Betraying The Martyrs Premiere “Monster” Music Video

Betraying The Martyrs have premiered a new video for their song “Monster.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Rapture.” The group commented:

“This video was shot at various shows across the globe during one year of touring. We would like to thank everyone that has been a part of this, every person that attended a show, all of the road crew that helped out along the way, and every venue and their staff. It’s been a tough year for us and we really want to thank everyone deeply for all the support we received.”

Carach Angren Premiere “Monster” Lyric Video

Carach Angren have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Monster.” This track is from the band’s new album “Franckensteina Strataemontanus,“ which will be released on May 29. The group commented:

“‘Monster‘ will give you a grim insight in the overall story that is about to unfold. The track is set to a menacing lyric video created by Tamara Llenas featuring the horrifying otherworldly artwork of Stefan Heilemann, which you will also find throughout all the killer pre-order bundles that go on sale as of today.”

Wednesday 13 Shares Lyric Video For “Monster” Feat. Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil)

Wednesday 13 has shared a lyric video for his song “Monster.” This track features Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil) and it appears on Wednesday 13’s latest album “Necrophaze.“

Wednesday 13 commented

“’Monster’ is the 1st Wednesday 13 song recorded to feature guest vocals. I wanted something different than I had ever tried before and I wanted a female vocalist. Cristina was the perfect choice for this song. I gave her the lyrics and some minor details, and she came back with what you hear. She totally floored us with her amazing vocal range and adding a new element never heard on one of our songs before.”

Scabbia added:

“This collaboration was born from blackness. Wednesday and I are both fans of the darkest vision of art and music, and when I was asked to sing with him for the song ‘Monster’, I immediately visualized his concept and shared it with pleasure. What I love about this song is that some people in life are taking the worst out of us… but demonizing it all and pushing away the tension through notes is the best thing to do.”

Baroness, Neurosis, Etc. Members To Perform Punk Covers Together At 2017 Roadburn Festival

John Baizley (Baroness), Pete Adams (Baroness) Scott Kelly (Neurosis), and Marek Sarba (Mönster, etc.) will be joining forces in a punk covers band called Razors In The Night. They will perform at this year’s Roadburn Festival on April 22 at Het Patronaat in Tilburg, NET. Baizley posted the following: