Empyrean Throne Posts “And None Shall Rise” Lyric Video

Los Angeles symphonic blackened metal group Empyrean Throne has a lyric video out now for the single “And None Shall Rise,” taken from forthcoming debut album “Chaosborne.” The lyric video was produced by Scott Rudd and can be seen below.

“Chaosborne” was produced by Mick Kenney (Anaal Nathrakh), features artwork by Valadislav Kutusov, and will be released August 11th via M-Theory Audio.

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Empyrean Throne Posts “And None Shall Rise” Lyric Video

Los Angeles symphonic blackened metal group Empyrean Throne has a lyric video out now for the single “And None Shall Rise,” taken from forthcoming debut album “Chaosborne.” The lyric video was produced by Scott Rudd and can be seen below.

“Chaosborne” was produced by Mick Kenney (Anaal Nathrakh), features artwork by Valadislav Kutusov, and will be released August 11th via M-Theory Audio.

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Condition Critical Posts “Intravenous Mutilation” Music Video

Condition Critical has a new music video out now for “Intravenous Mutilation,” which is the third track off the thrash band’s sophomore album “Extermination Plan.” You can get your own copy here and the full track listing is as follows:

1. Interminable Surgery
2. Fatal Incision
3. Intravenous Mutilation
4. Voluntary Disfigurement
5. Extermination Plan
6. Ostracized
7. Vindictive Hostility
8. Genocidal Void

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Condition Critical Posts “Intravenous Mutilation” Music Video

Condition Critical has a new music video out now for “Intravenous Mutilation,” which is the third track off the thrash band’s sophomore album “Extermination Plan.” You can get your own copy here and the full track listing is as follows:

1. Interminable Surgery
2. Fatal Incision
3. Intravenous Mutilation
4. Voluntary Disfigurement
5. Extermination Plan
6. Ostracized
7. Vindictive Hostility
8. Genocidal Void

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Oozing Wound Releases “Diver” Music Video

Oozing Wound has a new video out now for the “Diver,” track which can be seen below. The video is a classic mixture of dizzying, thrashing hilarity, perfectly encapsulating the band’s penchant for surrealism and banality.

New Oozing Wound record “Whatever Forever” is due out October 14th, 2016. The band’s own Zack Weil said of the record:

“In the past we’ve explored what it means to be a band in the twenty-tennys (‘Retrash’), and how life is a pointless pummeling from the pugilist known as existence (‘Earth Suck’). Now we bring you ‘Whatever Forever,’ a culmination of nihilism, yeah-dude radicalness of the early 90s, and the belief that taking anything too seriously is a guarantee it’ll suck.”

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Winter Calling Releases “Follow Me Down” Music Video

Winter Calling has a new video out now for “Follow Me Down,” which can be seen below and comes off the “Faces” album.

Released earlier this month, “Faces” features a guest appearance by guitarist John Wesley (Porcupine Tree, Fish, Mike Tramp, Big Elf) on the song “Not Like You” and bears cover artwork by David Ho (Sony Music, Seether, Soulfly, Heavy Metal magazine).

1. Disorder
2. Not Like You
3. The Tower
4. Follow Me Down
5. Truth from a Lie
6. Still Hold On
7. A New Me a Few Me
8. A Different Tune
9. My Own Way

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TMHM Posts “18oz” Music Video

TMHM has a new music video out now for the “18oz” single, taken off the forthcoming “Stage Names” LP.

You can catch TMHM on tour in Eastern Canada this coming August/September 2016, while “Stage Names” will be available on CD, vinyl, iTunes, and spotify beginning August 17th, 2016.

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TMHM Posts “18oz” Music Video

TMHM has a new music video out now for the “18oz” single, taken off the forthcoming “Stage Names” LP.

You can catch TMHM on tour in Eastern Canada this coming August/September 2016, while “Stage Names” will be available on CD, vinyl, iTunes, and spotify beginning August 17th, 2016.

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Hollow Bones Posts “The November Diaries” Music Video

Empire State melodic metalcore quintet Hollow Bones has a new music video out now for “The November Diaries,” taken from the band’s upcoming debut album “Lionheart.”

“‘The November Diaries’ was one of the first songs to be written for the album, and is by far one of the most aggressive,” Hollow Bones vocalist Patrick Anthony told Lambgoat.com “The song deals a lot with guilt, frustration, and anger about one’s own self. It is a very personal song, and because of that, it had to be honest in order to be effective. We hope that the raw feelings we put into the song come across as intended.”

Hollow Bones will self-release “Lionheart” on May 27th. The album can be pre-ordered now at this location. The group comments:

“We are incredibly proud to present our debut album ‘Lionheart.’ It took us over a year to get everything we wanted, and although it was a long wait, we couldn’t be happier with the final product. We hope that the passion we put into making this album rings true with people who are looking to find solace in music.

“We hope that people hear the words we are saying and are inspired to take action, or are relieved in knowing they are not alone and that others have felt the way they do and that there is reprieve. Our mission from the beginning has always been, and will always be, to find people who are as passionate about music as we are about creating it. Promote what you love, and use music to heal.”

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Def Leppard Posts “Dangerous” Music Video

Def Leppard has a brand new music video out now for “Dangerous” taken from the band’s self-titled eleventh studio album, which debuted on the Billboard 200 chart.

The band – Joe Elliott (vocals), Vivian Campbell (guitar), Phil Collen (guitar), Rick “Sav” Savage (bass) and Rick Allen (drums) – continues to be one of the most successful forces in rock music and in the touring industry. For more than thirty years Def Leppard’s name has been synonymous with an arsenal of hits backed by epic live shows.

Currently, the band is making its way across the U.S. as part of a massive tour that is stopping in 60+ cities across the country through October. Following the U.S. dates, Def Leppard will continue a world tour with shows in the United Kingdom, Japan, Singapore, and Australia. Dates and tickets are available here.

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