Red Queen Posts “Insidious” Music Video

Las Vegas group Red Queen just released an official music video for “Insidious,” taken off of the band’s debut 2016 EP release “Star Blood.”

“Insidious” was directed by Elena Vladi, co-directed by Patrick Crisci, and filmed by Patrick Crisci of Harsh World Studio and Vicente Cordero of Industrialsm Films.

Vocalist Elana Vladi comments: “This song tells a personal story of a toxic relationship between two people, when love becomes very much like a drug addiction that slowly destroys you but also keeps you blinded on the edge of being high and oblivious.”

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Lung Flower Posts “Beyond Burnt Out” Video

Vancouver’s sludgy stoner doom / grunge hybrid Lung Flower just posted a new psychedelic music video for “Beyond Burnt Out” in support of latest album “Effigy” released during in 2016. The album is the follow-up to 2014 EP “Death On The Crowsnest” and 2012 debut album “Under A Dying Sun.”

Lung Flower comments on the video: “The video was mostly shot in an abandoned house on the outskirts of Abbotsford BC. We chose this location because it was a perfect symbol for the meaning of the song, the purposely literal lyrics conveying the everyday struggle of the modern day city dwelling man.

“Burning the candle at both ends eventually leaves you hollow and empty, like most of this house was. We felt that this house, with its disrepair, a sad shadow of what it probably once was, served as our metaphor for a person trying to walk the edge of the abyss, the edge of alleviation and addiction. Someone who is quite literally Beyond Burnt Out.”

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Details Of New Album “On The Edge Of Tomorrow” Released By Invisible Mirror, Lyric Video Available

Switzerland’s Invisible Mirror will issue the new album “On the Edge of Tomorrow” on January 20th (digital release) and February 17th (CD Release USA, Europe) via Wormholedeath Records.

A hard and heavy metal band with a combination of stadium choruses and heavy guitar riffs. A unit playing songs with strong melodies, impulsive drums and groovy bass lines, mixed with progressive sound elements. This was Ricky Bonazza’s vision. Very soon his vision would become reality.

Bonazza stated: “It‘s been a hell of a ride! We really took all the time necessary to work out every detail on the album, to make it sound just the way it‘s supposed to. It wasn‘t always easy but when I‘m listening to it now, it‘s exactly how we have envisioned it and beyond. We‘re really proud of the result. I think it‘s a very versatile album, very musical, almost like a journey because we combine so many different music elements. Our goal was to keep everything natural and organic, there‘s this rawness that makes the record breathe and that‘s also how it was mixed. There are literately no drum samples, triggers or anything like that, all real sounds, all natural. The way we‘ve recorded it makes it sound very dynamic and also adds a certain live feel to it. Kind of a modern/vintage record. Our motto in the studio was „feeling and emotions“. I think we have accomplished that.”

As a taste, the band issued a lyric video for the new song “Life of a Stranger,” which you can check out below. The track listing for the album is:

1. Frozen River
2. Strike Back
3. Different Ways
4. Believe
5. Conspiracy of Minds
6. Life of a Stranger
7. Hungry for Love
8. On the Edge of Tomorrow
9. Beyond the Sky
10.The loner Biography

Check out “Life of a Stranger” here:

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Destrage launches video for new single, “Don’t Stare at the Edge”, online

– October 17th, 2016 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, due out October 21st via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a preview of A Means To No End, a video for the new track, “Don’t Stare At The Edge”, is now online. Written, edited and directed by Lorenzo Ameri and produced by Camilla Romeo, “Don’t Stare At The Edge” can be viewed here: metalblade.com/destrage

Destrage comments: “‘Don’t Stare At The Edge’ faces the theme of fear, an emotion that paralyzes. Should we want more? Should we be cautious and stay with what we have? ‘Maybe I’m trying too hard to keep this much together, when the pile falls apart into pieces, I have no hands to grab them’ means that the expression ‘less is more’ may be true when it is about possessions, but wrong when it is about settling for undesirable, humble conditions like jobs – we refer to that as ‘just a means to an end…’
The fact is, ‘less is a bore’. That’s why we think that jumping down the cliff, hand in hand with fear, is a good thing. ‘Don’t stare at the edge, take a good look down’, even though heroes tell you to not look down when they come and they think they are saving you.”

