Whorecore Releases ‘Whore Baby’ Music Video

“Whore Baby” is the new video from Israeli death metal perverts WHORECORE. The song is the band’s last effort with founding member, vocalist Tomer Jones. WHORECORE is now back to its classic two-frontmen formula, with returning member Ariel “Conan” Ron and “newcummer” Zion Mizrachi handling the vocal duties and “man-on-man fondling action on stage,” according to a press release.

Inhale Exhale Releases ‘Did You Ever Have A Touch To Lose’ Music Video

After releasing two albums that firmly entrenched them as pillars of the metalcore genre, Cleveland OH’s INHALE EXHALE realized it was time to take a cue from one of their most famous edifices – the Pro Football Hall Of Fame – and go for that glorious Hail Mary.

“Did You Ever Have A Touch To Lose”
INHALE EXHALE music video Did You Ever Have A touch To Lose

Tooth And Nail Records New Music Videos For Kutless, Since October, and FM Static

Here’s a few new music videos by Tooth And Nail Records artists Kutless, with ‘To Know That You’re Alive”, FM Static with “Her Father’s Song” and Since October with “Guilty”.

“To Know That You’re Alive”
Kutless music video To Know That You're Alone

Since October
Since October music video Guilty

FM Static
“Her Father’s Song”
FM Static music video Her Father's Song

Corey Crowder | ‘Look How Far We’ve Come’

From the musicall barren state of South Carolina comes a singer/songwriter name Corey Crowder who’s music can only be described as timeless. Crowder’s music manages to capture elements of the 60’s and 70’s while still maintaining relevance in the modern music world. With an emphasis on heartfelt lyrics that tell the story of his life and those around him, listeners are inevitably left with words that seem to tell their life story as well.

“Look How Far We’ve Come”
COREY CROWDER music video Look How Far We've Come

FM Static | ‘Boy Moves To A New Town With An Optimistic Outlook’

What’s the difference between FM Static and Thousand Foot Krutch? Singer songwriter Trevor McNevan and drummer Steve Augustine lead both bands but the former is a side project to the lattter. In fact, the public has shown love for each act’s efforts, from FM Static’s summery punk-pop to TFK’s more autumnal metallic rock.

“Boy Moves To A New Town With An Optimistic Outlook”
FM STATIC music video Boy Moves To A New Town With An Optimistic Outlook

Underoath | ‘Too Bright To See Too Loud To Hear’

As the final notes rung out on ‘Lost In The Sound Of Separation’ it’s evident that the six men of Tampa FL based UNDEROATH, who’ve built a career on being both heavy and experimental, have delivered their most ambitious and accomplished disc to date. Succinct and resolute, there’s little denying that the 43 minute, 11 track follow up to 2006’s rapturously received and gold certified ‘Define The Great Line’ is a hard music masterpiece.

“Too Bright To See Too Loud To Hear”
UNDEROATH music video Too Bright To See Too Loud To Hear