Frankenbok Posts “Never To Return” Music Video

Australia’s Frankenbok is hitting fans with a double whammy, with a brand new tune “Never To Return” and a music video to boot. The ‘Bok described the clip as “no bullshit, with the band doing what we do best.”

Frankenbok also issues a massive thanks to director Sam Richards, who donated his talents to this project, as well as all the crazy bastards who took part in the filming at Brunswick’s Whole Lotta Love Bar.

The only way to get your hands on a copy of the song is to download it via Bandcamp here, as Frankenbok has confirmed it will not be featured on any upcoming releases.

Fans can download the track for free, or if you’re feeling generous, you can pay the band what you think it’s worth.

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AC/DC Streaming Official “Rock or Bust” Video

AC/DC unleashed the official “Rock or Bust” clip today with invited fans participating in the video shoot.

AC/DC shot the clip in London, playing in the round to a group of fans. The band shot “Rock or Bust” again without drummer Phil Rudd, who is scheduled to appear in court on November 27 being charged with possession of methamphetamine and cannabis. Drummer Bob Richards (Shogun) sat behind the kit for the filming of the video.

AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust” follows the recent single “Play Ball”. The new album drops on December 2.

You can now watch the “Rock or Bust” video below.

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AC/DC Posts Official Video “Play Ball”

“Play Ball” is taken from AC/DC’s new album, “Rock Or Bust”, which is set to drop December 2. The CD was recorded in Vancouver, Canada earlier this year.

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was missing from the band’s new publicity photo and was also absent at the band’s video shoot for “Play Ball” and “Rock Or Bust”.
Rudd was replaced for the filming by drummer Bob Richards (best known for playing with Shogun and Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith).
Singer Brian Johnson reportedly was telling fans at the shoot that Rudd was unable to participate due to an undisclosed “family emergency.”

Rudd was charged with attempting to “procure murder” by New Zealand police on November 6, but the charge was dropped a day later by the Crown Solicitor Greg Hollister-Jones.

Phil Rudd must return to court on November 27, where he still faces the charge of “threatening to kill” and possession of meth and marijuana.

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A Glimpse Of Daylight Posts “Heaven Shall Burn” Music Video

Falkenberg, Sweden’s A Glimpse Of Daylight is currently demoing new material for an upcoming release, and in the meantime you can check out the band’s music video for “Heaven Shall Burn” below.

Photographs from the filming of the “Heaven Shall Burn” video clip are also available at the A Glimpse Of Daylight Facebook profile here. The group consists of these members:

Teddie Helander -Guitar
Jonathan Helander – Drums
Ken Nilsson – Vocals
Sebastian Karlström – Bass
Jimmy Eriksson – Guitar

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Blackened Eyes Posts New Lyric Video “Days Of Terror”

Thrash metal outfit Blackened Eyes has a new single out now titled “Days of Terror.” Check out the newly released track via a lyric video below. The band also comments:

“As if just releasing a single wasn’t enough, we would also like to announce that we are creating a music video starting in just two weeks for Days of Terror!

“It will be produced by the band alongside Meagan Smith. A meeting is to be held tomorrow discussing final arrangements before (getting drunk) the filming begins!”

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Fear Of Domination Posts New “Legion” Video

Back in October, Finnish industrial metal band Fear Of Domination had its fans participate in the shooting of its new video “Legion,” whose apocalyptic party theme was embellished by the fans dressing up in MadMax/Fallout couture. Dirtstudios was responsible for the filming of the entire video, which was released today.

The Finnish site Radio Rock is streaming the entire five minute “Legion” video, which can be viewed at its website. The track will be part of the “Distorted Delusions” twelve-song release, which will be released on Feb. 7th, 2014.

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C.F.A. Posts Third In Series Of Four Videos

The raucous good time Tacoma punkers of C.F.A. (Cody Foster Army) have announced that the third in a series of four videos, “Built Up Knocked Down,” from the massively hailed Ripple Music debut album “Managed By The Devil, Brought To You By The Grace Of God.” This video, which follows “Sons of the Soil” and “Kick Rocks,” was Cody’s concept. C.F.A. did all the filming and lighting. Killiam Lord did all the editing and visual effects. And the whole thing was shot in C.F.A.’s lair, otherwise known as the Bro-Op.

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Kataklysm Shooting New Music Video For “Elevate”

Kataklysm has checked in with the following announcement about shooting a music video for the band’s upcoming album:

“Something strange is happening in Belgrade, Serbia today: the filming of the new video clip ‘Elevate’ from the new album ‘Waiting For The End To Come,’ a visual masterpiece in darkness, blood and death metal.”

A teaser trailer for the coming album “Waiting For The End To Come” can also be viewed at this location.

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Cradle Of Filth Posts Behind The Scenes Footage Of New Video

Cradle Of Filth has posted a video on the making of its forthcoming official video for the track “For Your Vulgar Delectation.” The track comes from its tenth and most recent album “The Manticore and Other Horrors,” which was released on Nuclear Blast and debuted at number 96 on the Billboard Chart. While waiting for the video to make its debut next week, check out the filming footage below.

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Hopes Die Last Recruits New Member, Shoots Music Video

Hopes Die Last has added long time collaborator and friend Nekso as a permanent addition to the band’s line up. Featured on the band’s previous songs “Keep Your Hands Off” and “Here Comes Nero,” Nekso will continue to contribute a seamlessly crushing element to the band’s sound and vision.

Hopes Die Last has also just wrapped the filming for new video “The Hellbound” with Get Deluxe Director Tom Welsh (Architects, While She Sleeps, Your Demise). This will be the band’s first release on a new label since parting ways with Standby Records.

Like on previous recordings, Hopes Die Last guitarist Marco Mantovani will be handling production duties. Look for pre-order bundles for their new EP and tour news in May.

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