Machine Head Post Behind The Scenes Look At “Catharsis” Video

Machine Head share the below behind the scenes look at the shoot for their “Catharsis” music video. The full video will arrive online later today, December 07th, at 9:00pm PST/12:00 am EST. The song is the title track of their upcoming album, out January 26th.

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Megadeth Shooting New Music Video In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Megadeth is shooting a new music video for their song “Lying In State“, off their latest release, “Dystopia“. A number of images as well as a video clip from the shoot in Sao Paulo, Brazil for the clip can be seen below:

Lying in State video shoot. São Paulo ????

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Body Count Premieres New Music Video “This Is Why We Ride” From Latest Album “Bloodlust”

Body Count premieres a new music video for “This Is Why We Ride”, taken from the band’s latest album, “Bloodlust”. Treach of Naughty By Nature fame helmed the shoot.

Check out now “This Is Why We Ride” below.

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Knocked Loose Debuts New Music Video For “Billy No Mates” & “Counting Worms” From Latest Release “Laugh Tracks”

Knocked Loose debuts a new music video for the tracks “Billy No Mates” and “Counting Worms”, taken from the band’s latest release, “Laugh Tracks”. Director Max Moore (Code Orange, Of Mice & Men) helmed the shoot.

Check out now “Billy No Mates”/”Counting Worms” below.

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Like Moths To Flames Seeking Fans For Video Shoot In Louisville

Metalcore band Like Moths To Flames will be releasing new album “The Dying Things We Live For” on October 23, 2015 via Rise Records.

This week the band is fanning the flames by recruiting fans for a video shoot taking place on September 24 in Louisville, KY. The first 75 people to email lmtfvideoshoot@gmail.com will get an invite to the shoot with all details and information.

Like Moths To Flames recently released new song, “Thrown To The Wind,” from the upcoming third full-length record “The Dying Things We Live For.” Check it out below.

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Sasquatch Releases “Smoke Signal” Music Video

Los Angeles outfit Sasquatch today unveils the band’s first official video ever for the track “Smoke Signal.” Check it out below, courtesy of Revolvermag.com.

Produced and directed by Cesar Rodriguez Bautista, VFX artist at WETA digital in New Zealand (Peter Jackson’s digital visual FX company), the visually stunning clip was shot entirely in black and white using Super 8mm giving it the old-school classic movie feel.

Elaborates the band: “Scott Baxter, a fellow colleague of Cesar’s at WETA, approached us about doing a video. They brought us an idea, we loved the concept, and the team ran with it. They even decided on the song. ‘Smoke Signal’ won the prizefight. We sat back in our virtual lawn chair and six months later they delivered us the magic. It turned out fanfuckingtastic. Mucho props to Cesar, his cast and crew for nailing it on the first lap.”

“Behind the scenes: The house found to shoot in was built in the 1800s on top of a hill and has not been updated in over 100 years. It is located in Wellington, New Zealand. It was full of junk for the past 60 years to the ceilings from a 95 year old hoarder who lived there. He had so much junk that he filled the whole house and guest house, and ended up living in a tin shed on a cot until he died a few months ago. Not willing to part with his hoarding, he ended up in the cold until his final days. Which gives the property a whole new level of eeriness. The new owner, an artist, cleared the house out and we got to shoot in it before any renovations had taken place. It still looks untouched from 100 years ago, which fit perfect for this 8mm project of a scene from the olden days. The night of the shoot was 42 degrees, there was no heat, and the only lighting came from an extension cord plugged into another building on the property. Given the weather conditions, it took a strong actress to wear a wedding dress during the shoot.”

In related news, the official vinyl release of “IV” will be coming out on March 21st, 2014 on Small Stone/Cargo Records Germany. This LP release is exclusive to Europe and will be available at the band’s confirmed shows in April and May. Relays team Sasquatch: “Hello Europe! We are returning to rekindle our love affair of your continent in t-minus four weeks. This round we are coming over with our Siamese bros, the Ultra Electric Mega Galactic (featuring Ed Mundell from Monster Magnet, Atomic Bitchwax). We are joined at the hip. Literally — we share the same stick basher. This is UEMG’s first time playing overseas, so be sure to show them a good time. Treat them to a strudel or a nice pasta dinner. Check out the dates below and see if we will be drifting into a city near you.”

4/24/2014 Sala BeGood – Barcelona, ES
4/25/2014 Underworld (Desertfest) – London, UK
4/26/2014 Astra Kulturhaus (Desertfest) – Berlin, DE
4/27/2014 Arena – Vienna, AT
4/28/2014 Schlachthof – Wiesbaden, DE
4/29/2014 Feierwerk – Munich, DE
4/30/2014 E20 Underground -Montecchio, IT
5/01/2014 Milano, IT – Lo-Fi
5/02/2014 TBA – TBA
5/03/2014 15 Jahe Voice of Art – Hohenstein, DE
5/04/2014 Underground – Cologne, DE
5/05/2014 Markthalle – Hamburg, DE
5/06/2014 Goldmarcks – Stuttgart, DE
5/07/2014 Z 7 – Pratteln, CH
5/08/2014 Sojo’s – Leuven, BE
5/09/2014 Glazart – Paris, FR
5/10/2014 Gaswerk – Winterthur, CH

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Psychostick Announces Illinois Live Shows

Recently wrapping up the Shoot Tour with AmericanHead Charge, comedy rock kings Psychostick announce they will be performing the following Illinois show dates:

Sept 27 – Catch 22 – Springfield, IL
Sept 28 – The High Note – Pekin, IL
Oct 24 – Maverick’s (95 WIIL Rock FM’s “Thirsty Thursdays”) – Mundelein, IL

In addition to creating the greatest music video in the world – “Dogs Like Socks” – the band recently released a new video for “Sadface :(,” a social media song poking fun at wall whiners and pointless, attention-seeking posts. The track is from the band’s fifth and latest release “Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs in 3-D.” Check it out below.

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Ashes Of Ares Shooting New Music Video

Ashes of Ares – which features Matt Barlow (ex-Iced Earth), Van Williams (ex-Nevermore) and Freddie Vidales (ex-Iced Earth) – is currently filming a music video for a track off the band’s upcoming self-titled album. A series of photos from the shoot can be found at the band’s Facebook profile here.

The self-titled album is due out September 6th (September 17th in the US). The track listing is as follows:

1. The Messenger
2. Move the Chains
3. On Warrior’s Wings
4. Punishment
5. This is my Hell
6. Dead Man’s Plight (check it out right here)
7. Chalice of Man
8. The Answer
9. What I Am
10. The One-Eyed King
Bonus Track
11. The Answer (acoustic version)

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Arch Enemy Shooting New Music Video, Posts Photo

The Swedish metal squadron that is Arch Enemy has checked in with the following brief announcement about recording a new music video:

“It’s 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 Fahrenheit) here in Cologne, Germany! So, I decided to take a refreshing bath in blood & mud and shoot some scenes for a new video we are working on… Guess for which ‘Khaos Legions’ song?”

A still photo from the shoot is available below, and you can also watch Arch Enemy’s previously posted video for “Under Black Flags We March” at this location.

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Black Tide Releases "Walking Dead Man" Music Video

Black Tide has posted the music video for its new single “Walking Dead Man.” The track is the first to be released from the band’s upcoming new full length album “Post Mortem” which will hit store shelves on August 23, 2011. You can check out the video at this location with behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot being featured below.

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