Devour The Day Premiere “The Censor” Video

Devour The Day have premiered a new video for their new song “The Censor.” This track is from the band’s new album, “Signals,” which will be released on October 26. The group commented:

“There is a quote by Elizabeth Gilbert that goes like this: ‘Art is a crushing chore and a wonderful privilege. The work wants to be made, and it wants to be made through you.’ We are honored to be the channels and to have received these signals. We cannot take ownership for our place, it is through this process that we find our own purpose. We are indebted to our community for the gift of this responsibility.”

“Signals” Track Listing:

01. “One Shot”
02. “Faithless”
03. “Into The Night”
04. “Red Flower”
05. “Headspill”
06. “The Censor”
07. “Give It Up”
08. “Cliffhanger”
09. “Loudmouth”
10. “Nothing Is Enough”
11. “Wonderful Creatures”
12. “Under The Overpass”

The band are also putting together a six-part documentary on their #soundtracktoYOURstory tour.

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Warbringer Premiere “Power Unsurpassed” Lyric Video

Warbringer have premiered a lyric video for their new single “Power Unsurpassed.” That track is available in digital outlets now, along with a live version of “Descending Blade.” A limited editon 7″ featuring the tracks will be released on September 9 and pre-orders can be found HERE.

Grave Digger Premiere New Video For “Zombie Dance” Feat. Russkaja

Grave Digger have premiered a new video for “Zombie Dance” featuring Russkaja. This track is from the band’s new album “The Living Dead,” which will be released on September 14 via Napalm Records. Vocalist Chris Boltendahl commented:

“”Polka and metal — is that fitting? With ‘Zombie Dance’, we are opening the gate to hell for every incarnate, true metalhead and GRAVE DIGGER fan. But, to be honest… the symbiosis between metal and polka turns out to be perfect and calls on everyone to dance and headbang. You wanted PARTY — you’ve got it!! With ‘Zombie Dance’ and its video, we give you a late summer hit in 2018. Whoever stands still or remains seated while this song is played is already dead or not born yet!”

Shining (NOR) To Release New Album “Animal” In October, Stream Title Track

Shining (NOR) have announced that their new album “Animal” will be released on October 19. With this news, the band have also released the title track, which you can stream below:

Jørgen Munkeby said this album marks a departure from the group’s ‘blackjazz’ phase:

“I was tired of doing the same thing. I was done with ‘blackjazz’ and wanted to create something new and exciting. I needed a change. I’m finally at the point where I have nothing to lose and everything to win. We had 360 degrees to play with so we could’ve gone in any direction. This new record is more Muse than Meshuggah, more Ghost than Gojira, and more Biffy Clyro than Burzum!”

He also added the following about the title track:

“When we wrote ‘Animal,’ we knew that we would want to announce the album with that song! It’s just such a fun and rocking number, and I also can’t wait to open our live shows with it! Wolf howl, and GO!”. The previously released track “Everything Dies” will also appear on “Animal“.

If you missed it, the band previously released “Everything Dies” from the effort awhile back.

[via The PRP]

Tom Morello Premieres New Video For “Rabbit’s Revenge” Featuring Bassnectar, Big Boi & Killer Mike

Tom Morello (Prophets Of Rage/Rage Against The Machine) has premiered a new video for his song “Rabbit’s Revenge.” This track features Bassnectar, Big Boi, and Killer Mike and it will appear on Morello’s new album “The Atlas Underground,” which is set to be released on October 12.

Silent Planet Premiere “Share The Body” Music Video

Silent Planet have premiered a new video for their new song “Share The Body.” This track is from the band’s new album “When The End Began,” which will be released on November 2.

Garrett Russell commented:

“‘Share The Body‘ explores the brutal opioid epidemic that is ravaging communities around the world. Approaching addiction from the inside-out, our song and video attempts to follow the genesis of addiction (pharmaceutical) all the way to narcotics and subsequent overdose.

Many of the lyrics and themes stem from conversations we’ve had at shows and online with our listeners. It’s our hope that this track starts difficult conversations, and inspires some who are struggling with addiction to open up and seek help.”