Watch Mushroomhead’s New Videos For “Carry On” And “Madness Within”

On Valentine’s Day (February 14), Mushroomhead hosted a special “Shroomhouse” double feature, which included the debut of new music videos for “Carry On” and “Madness Within.” You can check out those clips below. Both tracks are from the band’s latest album “A Wonderful Life.”

Mushroomhead Announce “Shroomhouse” Double Feature

Mushroomhead have announced a special “Shroomhouse” double feature. The virtual event will take place on Valentine’s Day (February 14) and it will include new music videos for “Carry On” and “Madness Within” off the band’s latest album “A Wonderful Life,” as well as a livechat with the band, twisted film trailers, cinema featurettes, and more.

Waylon Reavis (A Killer’s Confession, Ex-Mushroomhead) Diagnosed With Colon Cancer

Waylon Reavis (A Killer’s Confession, ex-Mushroomhead) has revealed that he is currently battling colon cancer. The frontman says he was diagnosed with the disease two months ago.

Reavis discussed his diagnosis during a recent virtual “Headbangers Con” event:

“My heart crashed. My father passed away from this at 58 years old, and my mother passed at 39 from breast cancer. I was just waiting for my time. Luckily, they caught it early, and they were able to cut it all out. I have had four removed, but they keep growing fast. I have changed my entire diet, thanks to my wife and taking medications. I may have to battle this the rest of my life, but I am going to live my life happy and fight.”

He later added that his cancer battle and his father’s death have also influenced some of the material on the new A Killer’s Confession album:

“A couple of songs are about my cancer and about my father. Those songs mean a lot to me. I cannot wait for everyone to hear them. I’m really excited about this one. Every album I write is different and will never be the same as the others. This one is both heavy and melodic. I took myself back to my roots. It’s what the fans want, so I always like to give them what they have been waiting to hear.”

The record’s first single, “Remember,” is set to be released on January 27.

[via Blabbermouth]

Gabriel And The Apocalypse Premiere Video For “Burn It Down” Remix Of “Systematic Chaos”

Gabriel And The Apocalypse have released a “Burn It Down” remix of their song “Systematic Chaos.” The remix was done by Mushroomhead’s Rick “Stitch” Thomas and a video for it can be found below. Jake LaCore commented:

“We’ve always wanted to do a remix project but never got around to it until now. We asked Stitch if he would like to remix a song and he chose to do “Systematic Chaos”, the opening track on our Alpha Bionic full-length release from last year. We were very pleased with the result and hope you will like it as well!”

Judas Priest, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Etc. Set For Inaugural Warlando Metal Fest In Orlando, FL

The details have been revealed for the inaugural Warlando Metal Fest in Orlando, FL. The event is scheduled to take place at the Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds on September 11, 2021 and it will feature: Judas Priest, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Soulfly, Mushroomhead, and Uncured.

Mushroomhead Premiere “The Heresy” Music Video

Mushroomhead have premiered a new video for their song “The Heresy.” This track is from the band’s new album “A Wonderful Life,” which will be released on June 19. J Mann described the track as “the soundtrack to a dystopian delirium, cinematic and surreal!” Steve “Skinny” Felton also added the following about the video:

“We wanted to do something a little more thought-provoking this time around. With the current state of the world going to Hell in a hand basket, we wanted to incorporate something that delivered the swift transportation of certain doom. The manufacturing of war power and the stockpiling of faith. The willful destruction of the past, the future, and ultimately humanity.”

Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres New Song “Never Enough”

Jeffrey Nothing (ex-Mushroomhead) has premiered a new song titled “Never Enough.” The frontman co-wrote the track with guitarist Thomas Church (ex-Mushroomhead).

Nothing commented:

“Throughout life, people or situations will try to tell you that you are a follower and you should be quite content in that role. There is no such thing as give and take. You give and they take. But for all your efforts, the things you contribute, the things you create are just OK. They can be made into something! Freedom is an incredible feeling. You dream again, believe again and feel like… you truly could fly. Rise above. Be you. ‘Fly High Above, Nothing’s Ever, Never Enough!”

Church added:

“I really enjoyed writing ‘Never Enough.’ It brought out some emotions that had been hiding in plain sight for a moment. The interlocking of melodic and moving melodies mixed with aggressive and emotional passages comes thru as a true representation of the human soul.”

Mushroomhead Premiere “Seen It All” Video, Reveal Details For New Album “A Wonderful Life”

Mushroomhead have premiered a new video for their new song “Seen It All.” This track is from the band’s new album “A Wonderful Life,” which will be released on June 19.

“A Wonderful Life” Track Listing:

01. “A Requiem For Tomorrow”
02. “Madness Within”
03. “Seen It All”
04. “The Heresy”
05. “What A Shame”
06. “Pulse”
07. “Carry On”
08. “The Time Has Come”
09. “11th Hour”
10. “I Am The One”
11. “The Flood”
12. “Where The End Begins”
13. “Confutatis”
14. “To The Front” (bonus track)
15. “Sound Of Destruction” (bonus track)
16. “Another Ghost” (bonus track)
17. “Lacrimosa” (bonus track)

Pre-orders can be found HERE.