podcast is the #1 metal video podcast on iTunes.
Some of the bands UVTV has filmed include:
Type O Negative, In Flames, Clutch, Trivium, Shadows Fall, Devildriver, Bullet For My Valentine, Mastodon, The Dillinger Escape Plan, It Dies Today, Still Remains, Genghis Tron, Chimaira, Hatebreed, Exodus, Soil, Lacuna Coil, Throwdown, Bane, Prong, Bleeding Through, Entombed, God Forbid, Car Bomb, Cellador, Unearth, Deadstar Assembly, Seemless, Misery Signals, The Showdown, Strapping Young Lad, Cryptopsy, The Agony Scene, Psyopus, Scum Of The Earth (Riggs from Rob Zombie), Napalm Death, Pro-Pain, In This Moment, Josh Todd (Buckcherry), The Sword, Soil, 36 Crazyfists, Walls Of Jericho, A Life Once Lost, Bif Naked, Demiricous, Evergreen Terrace, Dirty Rig, Dog Fashion Disco, Droid, Fireball Ministry, Goatwhore, The End, Belphegor, Crowbar, Kittie, Reflux, Zao, Origin, Dying Fetus, Lynam, Shram, Warrior Soul, Norma Jean, MyChildren MyBride, Soilwork, Darkane, Daylight Dies, Toxic Holocaust, Five Finger Death Punch, OTEP, White Wizzard, Earth Crisis, Winds Of Plague, All That Remains, The Agonist, Mary Magdalan, Rikets, Dark Tranquility Jungle Rot, Warbringer, Soilwork, and more.
The list is always growing!
Isn’t it time you made UVTV’s Heavy Metal Video Podcast your headbanging alternative for heavy metal, hardcore, death metal, black metal, speed metal, progressive metal, thrash, metalcore, punk, industrial and goth music videos?
If you liked Headbanger’s Ball on MTV2 or Uranium on Fuse, then you’ll like UVTV … perhaps even more!