Nervecell Releases ‘Shunq (To The Despaired… King Of Darkness)’ Music Video

“Shunq (To The Despaired… King Of Darkness)” is the new video from the Dubai-based death/thrash metal band NERVECELL. The song features Karl Sanders of NILE on guest vocals. The clip was directed by Shane De Almeida and edited by Ahmad Al Sharif in the city of Al-Ain in the United Arab Emirates.

Overkill Releases ‘Electric Rattlesnake’ Music Video

OVERKILL have debuted a brand new video for their hit single “Electric Rattlesnake” today. Directed by veteran Kevin J. Custer, the video is the first we’ve seen since the band released the “Bring Me The Night” video in 2010.

Damn, this one BITES hard! Kevin Custer did it again! So plug us in yeah, set us free, this is a thrashing vid the way it’s supposed to be!  Here we go kids ELECTRIC RATTLESNAKE! says front man Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth.

Fatality Releases ‘Monstrous’ Music Video

Toronto thrash metal titans Fatality not only boast a new line-up, but are also currently wrapping up work on some damn good new material. In this exclusive world premiere of their newest music video for the song “Monstrous”, we’re pleased to present you with a preview of the metal madness to come. The audio and video were recorded, edited and mixed by Fatality themselves at their their jam space, lovingly dubbed: The Laboratory.

Suicidal Angels Releases ‘Bloodbath’ Music Video

“Bloodbath” is the new video from Greek thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS. The song is the title track of the band’s new album, which was released on January 27 via NoiseArt Records. The CD features cover artwork by Ed Repka, who has previously worked withMEGADETH and DEATH, and who was responsible for the cover to last year’s “Dead Again”.

Product Of Hate Releases ‘Blood Coated Concrete’ Music Video

Wisconsin’s Product of Hate has posted the band’s first official music video online for “Blood Coated Concrete.”

Shot simultaneously alongside the “Unholy Manipulator” short film (which stars horror icon Ashley Laurence of Hellraiser and Slipknot’s “Snuff”), “Blood Coated Concrete” introduces audiences to one of the Midwest’s rising stars of the metal scene as the band takes position and readies an aural assault with a viciously-addictive blend of thrash, groove, and new wave metal.

The official video for “Blood Coated Concrete” was directed and edited by James Zahn. Director of Photography was Franklin Purtiman, with additional cameras by David H. Greathouse and Robert Kurtzman. The video was shot inside the “Perfect Rubber Mulch” factory in Galion, Ohio.