Of Mice & Men Premiere New Official Music Video “How To Survive”

Of Mice & Men premiere a new official music video for their latest song, “How To Survive”.Zev Deans (Ghost, Denzel Curry) helmed the clip.

Comments vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley of the video:

“We’re excited to debut our new video for ‘How To Survive,’ which we worked on with director Zev Deans. Together, we we’re able to bring the visual and story elements of this song to fruition… and more is to come!”

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Sevendust Posts New Music Video “Risen” Online

Sevendust have released a music video for the next single from their 12th studio album, “All I See Is War.” “Risen” is a live performance montage clip for the latest single that is currently impacting Active Rock radio. The video was filmed during the band’s recent show in London at the Brixton Academy. Dan Sturge, known for his work with Alter Bridge, directed the clip. You can check it out below.

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Soilwork Premiere Animated Music Video For “Stålfågel”

Soilwork premiere an animated music video for their new song “Stålfågel“. Elia Cristofoli helmed the clip with the track set to appear on the grop’s new full-length “Verkligheten“, out in stores on January 11th.

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Beartooth Premiere New Live Video For “Fire”

Beartooth debut new live footage for their song “Fire”. You can stream that video below with the clip captured across 20 shows from the group’s touring in support of their latest effort “Disease“.

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Last Union Posts “Taken” Video Online Featuring Dream Theater Singer James LaBrie

Italian progressive metal band, Last Union, featuring Mike LePond (Symphony X) on bass, Uli Kusch (ex-Helloween, ex-Masterplan) on drums, and as guest James LaBrie (Dream Theater) on vocals, have released a new music video and single for “Taken”. The track is taken from their debut album, Twelve, out on December 21st via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. Watch the clip below.

The album was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren, best known for his work with Arch Enemy, Symphony X, Devin Townsend, Angra, and Opeth, to name a few. The album artwork was created by Thomas Ewerhard (Avantasia, Rage, Threshold).

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Imperial Domain Premiere New Music Video For “Conspiracy”

Swedish melodic death metal band IMPERIAL DOMAIN premiere a new music video for the song “CONSPIRACY” from the album “The Deluge”, which was released earlier this year by Inverse Records.

Watch the clip now below:

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Five Finger Death Punch Debut New Music Video “When The Seasons Change” – Dedicate It To Fallen Las Vegas Police Officer Charleston Hartfield

Five Finger Death Punch debut a music video for their latest cut, “When The Seasons Change“. Nick Peterson directed the clip, with the track taken from the group’s latest release “And Justice For None“. The video is dedicated to late Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield, who died in the October 2017 mass shooting at the “Route 91 Harvest Music Festival” in Las Vegas.

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Between The Buried And Me Preview New Track “Gold Distance”

Another new Between The Buried And Me track is being previewed with the clip of “Gold Distance” streaming below via Twitter. The group’s new effort “Automata I“ -the first of a two-part album – will be out in stores on March 09th.

TWO WEEKS until Automata I is released. Here’s a clip of our new song “GOLD DISTANCE” Pre-orders: https://t.co/XLJ7LxT2Br pic.twitter.com/Gti76zyBFM

— BTBAM (@btbamofficial) February 23, 2018

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Extinction A.D. Debut New Music Video “Secret Worlds”

Extinction A.D. premiere a new music video for their song “Secret Worlds“. The band’s sophomore release “Decimation Treaty” will be out in stores this Friday, February 16th, via Good Fight Music.

Says the band of the clip:

“We collaborated and filmed this video with Anthony Altamura of Nightmare Film Crew after discussing the gap between factual news exposure and what gets mainstream media coverage. Whether we’re acutely aware of it or not, the free press is under attack. The idea of a guerrilla broadcast and the use of archaic technology as a means of spreading modern information was an interesting concept to mess with, as well as trying to capture our live energy in a non-live environment.”

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