For another preview of A Means To No End, a lyric video (directed by The Jack Stupid / thejackstupid.com) for the first single, “Symphony of the Ego”, can be seen at: metalblade.com/destrage – where the record can also be pre-ordered in the following formats:


–CD
–180g black vinyl
–olive marble vinyl (limited to 200 copies!)
*an exclusive t-shirt bundle, plus digital options are also available!

Destrage recorded A Means To No End at RecLab Studios in Milan, reuniting with their longtime collaborator Larsen Premoli, and his assistant Alex D’Errico. While tracking, at the suggestion of drummer Federico Paulovich, they brought percussionist Alessandro “Pacho” Rossi into the fold. Having entered into the writing process with no plans beyond simply wanting to write good music, the finished product – which is mixed by Steve Evetts and mastered by Alan Douches – is somewhat revelatory, and will certainly grab the attention of anyone exposed to it. Known for their powerful live shows, these tracks are sure to sound incredible when blasted from titanic speakers as the band take them to the masses.

See below for the official track-listing!

A Means To No End track-listing
1. A Means to No End
2. Don’t Stare at the Edge
3. Symphony of the Ego
4. Silent Consent
5. The Flight
6. Dreamers
7. Ending to a Means
8. Peacefully Lost
9. Not Everything Is Said
10. To Be Tolerated
11. Blah Blah
12. A Promise, a Debt
13. Abandon to Random

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
http://www.facebook.com/destrage
http://www.youtube.com/destrage
http://twitter.com/destrage
http://instagram.com/destrage_official
http://www.soundcloud.com/destrage

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Destrage launches video for new single, “Don’t Stare at the Edge”, online

– October 17th, 2016 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, due out October 21st via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a preview of A Means To No End, a video for the new track, “Don’t Stare At The Edge”, is now online. Written, edited and directed by Lorenzo Ameri and produced by Camilla Romeo, “Don’t Stare At The Edge” can be viewed here: metalblade.com/destrage

Destrage comments: “‘Don’t Stare At The Edge’ faces the theme of fear, an emotion that paralyzes. Should we want more? Should we be cautious and stay with what we have? ‘Maybe I’m trying too hard to keep this much together, when the pile falls apart into pieces, I have no hands to grab them’ means that the expression ‘less is more’ may be true when it is about possessions, but wrong when it is about settling for undesirable, humble conditions like jobs – we refer to that as ‘just a means to an end…’
The fact is, ‘less is a bore’. That’s why we think that jumping down the cliff, hand in hand with fear, is a good thing. ‘Don’t stare at the edge, take a good look down’, even though heroes tell you to not look down when they come and they think they are saving you.”

For another preview of A Means To No End, a lyric video (directed by The Jack Stupid / thejackstupid.com) for the first single, “Symphony of the Ego”, can be seen at: metalblade.com/destrage – where the record can also be pre-ordered in the following formats:


–CD
–180g black vinyl
–olive marble vinyl (limited to 200 copies!)
*an exclusive t-shirt bundle, plus digital options are also available!

Destrage recorded A Means To No End at RecLab Studios in Milan, reuniting with their longtime collaborator Larsen Premoli, and his assistant Alex D’Errico. While tracking, at the suggestion of drummer Federico Paulovich, they brought percussionist Alessandro “Pacho” Rossi into the fold. Having entered into the writing process with no plans beyond simply wanting to write good music, the finished product – which is mixed by Steve Evetts and mastered by Alan Douches – is somewhat revelatory, and will certainly grab the attention of anyone exposed to it. Known for their powerful live shows, these tracks are sure to sound incredible when blasted from titanic speakers as the band take them to the masses.

