“Adrenaline”, the video for the fifth single from SHINEDOWN‘s 20120 album “Amaryllis”, has been released. The clip, which was filmed on the Carnival Of Madness tour earlier this year, was shot by Rob Fenn and it “showcases SHINEDOWN‘s penchant for a high-energy rock show, featuring both video and photo stills taken during the concerts,” according to Billboard.com.
“I’ll Follow You” is the new video from SHINEDOWN, which comes off the band’s fourth album, “Amaryllis”:
SHINEDOWN video for the song “Unity” has been released. The track comes off the band’s fourth studio album, “Amaryllis”, which comes out on March 27 and follows up the band’s biggest success yet, 2008’s “The Sound Of Madness”.
“Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)”, the new video from Jacksonville, Florida rockers SHINEDOWN. The song is a digital single, written for the 2010 movie “The Expendables”. The song was released on iTunes on June 15, 2010, and to other online retailers on June 21, 2010.
Checkout some live footage of Jacksonville, Florida rockers SHINEDOWN performing the song “Sound of Madness” live at the Tabernacle in Atlanta earlier this year. The clip comes off the band’s “The Sight of Madness” video album, which was released on November 17.
SHINEDOWN‘s music video for the title track from the band’s latest album, “The Sound Of Madness” has been released. “The Sound Of Madness” follows “Second Chance”, the CD’s second single, which recently topped the rock radio charts. Brent Smith told The Pulse of Radio that “The Sound Of Madness” doesn’t have the same uplifting message as its predecessor. “People always have a person that they see self-destructing themselves, and at a point in time, you get over trying to make them understand,” he said. “And as you help them, they keep constantly just going downhill. And it’s this song where it’s the person telling the other person, ‘You know what? I know that you’ve gone through all this stuff, I know that it’s hard, but I’ve gone through the same thing that you’ve gone through.'”