New Video “A Question Of Time” Issued By Exit Eden

Exit Eden – the ensemble featuring Amanda Somerville (Avantastia/Trillium/Epica), Clémentine Delauney (Visions of Atlantis/ex-Serenity), Marina La Torraca and Anna Brunner – issued another video clip, this time for the Depeche Mode cover “A Question Of Time.” The song appears on the band’s debut album “Rhapsodies In Black,” which dropped in mid-August through Napalm Records.

See the clip here:

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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Lends His Voice To New Horror Film “Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill!”

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine lends his voice to a new horror film called “Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill!”, which basically appears like a “Saw” spin-off with some slight variations.

The film is set to open on October 27th with the following official outline provided:

“On Halloween an all girl rock-n-roll band called “Kill Pussy Kill” ventures out to play their biggest show to date. However, before hitting the road they manage to unwittingly upset a man. Unfortunately, this man turns out to be an evil genius dead set on revenge.

The evil genius manages to lure the girls into his Hell House, and when they wake up from being gassed, they find themselves trapped inside an unescapable room filled with a vicious variety of devices that can kill them as well as a variety of weapons that can be used on each other.

The rules are simple: advance through all three rooms and you are allowed to go free. The catch is, in order to make it to the next room, someone must die!

With a ticking clock, and the mastermind watching, the question becomes… are you willing to kill to stay alive?”

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Avatarium Streaming New Single “Into The Fire / Into The Storm”

Sweden’s Avatarium is back to take the doom world by storm with new album “Hurricanes And Halos” due out on May 26th. Today the band delivers first single “Into The Fire / Into The Storm.”

This new track comes along with a bitter taste reflecting the current state of the world, and guitar master Marcus Jidell states: “We wanted to get a raw and energetic recording to back up the powerful and dramatic lyrics of this song. Strange political winds are blowing at this moment and the question is: is the world heading into the fire?”

1. Into The Fire / Into The Storm (4:14)
2. The Starless Sleep (4:47)
3. Road To Jerusalem (5:48)
4. Medusa Child (9:00)
5. The Sky At The Bottom Of The Sea (5:25)
6. When Breath Turns To Air (4:46)
7. A Kiss (From The End Of The World) (7:14)
8. Hurricanes And Halos (3:32)

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Lyric Video For New Song “The Dirge” Issued By Nighon

Finnish industrial/symphonic metal act Nighon issued a powerful lyric video for the new song “The Dirge.” The video is the second clip lifted from “The Somme,” the band’s brand new album which is scheduled for release on May 5th via Inverse Records.

The band commented on the clip: “We have released a new video with a strong message. The song ‘The Dirge’ raises the question: ‘Why do we have wars?’ They are horrible and the majority of mankind seems to despise it. The song was inspired by the annexation of Crimea, the Vietnam war and the Korean war.

Björn commented: “The lyrics I wrote tells us about the consequences of letting our hate spin out of control, and when governments twist lies into truths to justify war!”

“The Somme” is a conceptual release with stories from World War I, World War II and the similarities between those and the crises we see today in our world. It’s track listing is as follows:

1. Marseille 1914
2. The Greatest Of Catastrophes (see music video here)
3. The Dirge
4. Lest We Forget
5. Medic
6. Blow Them To Hell
7. Altafjord
8. Scharnhorst
9. Reclaiming Ravenpoint
10. You Do Not Know What The Night May Bring
11. Minor Secundus
12. Tragédie
13. I Fear For Tomorrow
14. Somme

Check out “The Dirge” here:

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Mastodon Teases New Album With 2nd Short Video “Am I prepared? That is the question.”

Mastodon posts another hilarious teaser video for its forthcoming new album, which is expected out this spring. The band recorded the effort with Brendan O’Brien (Rage Against The Machine, Korn etc.).

Check out now “Am I prepared? That is the question.” below.

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Steel Panther Explains Where Babies Come From In New Video Clip

Enjoy the 3rd episode below of Steel Panther TV with Lexxi Foxxx and Stix Zadinia helping you navigate the rough and raw waters of love and sex.

Have a question for Lexxi and Stix? Tweet your question with #LoveOnTheRocks and stay tuned each week for more!

Steel Panther is gearing up for the release of a new album, which follows previous release “Balls Out” (reviewed here). Further details are forthcoming.

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Blame The Tyrant Streaming Debut Album “Fortunate Demise”

Blame The Tyrant has posted the band’s debut album release “Fortunate Demise” online, which can be heard in the player below or purchased digitally at Bandcamp here. The track listing is as follows:

1. Foundations 03:06
2. Hive Minds 03:36
3. Shadow Walk 04:57
4. Rivers 03:44
5. Age Against Us 05:03
6. Roots Bloody Roots (Sepultura) 03:33
7. Sick Demands 02:36
8. As The Core Crumbles, The Shell Grows Thin 00:44
9. The Question 04:10
10. Fallen Giants 04:39

Fortunate Demise by Blame The Tyrant

The band also comments on its sound: “Blame The Tyrant is a 4 piece band based out of Melbourne/Cocoa Beach Florida. Fusing elements of metal, hardcore, rock, and many other genres, BTT plays a style of music all their own.”

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Ancient VVisdom Releases New Music Video For “Deathlike”

In addition to releasing sophomore album “Deathlike” earlier this week, dark acoustic rock outfit Ancient VVisdom has teamed with Noisecreep to premiere the haunting new music video for the record’s title track.

“Deathlike,” according to vocalist Nathan Opposition, “is a way of life, an ongoing war in the human mind conquering fear over death. It asks the question each human being must ask themselves — an effort to find life on earth.”

The video, which was directed by Sikander Khan, can be viewed at Noisecreep here or in the player below.

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Ancient VVisdom Releases New Music Video For “Deathlike”

In addition to releasing sophomore album “Deathlike” earlier this week, dark acoustic rock outfit Ancient VVisdom has teamed with Noisecreep to premiere the haunting new music video for the record’s title track.

“Deathlike,” according to vocalist Nathan Opposition, “is a way of life, an ongoing war in the human mind conquering fear over death. It asks the question each human being must ask themselves — an effort to find life on earth.”

The video, which was directed by Sikander Khan, can be viewed at Noisecreep here or in the player below.

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Pyschostick Releases “Dogs Like Socks” Music Video

Humorcore act Psychostick is proud to share the band’s latest creation “Dogs Like Socks,” which was inspired by the band’s moral support: the Siberian husky duo of Elphie and Mishka. Check out the video below.

Guitarist Josh “The J” Key comments: “This song answers the question, ‘Can you make something cute BRUTAL?’ We just did this for fun. We have a recording studio, we had inspiration, so why not? Those dogs are the best… this is our tribute to them.”

After completing the “Santa’s An Asshole Tour” this past November/ December, Psychostick is now gearing up for a next tour in March with dates soon to be announced in support of latest release “Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs in 3-D.” You can stream the full release via Bandcamp here.

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