New Video “Afternow” Available From Blackfinger

Featuring the instantly recognizable vocals of former Trouble (and current The Skull) front man Eric Wagner, the doom group Blackfinger – which also features guitarist Terry Weston (Dream Death, Penance) – has unveiled a music video for the song “Afternow.” Filmed in the band’s rehearsal room, with additional footage added and edited by Rafael Ortega (Helsott, Ayreon), the clip can be seen in the player at the bottom.

Says Wagner, “I think ‘Afternow’ is about wondering why things are the way they are when they don’t really need to be. Maybe if we could only catch a glimpse of where we came from, it might be enough to change the future. (Wishful, I’m afraid.)”

“Afternow” comes from Blackfinger’s just-released M-Theory Audio debut, “When Colors Fade Away.” The album can currently be streamed on all digital platforms, while physical copies on CD and limited-edition blue/black marbled vinyl – which feature photos from Matt Bluejay and a striking graphic design by Al Oaks – can be purchased at M-Theory Audio’s online store and at select retailers worldwide.

Blackfinger has also announced a record release show, which will take place in Wagner’s current hometown of Pittsburgh at the venue Howlers on Oct. 28. The group will announce additional performances in the coming weeks.

Check out the clip here:

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New Video Clip “When The Magic Is Gone” Issued By Artillery

Danish power thrash metal act Artillery released the new video clip “When the Magic is Gone.” The song is taken from the latest album “Penalty By Perception,” which was issued in 2016 via Metal Blade Records.

Check out the clip here:

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New Lyric Video “Road To Heaven” Issued By Stormhammer

Munich based power metal act Stormhammer posted a new lyric video for the song “Road to Heaven.” The song appears on the band’s latest effort “Welcome to the End,” which was issued back in March via Massacre Records.

Check out the clip here:

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Northlane Premieres New Music Video For “Colourwave” From Latest Album “Mesmer”

Northlane premieres a new music video for “Colourwave”, taken from the band’s latest release “Mesmer”, out in stores now via UNFD.

Check out now “Colourwave” below.

Says the band of the clip:

“‘Colourwave‘ is about breaking through the darkness we sometimes create within our own minds. The video we have created with long time collaborator Jason Eshragian is a visual representation of some of the most heartfelt lyrics to appear on Mesmer, and he’s enabled us to do it in a stunning way.”

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CyHra (Ex-In Flames, Etc.) Debuts New Music Video “Karma” From Upcoming Debut Album “Letters To Myself”

CyHra, the new band featuring former Amaranthe singer Jake E., ex-In Flames guitarist Jesper Strömblad and Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody drummer Alex Landenburg, debuts a new music video for “Karma”, taken from the upcoming debut album “Letters To Myself”, which is on course for an October 20th release on Spinefarm. Patric Ullaeus (Arch Enemy, Children Of Bodom) directed the clip.

Check out now “Karma” below.

Comments frontman Jake E.:

“It was a pleasure and a no-brainer to re-unite with director Patric Ullaeus for the video. Whatever that man touches just turns to gold. We shot the clip in an old factory that has been abandoned for 25 years. The story line is part of a bigger narrative that will continue in the next video. I am tremendously proud of the end result, and I hope that our fans will be as excited about the video as we are.”

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Video Clip For New Song “Into The Wormhole” Posted By Kadavar

German classic rock/stoner act Kadavar issued a video clip for the new song “Into the Wormhole.” The song ushers in some “Rough Times,” the band’s upcoming release which drops via Nuclear Blast on September 29th.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Rough Times
2. Into the Wormhole
3. Skeleton Blues
4. Die Baby Die
5. Vampires
6. Tribulation Nation
7. Words of Evil
8. The Lost Child
9. You Found the Best in Me
10. A L’ombre Du Temps

Check out the clip here:

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Lyric Video For New Song “Take Me To The Dive Bar” Issued By National Suicide

Italian thrashers National Suicide will release the new album “Massacre Elite” on September 22nd via Scarlet Records.

Today, the band issued a lyric video for the new track “Take Me to the Dive Bar,” which you can check out in the player below.

The track list for “Massacre Elite” is:

1. Deathroll
2. Massacre Elite
3. Take Me to the Dive Bar
4. Pisshead
5. Old, White and Italian
6. What D’you Mean by Metal?
7. Unfit for the Army
8. Trouble Ahead
9. I’m Not a Zombie

Check out the clip here:

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Video Clip For New Song “Isolation” Issued By With The Dead

Lee Dorian fronted doom act With The Dead issued a video clip for the new song “Isolation.” You can check it out over here or simply click play in the player at the bottom.

The song is lifted from the band’s second album, “Love From With The Dead,” which will be released September 22nd via Rise Above Records.

The track list for “Love From With The Dead” can be found here:

1. Isolation
2. Egyptian Tomb
3. Reincarnation of Yesterday
4. Cocaine Phantoms
5. Watching the Ward Go By
6. Anemia
7. CV1

Check out the clip here:

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New Video Clip “A Grave Is The River” Posted By Witchwood

Italian stoner/doom rock act Witchwood issued a new music video for the song “A Grave is the River.” The song appears on the band’s latest effort “Handful Of Stars,” which is available via Jolly Roger Records.

Witchwood will perform live at Hammer of Doom Festival (Germany) in November with Cirith Ungol, Lucifer’s Friend, Count Raven and more AND at the Malta Doom Festival (Malta) in October, with Hell, Atlantean Kodex and more.

Check out the clip here:

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Xaon Releases “Khadath Al Khold” Live Footage

Xaon just released a new live video taken from a show on July 4th, 2017 at Arenele Romane, Bucharest supporting Gojira. Check it out below. The track “Khadath Al Khold” featured in the clip is taken from Xaon’s latest album, “The Drift.”

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