Nightrage Posts New Music Video “The Damned” Online

Nightrage has released a music video for the single, “The Damned”, featured on the forthcoming album, “Wolf To Man,” where the band invites us to a mesmerizing melodic musical journey, telling the truthful story that guides us all the way to the inevitable demise of mankind. The music delivers a delicate and well-balanced blend between brutality and melody, as well as an intricate mix of thrashing riffs and hook filled choruses.

“The Damned” is out now on iTunes and Spotify via Despotz Records. Watch the new video below.

The band says, “Humans have given up on living for real and now just live for the next cheap thrill not giving a shit how to make it to the next day. It’s more important to have many “likes” on social media than it is to take care of or interact with the ones living around you. We and our bodies are just empty shells now losing the last of our damned souls to the cheap thrill of fake life online. It’s our own fault. Hate us and blame us. We are the damned!”

This relentless story of extinction is told with as much aggression as it is with intriguing and mesmerizing melodies. Memorable hooks and some of the catchiest choruses that metal has seen in decades, does nothing to compromise the brutality and honesty that Nightrage is known for.

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Shylmagoghnar Premiere Title Track Of Upcoming New Album “Transience”

Hailing from the Netherlands, SHYLMAGOGHNAR’s second album is entitled ‘Transience’ and will be out on June 29th. Watch the new video for the title track of ‘Transience’ below:

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Despite Exile Premiere New Video For “Relics”

Watch the new video for the title track of Italy’s finest progressive technical death metal act Despite Exile’s just released and critically acclaimed new album “Relics” below:

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Ex-Chimaira Drummer Austin D’Amond Joins Devildriver

Ex-Chimaira drummer Austin D’Amond has joined California-based Devildriver as the replacement for the recently departed John Boecklin.

States D’Amond: “Thanks, everyone, for all the support through my career. Without you all, I would’ve never made it this far. I promise to give you all one hell of a performance! Keep shredding, peeps!!! Dreams do come true.”

John Boecklin and guitarist Jeff Kendrick exited Devildriver last year. Frontman Dez Fafara stated at the time: “Nothing dramatic, there were no drag-down fights. was just time to move on. As I have said previously, Devildriver is on hiatus while I rejoin Coal Chamber for a new record release and tour. Devildriver will be back, make no mistake of that, in 2016 with a new record which we are already writing, tours around the world and the massive pits you have all gotten used to. All in Devildriver wish John and Jeff the best.”

Drummer John Boecklin and guitarist Jeff Kendrick played their last show with Devildriver as part of Knotfest 2014 in Devore, California.

You can now watch the new Devildriver drummer Austin D’Amond playing “Nothing Remains” with his former band Chimaira at The Knitting Factory in Reno below (courtesy sickdrummermagazine).

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Demented Sanity Releases “Legacy” Video Clip

Demented Sanity just released a new video clip for the title track to the “Legacy” album, which was produced by Mark Lewis and features special guests such as Ryan Knight from The Black Dalia Murder, Jon Howard from Threat Signal, and Jason Suecof from Audiohammar studios.

Watch the new video clip below, and you can also download the entire “Legacy” album for free over at the Demented Sanity website here.

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Famous Underground Releases “Bullet Train” Music Video

Canadian hard rock outfit Famous Underground, the band featuring former Slik Toxik vocalist Nick Walsh, has released a new video for the song “Bullet Train.” Watch the new clip below.

Famous Underground recently announced a show for Toronto, ON on June 27th at Rockpile East. Walsh checked in with the following update:

“Come One, Come All! This truly is an entrance to summer bash. Even if you are planning on going away for the long weekend, spend your Friday night with Famous Underground, some friends and rock! We will be performing some new songs that we are in the middle of recording and mixing for our next CD. Hope to see you all there. Horns up!”

The band’s self-titled studio release was produced by Nick Walsh and mixed by Darius Szczepaniak (The Black Crowes, Sacrifice) at Rouge Valley Studio in Toronto.

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Savage Atrophy Posts “Chaos And Death” Music Video

Paraguay based outfit Savage Atrophy has posted a video clip online for the song “Chaos and Death,” which features band rehearsal footage. Watch the new video below. Savage Atrophy is:

Steven Iske – Vocals
Daniel Gomez – Guitarist
Hans Brack – Guitarist
Tadeo Rotela – Bass
Carlos Rabl – Drums

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Conditions Checks In With New Album Studio Update Video

Conditions has issued a studio update highlighting the band’s current progress recording a brand new record due out next year. Watch the new update below. The band is currently hard at work with producers Brandon Paddock (D.R.U.G.S., Panic at the Disco, The Used) and Taylor Larsen (Periphery).

In addition to being a part of the AP Tour last year, Conditions has shared stages with the likes of Paramore, New Found Glory, and Good Charlotte. The band also earned spots on the Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, Bamboozle Festival, and SXSW Music Conference. Conditions is:

Brandon Roundtree (Vocals)
Alex Howard (Guitar & Vocals)
Ryan Tinsley (Drums)
Corey Thomas (Bass)

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Seethe Posts New Video Clip "Not In Vain"

Seethe has posted a new video clip online for the song “Not In Vain,” which is taken from the band’s debut album “Through Conviction.” The video was directed, shot, and edited by Drew Ornrod of The Old School Studios.

Watch the new video clip below, or download the song for free over at the Seethe Facebook page here.

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Seethe Posts New Video Clip "Not In Vain"

Seethe has posted a new video clip online for the song “Not In Vain,” which is taken from the band’s debut album “Through Conviction.” The video was directed, shot, and edited by Drew Ornrod of The Old School Studios.

Watch the new video clip below, or download the song for free over at the Seethe Facebook page here.

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