Mark Morton Posts New Music Video “Cross Off” Online Featuring Chester Bennington

Mark Morton, the prolific guitarist of Lamb of God, has released the video for the Top 10 track “Cross Off,” featuring Chester Bennington. Watch it below.

Mark Morton says: “‘Anesthetic’ is finally out! I’m excited for everybody to hear the whole thing. We’ve gotten some great feedback in these first few days so thanks to everyone that’s checked it out already. The guys are coming in this week to start rehearsals for the US tour with Light The Torch and Moontooth. We’re all looking forward to bringing these songs to you live so come and get loud with us! We are also premiering the video for ‘Cross Off.’ Thanks to Paulo Gregoletto and Alex Bent for being a part of the shoot. Thanks for the continued support and I hope you enjoy the video and the album.”

Morton released the 10-track album Anesthetic on March 1 via WPP Records/Spinefarm. The record, produced by Josh Wilbur and executive produced by Jake Oni, sees him further explore his creative drive for writing and collaboration. Purchase it here.

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Mark Morton Posts New Music Video “Cross Off” Online Featuring Chester Bennington

Mark Morton, the prolific guitarist of Lamb of God, has released the video for the Top 10 track “Cross Off,” featuring Chester Bennington. Watch it below.

Mark Morton says: “‘Anesthetic’ is finally out! I’m excited for everybody to hear the whole thing. We’ve gotten some great feedback in these first few days so thanks to everyone that’s checked it out already. The guys are coming in this week to start rehearsals for the US tour with Light The Torch and Moontooth. We’re all looking forward to bringing these songs to you live so come and get loud with us! We are also premiering the video for ‘Cross Off.’ Thanks to Paulo Gregoletto and Alex Bent for being a part of the shoot. Thanks for the continued support and I hope you enjoy the video and the album.”

Morton released the 10-track album Anesthetic on March 1 via WPP Records/Spinefarm. The record, produced by Josh Wilbur and executive produced by Jake Oni, sees him further explore his creative drive for writing and collaboration. Purchase it here.

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Avantasia Posts Second “Moonglow” Album Trailer

Avantasia, the all-star rock opera spaceship piloted by Edguy singer, songwriter and producer Tobias Sammet, release their eighth full-length album, “Moonglow,” via Nuclear Blast Records on February 15th. The new 11 track album sees Sammet reunited with some familiar faces from previous Avantasia albums. Guests include original Queensryche lead singer Geoff Tate, Pretty Maids frontman Ronnie Atkins, Michael Kiske of Helloween, Jørn Lande (ex-Masterplan), Eric Martin (MR BIG) and Magnum’s Bob Catley. Moonglow also introduces new collaborators Hansi Kürsch of Blind Guardian, Kreator’s Mille Petrozza and Blackmore’s Night frontwoman Candice Night in a truly spectacular fashion.

Today, Avantasia release the second (of three) interview trailers, in which Tobias Sammet talks about the guest musicians on “Moonglow” and explains why he chose each of them for his songs.
Watch it below.

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Overkill Posts Fourth Part Of “Welcome To The Garden State” Documentary Online

Legendary New Jersey thrashers Overkill are ready to unleash their 19th studio record, “The Wings Of War,” on February 22nd 2019 via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band has launched part four of their multi-part documentary series titled “Welcome To The Garden State.” In this part, the band discuss old-school venues and social media! You can watch it below. Stay tuned for the upcoming episodes that are set to detail the journey of their upcoming album The Wings Of War.

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Cirrosis Premiere New Song “A Better Place To Hate” From Upcoming New Album “The Collector of Truths”

Mexico’s CIRROSIS have just released their lyric video for “A Better Place To Hate” featuring Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Suffocation, Chimaira). The single is off their new album “The Collector of Truths” due out December 1, 2018 via Concreto Records.

Watch it below:

Vocalist Sir Oz is excited to show fans what CIRROSIS has been working on and tells us what can be expected:

“I guess that fans will like to see a more versatile and technical Cirrosis. Organized brutality and non-pretentious songs. There are songs that seem an insane competition of virtuosity, we respect that, but we seek to offer a good song, heavy but structured songs. However, this does not mean that fans are not going to find technical aspects in our album; actually, they are going to find it a lot.”

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Cirrosis Premiere New Song “A Better Place To Hate” From Upcoming New Album “The Collector of Truths”

Mexico’s CIRROSIS have just released their lyric video for “A Better Place To Hate” featuring Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Suffocation, Chimaira). The single is off their new album “The Collector of Truths” due out December 1, 2018 via Concreto Records.

Watch it below:

Vocalist Sir Oz is excited to show fans what CIRROSIS has been working on and tells us what can be expected:

“I guess that fans will like to see a more versatile and technical Cirrosis. Organized brutality and non-pretentious songs. There are songs that seem an insane competition of virtuosity, we respect that, but we seek to offer a good song, heavy but structured songs. However, this does not mean that fans are not going to find technical aspects in our album; actually, they are going to find it a lot.”

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Doro Posts New Video, “It Cuts So Deep” Online

The undisputed metal queen Doro releases her new 2 CD studio album, “Forever Warriors, Forever United” today. Her new offering boasts 25 brand new tracks and to celebrate its release, Doro is premiering the new official video for ‘It Cuts So Deep’. Watch it below.

“I wrote this together with David Bryant because I love doing ballads with a keyboardist and pianos. And he is renowned! It’s a very sensitive song and I think it’s one of my finest ballads”, explains Doro. “We have toured very intensively over the past few years, gathering so many impressions along the way and meeting so many great people. That really inspired me. The songs and ideas literally flooded our minds and this also didn’t stop in the studio. From over 50 song ideas we quickly had 14 songs for an album, then suddenly 20 and in the end it was 24.”

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