Divination Posts “Mazel Tov Cocktail” Performance Footage

Divination has released footage online of the band performing “Mazel Tov Cocktail” from the 2010 album “The Age of Man,” which is available below. The full album’s track listing is as follows:

1. Nightmarathon
2. Becoming Pestilence
3. A Necessary Evil
4. Seeds of Decay
5. Mazel Tov Cocktail
6. Hollywood Autophasia
7. Death and Beyond
8. Deception
9. Ego Sum Vestri Abyssus
10. Fall from Grace

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Inferis Posts Additional Live Footage Of "When Men Collide"

Chilean power metal band Inferis posted additional live bootleg footage from the band’s recent show with Italy’s Rhapsody of Fire at Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile on June 26, 2012. In the footage, the band performs the track “When Men Collide” from the 2010 album “When Men Collide: Encounter of the Races” (released on Hitman Records).

The band previously posted live footage of the title track of the latest EP “Lead the Chain,” which can be viewed at this location.

Check out “When Men Collide” here:

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Furyon Posts New Music Video For "Don’t Follow"

U.K. act Furyon posted a new music video for the song “Don’t Follow” from the 2010 debut release “Gravitas.” The band recently signed on with Rock’N’Growl.

The track listing for “Gravitas” is:

1. Disappear Again
2. Stand Like Stone
3. Souvenirs
4. Don’t Follow
5. New Way of Living
6. Voodoo Me
7. Fear Alone
8. Wasted on You
9. Our Peace Someday
10. Desert Suicide

Check out the video here:

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Engel Posts Teaser Video For "In Darkness" Single Off "Hell" LP

Swedish band Engel posted a new teaser video for the song “In Darkness,” which will appear on the band’s new release “Hell.” “Hell” is scheduled to be unleashed on September 7, 2011 through iTunes.

Check out the video here:

For those unfamiliar with Engel, check out the video for “Sense the Fire” from the 2010 LP “
Threnody” here:

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Negative Posts New Music Video For "Believe"

Finnish band Negative have posted a new video for the song “Believe” from the 2010 release “Neon.” The video was filed in Tampere, Finland.

Frontman Jonne Aaron made the following comments on the video: “In the scenes that were filmed on the beach, you can see area where I spent my childhood years … it’s a western part of Tampere city and it’s called Lielahti. If you look really closely, you can see the factory where my grandparents used to work at back in ’60s and ’70s. So this video is kind of a back-to-the-roots step, it means a lot to me. I’m very glad that this video brings more flesh to the song. The song itself is quite romantic and so is the video. We thought it might be very exotic to the people all over the world to film some Finnish nature/sunset.”

Check out the video here:

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Carach Angren Posts "The Sighting Is A Portent Of Doom" Music Video

Dutch symphonic black metal act Carach Angren has posted its new music video online. The video was shot for “The Sighting is a Portent of Doom” which is included on the band’s 2010 release “Death Came Through A Phantom Ship.” You can check out the video in the player below. The band commented on the video by saying;

“Finally, after months of not-so-hard work and unholy procrastination, the first Carach Angren videoclip for the track ‘The Sighting is a Portent of Doom’ from the 2010 album “Death came through a Phantom Ship” has appeared from that place between life and the lifeless void.

“Shot over a period of about six months by Carach Angren and Erik Wijnands/Negakinu Photography on different locations (some lost forever as we speak). The dedication and creative view of Erik Wijnands combined with everything that Carach Angren represents, materialised into those few minutes of footage you now see before you. Take this for what it is: a glimpse into the haunting rituals of Carach Angren, a new chapter for the band and a promise of things to come!

“Thank you all for your amazing support! STAY HAUNTED!”

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Cradle Of Filth Posts New Music Video For "Lilith Immaculate"

Cradle of Filth has now completed work on the band’s latest video for the track “Lilith Immaculate,” which can be viewed below. The song is lifted from the 2010 Peaceville Records album “Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa,” and the video was shot by independent London based Director Ross Bolidai.

“Lilith Immaculate” is the second track to receive a video from the band’s latest album, after “Forgive Me Father (I have Sinned)” made its debut last year.

Cradle of Filth – Lilith Immaculate (from Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa) from Peaceville Records on Vimeo.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot for “Lilith Immaculate” can also be found here. In other recent Cradle of Filth news, band front man Dani Filth has formed a new band titled “Temple of the Black Moon,” along with Rob Caggiano, King Ov Hell, and John Tempesta.

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