Wednesday 13 Premieres “The Hearse” Lyric Video

Wednesday 13 has premiered a lyric video for his song “The Hearse.” This track is from his latest album “Necrophaze.“ Wednesday 13 commented:

“The heaviest track on the record, and maybe the heaviest track of my musical career. ‘The Hearse’ is a beast with the double-kick drum mania provided by drummer Kyle Castronovo. I’m a big fan of the movie ‘Christine’. I wanted to write a song about a haunted car, so this was inspired by that mixed with the old rhyme from the ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’ book.”

Blacklite District Premieres New Song “Falling”

Blacklite District has premiered a new song titled “Falling.” You can find a lyric video and a “Minecraft” music video for the track below. Blacklite District commented:

“I think that ‘Falling’ is me finding myself as an artist, and you can hear the evolution of my songwriting. I actually broke down into tears while recording the vocals for this track, which was a first for me, and that’s when I knew this song was special. I love the fact that I got to bring so many different influences into this song. It’s a great reference for what’s to come with my official debut album later this year.”

Russell Allen (Symphony X) & Anette Olzon (Ex-Nightwish) Premiere “I’ll Never Leave You” Lyric Video

Russell Allen (Symphony X) and Anette Olzon (The Dark Element, ex-Nightwish) have premiered a lyric video for their song “I’ll Never Leave You.” This track is from their collaborative album “Worlds Apart,” which was released earlier this month.

Havok Premiere “Post-Truth Era” Lyric Video

Havok have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Post-Truth Era.“ This track is from the band’s new album “V,“ which will be released on May 1.

David Sanchez commented:

“’Post-Truth Era’ is debuting at a very uncertain time for humankind. Many things are unclear at the moment, so I hope that this song will resonate with people. Our species has overcome so much to get us where we are today. We should not take this for granted. Please pay attention to the lyrics and understand that we have the power to change our world. We need to read between the lines, while keeping our spirits high. Know that we are truly all in this together and we will come out of this situation, stronger and wiser than ever.“

Metal Church Premiere “For No Reason” Lyric Video

Metal Church have shared a lyric video for their song “For No Reason.” That track will appear on the band’s new compilation album “From The Vault,” which will be released on April 10. More details on that effort can be found HERE.