“Tyrannical Decay” is the new video from San Diego death metallers PATHOLOG. The song comes off the band’s new album, “The Time Of Great Purification”, which will be released on September 25 via Victory Records.
Multi-camera live footage of Wretched performing in Chicago, IL late last month has made its way online:
Taproot have debuted their music video for their new single “No Surrender”. The band shot the clip with director Eric Richter. According to frontman Stephen Richards:
“The video follows the story of the song, in which our main character is in dire need of escaping his dark and mysterious hotel room (not knowing what’d happened there, but feels something bad).
He is running away, unsure towards what, but longing for a sense of security and safety…Do or die, No Surrender!”
The bands new album “The Episodes” is due in stores on April 10th through Victory.
“Dilated Disappointment” is the new video from Charlotte, North Carolina-based metallers WRETCHED. The song, which is now available on iTunes and AmazonMP3, comes off the band’s third full-length album, “Son Of Perdition”, which is scheduled for a March 27 release via Victory Records.
God Forbid have debuted their new music video for their track “Where We Come From”. The group will release their new album “Equilibrium” through Victory Records on March 26th
Emmure have been performing their new song “Protoman” at recent live shows. “Protoman” is the first single from the groups new album “Slave To The Game“, due out April 10th through Victory Records.
“Blood Ties” is the new video from Wisconsin death metallers JUNGLE ROT. The song comes off the band’s latest album, “Kill On Command”, which sold 600 copies in the United States in its first week of release. Released on June 21, 2011 via Victory Records, the CD landed at position No. 76 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.
DESIGN THE SKYLINE have released their visually captivating new video for the single, “Break Free From Your Life” featured off of the new album, Nevaeh, now available everywhere. The incredible buzz that the band has garnered continues to highlight the band as one of the most talked about groups of 2011. Showcasing the creativity and substance behind the group, the Corpus Christi natives unleashed their mind-melting new video today. DESIGN THE SKYLINE also revealed how the concept of the video came together, what they want fans to know about it – and finally, what Justin Timberlake had to do with it all in an exclusive new Revolver interview.
Just a few weeks ago, indie-rock outfit VICTORIAN HALLS was filming the final scenes of their music video in Chicago. The finished product, featuring the addictive single, “A Crush Is A Crush,” is nothing short of what can be expected from the maniacal pop circus.
Entering (literally) into the mind of his crush, the visually brilliant video, directed by member Carlos Luna, features vocalist Sean Lenart encountering this normally untouched territory, only to embark upon the wildly unexpected – an enormous understatement in itself.
What looks to start out as a boy-meets-girl love story takes a sharp turn with a twisted interpretation on the inner workings of his love interest’s mind. Once you wrap your head around the cleverly placed, super-sized stuffed animal monster, the equally colossal box robot will leave you in complete awe of what’s taking place right in front of you in a matter of 3 minutes. The mayhem that ensues may impact people everywhere to think twice before satisfying the hunger to read their crush’s mind.
This special podcast episode features new music videos by Victory Records artists OTEP, Within The Ruins, Destrophy, Jungle Rot, These Hearts, The Bunny The Bear, and A Day To Remember.
Grave Maker‘s new music video for their song “Stronghold” has hit the online world:
Comeback Kid have debuted their new music video for their track “The Concept Stays” online:
A new music video has made its way online from self proclaimed “alternative deathcore” act The Bunny The Bear. The video was shot for the track “Ocean Floor” which is taken off of the band’s Victory Records debut “If You Don’t Have Anything Nice To Say.”
Jungle Rot have released a new music video for their song “Rise Up And Revolt”. The song itself is taken from the bands upcoming album “Kill On Command“, which is set for a June 21st release date through Victory.
Destrophy has posted its new music video online. The video was shot for the track “Closer”:
Blackguard‘s new music video for their song “Firefight” has surfaced. “Firefight” is the title track to the bands new album which is set for a March 29th release date through Victory.
Wretched have debuted their new music video for their track “My Carrion” online. The band will soon hit the road with Son Of Aurelius, Last Chance To Reason and more.
“Bleed Like You”, the new video from New Jersey/New York’s ILL NIÑO, can be seen as part of episode 66 of VicTorV. (The video starts around the 44-second mark.)
Pathology’s new video for their track “Code Injection” has debuted online. The song comes from the groups newly released album, “Legacy Of The Ancients“, which arrived in stores today, July 06th, through Victory.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34bd9D8f3XI
Beneath The Sky’s new video for their track “Terror Starts At Home”:
“Fractured (Everything I Said Was True)”, the new video from the Michigan-based hard rock quartet TAPROOT, has been released. The song comes off the band’s new album, “Plead The Fifth”, which is scheduled for release on May 11 via Victory Records.
Checkout some live footage of BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME‘s January 25, 2010 concert at Peabody’s in Cleveland, Ohio.
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A DAY TO REMEMBER will be releasing the highly anticipated Homesick Deluxe Special Edition on October 26th, 2009! Not only does it include additional acoustic bonus tracks, but a DVD that you can only find in the deluxe edition. Watch the video below to get a peak at what you can expect… the footage includes a full live performance from Switzerland, behind the scenes footage of the band, and music videos!
“Smash The Control Machine” is the new music video from California’s OTEP. The song is the title track of the band’s new album, which is scheduled for release on August 18 via Victory Records.
ENDWELL recently completed a brutal new video for their pummeling new track, “Avoidant: Ghost Will Haunt,” which was shot by acclaimed director Scott Hansen (A Day To Remember, Carnifex). The clip is disturbing and more like a mini-horror movie that compliments the song, which is dark and heavy.
Emmure‘s new video for their track “False Love In Real Life” has been made available. The bands new album “Felony” will see an August 18th release date through Victory.
“Hurting Not Helping”, the new video from the Boston, Massachusetts-based hardcore/metal band BURY YOUR DEAD, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group’s latest album, “It’s Nothing Personal”, which sold around 3,250 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen Soundscan. (digital sales are included in the SoundScan totals.) The CD landed at position No. 2 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.
Dead To Fall recently called it quits. Sad news:
Commented vocalist Jonathan Hunt: “DEAD TO FALL is no more. After nine years, it’s time to say goodbye. There really isn’t an easy way to say this, but the DEAD TO FALL machine broke beyond repair . . . I guess the financial, personal, and emotional strains wore some of us down and caused a violent collapse.
DEAD TO FALL’s fourth album, “Are You Serious?”, was released on February 19 via Victory.
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Live footage taken at Northern Lights in Albany NY.
Dead to Fall just released their new album “Are You Serious” on Victory Records:
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