Alice In Chains Premiere New Music Video For “Never Fade”

Alice In Chains debut the official video for their track “Never Fade”. The song is taken from the band’s latest studio release, “Rainier Fog”, which arrived past August.

Alice In Chains singer William DuVall explains that “Never Fade” was inspired by his grandmother, late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, and late Alice In Chains frontman Layne Staley.

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Death Metal Bird Song Releases An Ode To “Tits”

Shapeshifter PR is proud to report Bill “CUCKO!!” Braaaaains Barnes’ recent success on the internet. Although he has a song about death metal bird calls, “Tits” is really where Barnes caught his first break (poor guy finally caught a brake).

After seeing a tufted-black-crested titmouse for the first time, his grandmother scolded him. He had to convince his grandmother his intentions were not vulgar, it was simply the name of the bird, but she still didn’t believe him, so he whipped out his trusty guide manual: “Southern Texas Birds” by professor Haoory Hooligar, and proved his grandmother it was just a bird. She quit shaking her head after a while and accepted it as a real thing, although was still pissed at Billie baby bird for using such crude language in a house of the LORD!

Your childhood developing years are tough, and his grandmother scolding him after seeing his favorite bird of all time was too much for Cucko Brains. He got into doing drugs, buying hookers, he had a drinking problem (couldn’t reach the water), gambling, riding roller coasters really fast and tearing the tags off mattresses. He had severe PTSD and didn’t know where to turn. The forests were where he belonged, but the thought of tits no longer excited him, even when their crest thrusts high in the air, gleaming like grey-haired punk rockers with a mullet.

So Bill went down a morbid path. This harrowing experience made him attempt suicide twice. Bill sniffs and comments: “I was drunk as fuck everyday. I didn’t want to go birding. I didn’t want to chase tail feathers and look for a new nest, anything. I was down and out…I was down further in the swamp than a muck-raking chicken duck. Anyhow, what brought me back was watching this pelican swallow a pigeon.”

Then he watched “Traces of Death II” (“Faces” was good, but this was 100% real) with that old school Century Media soundtrack, Bill unhooked his beak from his cage and starting banging his head like a cockatoo!

Then one day while he was out at Blunt Creak burnin’ a doober, he listened to the call of the White-eyed Vireo and went home in wonder, cranking Cannibal Corpse “Tombs of the Mutilated.”

Bill continues: “My life changed drastically since that incident. I could get my mind back on what I love: seeing humans die miserably, cannibals, birds, birds, bird, boobs, boobs, BOOOOBIES!”

Right after this conversation Bill had a relapse and went back to the mental institution where he wonders why they won’t let this caged bird sing. He just wants to vent his sexual frustration on staff members and do it with karaoke style “Making Love to Meadowlark Calls.” This gets all their tale feathers flashing. “Tits” was the perfect medium to express this frustration, his love for tits (human and avian) and, well, his love for boobies.

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Ruled By Reason Posts “Ascension” Music Video

Cleveland, OH outfit Ruled By Reason has released a new video clip for the song “Ascension,” which can be seen below. The band also comments:

“Here it is, folks! We’ve never put out a music video in the 5 1/2 years that we’ve been a band, so needless to say, this is a big moment for us.

“We put tons of work into making a killer video that should have you laughing, crying and/or maybe even peeing your pants a little bit. Watch this, then watch it several more times, then share it with your friends, your grandmother and then a random stranger. Either way, pass this thing around like it’s your job and help us make a big splash in the video world!”

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Therion’s “To Mega Therion” Appears In “Zero Charisma” Movie Trailer

Therion’s classic “To Mega Therion” track off the early “Theli” release is now being used in a promo clip for a new movie about roleplayers titled “Zero Charisma.”

Watch the movie trailer below. The following press release was also issued about the movie:

“As the strict Game Master of a fantasy role-playing game, Scott (Sam Eidson) leads his friends in a weekly quest through mysterious lands from the safety of his grandmother’s kitchen. But his mastery of his own domain starts to slip—along with everything else in his life—when neo-nerd hipster Miles (Garrett Graham) joins the game, winning over the group with his confident charm and dethroning Scott with an unexpected coup.

“Caught in delusions of grandeur, Scott must roll the dice and risk everything to expose Miles as the fraud he believes him to be. A darkly comedic fable of epic proportions, Zero Charisma is an ode to nerds from every realm.”

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