See below for the official track-listing!

A Means To No End track-listing
1. A Means to No End
2. Don’t Stare at the Edge
3. Symphony of the Ego
4. Silent Consent
5. The Flight
6. Dreamers
7. Ending to a Means
8. Peacefully Lost
9. Not Everything Is Said
10. To Be Tolerated
11. Blah Blah
12. A Promise, a Debt
13. Abandon to Random

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
http://www.facebook.com/destrage
http://www.youtube.com/destrage
http://twitter.com/destrage
http://instagram.com/destrage_official
http://www.soundcloud.com/destrage

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Black Table Posts New Song “Helm”

New song “Helm” has just come online, which is a track off Black Table’s upcoming sun-dimming atrocity of an album, “Obelisk.”

Led by the gut-wrenching screams of frontwoman-powerhouse Mers Sumida, Black Table presents a version of extreme music that twists, turns, weaves, and unravels. Sludgy post-rock teeters on the edge of a blackened hellscape – the band traverses truly dismal realms and also catches glimpses of brightness and triumph.

The album was produced by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Sleep, Leviathan) and mastered by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice), and will be released October 14th via Silent Pendulum Records in the US, and Moment of Collapse Records in Europe.

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Dark Forest Posts New Song “Where The Arrow Falls”

U.K. group Dark Forest has a new track out today from impending album “Beyond The Veil.” Check out “Where The Arrow Falls” in the SoundCloud player below.

“Beyond The Veil” is due out August 26th via Cruz Del Sur Music and is available for pre-order at this location. The full track listing consists of:

1. On the Edge of Twilight
2. Where the Arrow Falls
3. Autumn’s Crown
4. Blackthorn
5. Lunantishee
6. The Wild Hunt
7. Earthbound
8. The Undying Flame
9. Mên-an-Tol
10. Beyond the Veil
11. Ellylldan
12. The Lore of the Land

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Meshiaak Streaming New Song “Chronicles Of The Dead”

Australian band Meshiaak’s “Alliance of Thieves” album will be released on the 19th of August, 2016 via Mascot Records. Check out new song (and album opening track) “Chronicles Of The Dead” below. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Chronicles of the Dead
2. It Burns at Both Ends
3. I Am Among You
4. Drowning, Fading, Falling (watch the video here)
5. At the Edge of the World
6. Last Breath Taken
7. Maniacal
8. Alliance of Thieves
9. Death of an Anthem

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Lryic Video For New Track “On The Edge” Issued By Mob Rules

German melodic power metal act Mob Rules released a lyric video for the new track “On the Edge.” The song appears on the new release “Tales From Beyond,” which will see release on March 18th via SPV/Steamhammer Records. “Tales From Beyond” will be issued as a Digipak (incl. 1 bonus track + poster), double colored vinyl LP and digital download. Pre-orders are available at this location>

The track list for the release is:

1. Dykemaster’s Tale
2. Somerled
3. Signs
4. On The Edge
5. My Kingdom Come
6. The Healer
7. Dust Of Vengeance
8. A Tale From Beyond (Part 1: Through The Eye Of The Storm)
9. A Tale From Beyond (Part 2: A Mirror Inside)
10. A Tale From Beyond (Part 3: Science Save Me!)
11. Outer Space (Digipak Bonus Track)

Check out “On the Edge” here:

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Lux Purus Posts “At The Edge Of The World” Lyric Video

Croatian symphonic metal band Lux Purus has a lyric video online now for the song “At The Edge Of The World,” which can be heard below. The track comes of the “Chaos Creates” release, with the full track listing as follows:

1. At the Edge of the World
2. Raised By the Wolves
3. The Seven Seals
4. Prophecy Of the Seventh Generation
5. Carpe Diem

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