Once Human Premiere “Scar Weaver” Video

Once Human (ex-Machine Head, etc.) have premiered a new video for the title track of their new album “Scar Weaver.“ That effort was officially released today (February 11). Vocalist Lauren Hart commented:

“The ‘Scar Weaver‘ track is about dealing with my anxiety and catastrophic thoughts. I give a bad thought (which is ONLY in my head) a true reality by feeding it energy- thus, giving it life, to grow and completely engulf my mind. I ‘sew the flesh on my fears.’”

Once Human Premiere “Erasure” Music Video

Once Human (ex-Machine Head, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Erasure.” This track is from the band’s new album “Scar Weaver,“ which will be released on February 11. Vocalist Lauren Hart commented:

“‘Erasure’ is a song about blood diamonds. It’s about the clear-cut, horrific message that a rock is worth more than a life to their producers. Although today there are human rights laws and regulations that have eased the violent unearthing of these stones, it is still happening in certain parts of the world. My heart broke as I dove into the meaning of why it’s called a ‘blood diamond’, and I felt compelled to tell its story.”

Once Human Premiere “Cold Arrival” Music Video

Once Human (ex-Machine Head, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Cold Arrival.” This track is from the band’s new album “Scar Weaver,“ which will be released on February 11. Guitarist Max Karon commented:

“In the beginning of the pandemic, we as a band lost someone very near and dear to us. Being around Jared was our mutual tether to healthy habits and personal empowerment. He was personable, fun, and a constant source of wisdom. To us, he felt like a permanent, immutable fixture in our lives. He left us suddenly and without warning. These last eighteen months have been a solemn reminder that the lives we lead and the people we know are not immortal. The acknowledgment of that harsh reality is ‘Cold Arrival’.”

Watch Machine Head’s Robb Flynn Perform “Davidian” With Once Human In San Francisco, CA

Once Human, the band featuring former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader, were joined onstage by Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn during their October 26 set at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA. You can find footage of the band performing Machine Head’s “Davidian” with Flynn below (courtesy of Capital Chaos TV):

Cradle Of Filth Perform In New York Alone After Members Of 3TEETH And Once Human Reportedly Test Positive For COVID-19

According to Ghost Cult, Cradle Of Filth ended up performing without supporting acts during their October 11 show at Irving Plaza in New York, NY. 3TEETH and Once Human were supposed to open, but their sets were cut after members of the bands reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Once Human’s gear was already onstage, but it was quickly removed and replaced with Cradle Of Filth’s gear. None of the bands appear to have addressed the situation, but the tour is scheduled to pick back up at The Agora Theater in Cleveland, OH on October 14.

Once Human Premiere “Only In Death” Music Video

Once Human (ex-Machine Head, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Only In Death.” This track is from the band’s new album “Scar Weaver,“ which will be released on February 11. Vocalist Lauren Hart commented:

“This is my most personal song on the new album. It meant so much to me, that I really needed to get my hands dirty with the visuals. Logan and I filmed everything to keep the song’s the raw meaning. Musically, it’s very emotional and dire, and the outro is probably my favorite piece of music on the album!”

Once Human Premiere Music Video For New Song “Deadlock” Featuring Machine Head’s Robb Flynn

Once Human, the band featuring former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader, have premiered a new video for their new song “Deadlock.” This track features Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn and it will appear on the band’s new album “Scar Weaver,” which is set to be released on February 11, 2022. Once Human frontwoman Lauren Hart said the following about collaborating with Flynn:

“It was absolutely amazing, are you kidding? didn’t believe it was happening until he sent something back and I heard his voice on our song. I was like, ‘Holy crap! This is real!’ He came back with a new chorus and it was so much better than mine, so my chorus was gone! [Laughs] But then performing with him in the video, that was insane. The energy he brings on stage, he brings in person too. It was a great experience and his energy is so powerful. The video came out amazing!”

Once Human Premiere “Sledgehammer” Music Video

Once Human have premiered a new video for their new song “Sledgehammer.” Guitarist Logan Mader (Machine Head) said the following:

“‘Sledgehammer‘ smashes from start to finish. With insane riffs, relentless drumming and Lauren Hart just kills it!!! Vocally showcasing totally new and powerful cleans in the massive chorus hook, it marks a new chapter in Once Human sound. I had tons of fun producing and mixing this track. Utilizing more analog gear than I normally do it’s really explosive. Our last album sounds good, but this one actually smokes it.”

[via Metal Injection]

Once Human Stream Studio Version Of Their Cover Of Machine Head’s “Davidian”

Once Human, the band featuring former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader, are streaming the studio version of their cover of Machine Head‘s “Davidian.“ The track was previously only available with the Japanese version of their latest album “Evolution.“ Mader commented:

“We had a lot of fun recording our cover of ‘Davidian‘. For me it was very nostalgic as an original performer and co-writer of the song. We released it on our last album but only as a bonus track for the Japanese market. After receiving many messages and seeing comments from fans outside of Japan wanting to hear the song, we decided to release it worldwide so anyone can stream it or buy it now. ‘Burn My Eyes‘ just turned 24 years old but the album still stands up as a memorable and influential album. This is our tribute to a great band and a timeless song.”