High On Fire Releases ‘Frost Hammer’ Music Video

“Frost Hammer”, the new video from the the Oakland, California-based power trio HIGH ON FIRE, has been released. Filmed on location in both Los Angeles and New York City with director Kevin Custer for Toaster in the Tub, the clip showcases intense performance footage of the award-winning band juxtaposed alongside “the epic tale of a warrior’s sojourn to the cold and barren Plateau of Leng where he secures the fabled Frost Hammer that will be used to enact the final rites and complete the dark rebirth and reign of the Frost Child.”

“Frost Hammer”
HIH ON FIRE music video Frost Hammer

Hatebreed Covers Slayer Classic ‘Ghosts Of War’

The new music video for HATEBREED‘s cover of the SLAYER classic “Ghosts of War” is available. (Video stream may not work for non-U.S. residents). Helmed by “Live Dominance” director Kevin Custer, the clip is the first to feature returning HATEBREED guitarist Wayne Lozinak. The track comes off the band’s forthcoming covers album, “For The Lions”, which is scheduled for release on May 5, 2009.

“Ghosts Of War”
HATEBREED music video Ghosts Of War

In Flames | ‘Delight And Angers’

“Delight and Angers” is the new music video from Swedish metal band IN FLAMES, can be viewed below. The clip was once again directed and produced by Patric Ullaeus ( DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL) of Revolver Film Company, who has helmed a number of IN FLAMES videos in the past, including “Take This Life”, “My Sweet Shadow”, “The Quiet Place” and “Alias”.

“Delight & Angers”
IN FLAMES music video Delight & Angers

Dope | ‘Addiction’

DOPE‘s video for the song “Addiction” was helmed by directors Kevin Custer (KINGDOM OF SORROW, TESTAMENT) and Dale “Rage” Resteghini (TRIVIUM, HATEBREED) in New Jersey on January 8-10. Prior to the video shoot, the band put out a call for a “bad-ass chopper” and a large boa constrictor or a python to feature in one of the videos.

DOPE music video Addiction

Adagio | ‘Fear Circus’

“Fear Circus” is the new video from French neo-classical metallers ADAGIO. The song comes off the band’s new album, “Archangels In Black”, due on February 2 via Listenable Records.

According to a press release, “without being a concept album, ‘Archangels In Black’ evokes the band’s convictions about a certain Nightside philosophy and a very personal approach of life and death.” Guitarist Stéphan Forté says, “Darkness is a concept with many branches, often misunderstood from outside, but elemental for some kind.”