Powerwolf Premiere Lyric Video For New Version Of “Werewolves Of Armenia”

Powerwolf have premiered a lyric video for their new version “Werewolves Of Armenia.” This version of the track is from the band’s “Best Of The Blessed” release, which will be available on June 5.

The group commented:

“We are proud to share this newly recorded version of ‘Werewolves Of Armenia’ with you all. ‘Werewolves Of Armenia’ has become one of the most popular songs in our live shows ever since its release on Bible of the Beast in 2009. Over the years we have slightly developed the song further and further in countless live shows, and this new version, to us, has this extra kick and power this song gained over the years. It feels pretty close to how this song works in the live situation with all of you singing and partying along. Hope this new version can give you all some wolfish power in these hard times!”

Bloodywood Premiere “Yaad” Video

Bloodywood have premiered a new video for their new song “Yaad.” You can check that out below:

Karan Katiyar commented:

“’Yaad’ (Hindi for ‘remember’ or ‘in memory’) is about the power of accepting the loss of a loved one and moving on. The lyrics celebrate the permanent impact they have on us, reiterating the belief that we carry them in our best memories, no matter how far apart we may be. I lost my dog 10 years ago and I still feel the loss to this day. I wanted the video to show the bond between a man and his dog to highlight its message.”

In other news, Bloodywood also recently used money from their “Raj Against The Machine” tour and Patreon to help buy an animal ambulance for a local non-profit animal shelter called The Posh Foundation. The new van will “help save the lives of over 27,000 homeless animals in the National Capital Region of India over the next 5 years.”

Ill Niño Premiere “Sangre” Video

Ill Niño have premiered a new video for their song “Sangre.” You can check that out below. This news comes after drummer Dave Chavarri and bassist Laz Pina were recently cleared to continue under the Ill Niño name. The rest of the band’s current lineup includes: vocalist Marcos Leal (Shattered Sun), percussionist Daniel Couto, rhythm guitarist Sal Dominguez (ex-Upon A Burning Body), and lead guitarist Jes Dehoyos (Sons Of Texas).

Bleed From Within Premiere “Into Nothing” Video

Bleed From Within have premiered a new video for their new song “Into Nothing.” This track is from the band’s new album “Fracture,“ which will be released on May 29. The group commented:

“’Into Nothing’ is the second single taken from our forthcoming album, ‘Fracture’. We wanted to release something darker this time round. This song looks at those who govern and questions their motives. At such a turbulent time in our society, this track has grown into something more. It acts as a social & political commentary. A call to those who feel abandoned and a reminder to the elite of who really holds power within our communities”

“Fracture” Track Listing:

01. “The End Of All We Know”
02. “Pathfinder”
03. “Into Nothing”
04. “Fall Away”
05. “Fracture”
06. “Night Crossing” (feat. Trivium’s Matt Heafy)
07. “For All To See”
08. “Ascend”
09. “Utopia”
10. “A Depth That No One Dares”

HELLYEAH, All That Remains, Butcher Babies, Etc. Tour Postponed

HELLYEAH, All That Remains, Butcher Babies, Saul, and Deepfall’s spring tour has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Butcher Babies recently confirmed the news:

“As we all know, ALL spring-time tours have been affected by the recent news and state of our world. We know you’re itching for a show to bang your head at and we’re itching to get back out on the road once this all blows over. Our upcoming tour dates with Hellyeah & All That Remains are NOT cancelled — just postponed. Stay tuned for all the rescheduled dates! More importantly, stay safe, stay healthy and stay inside god damn it! 🤘😘🤘”

Crown The Empire’s Brandon Hoover Says He’s “Officially Clear” Following COVID-19 Diagnosis

Crown The Empire’s Brandon Hoover previously revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19 and now he has offered an update on his condition. The guitarist said the following:

“Yo, what’s up, everybody. As a lot of you may know, I tested positive for the coronavirus about two weeks ago. I’ve been talking to the Los Angeles Public Health Department every day, and a couple of days ago, they told me that I’m officially clear. So I have no symptoms, I’m healthy and I’m back to normal. I wanna thank everybody who reached out, showed love and support. It really did mean a lot.”

Watch Pro-Shot Footage Of Lamb Of God Performing At 2019 Resurrection Fest

Pro-shot footage of Lamb Of God’s set at the 2019 Resurrection Fest in Viveiro, Spain has been shared online. You can check that out below. The concert was streamed earlier today on knotfest.com. Further streams will air on the site every Friday. Members of the various bands will also take part in live chats and sell exclusive merch.