Angra Premiere New Video For “Black Widow’s Web” Feat. Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) & Sandy

Angra have premiered a new video for their song “Black Widow’s Web.” The track, which features Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and Brazilian singer Sandy, appears on the band’s latest album “Ømni.”

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Good Charlotte Premiere “Shadowboxer” Music Video, Announce Benefit Show

Good Charlotte have premiered a new video for their new song “Shadowboxer.” This track is from the band’s new album “Generation Rx,” which will be released on September 14. In other news, the group will also headline a benefit festival for the victims of the Capital Gazette shooting on July 28 in Annapolis, Maryland. Benji Madden told Capital Gazette the following:

“I don’t know what we can bring to it, other than we just want to be involved in supporting the city. Obviously, we’re all shocked [from the shooting]. We’re all kind of speechless. These are moments when you really don’t know what to do to help.”

Ice Nine Kills Premiere “Thank God It’s Friday” Music Video

Ice Nine Kills have premiered a new video for their new song “Thank God It’s Friday.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Silver Scream,” which will be released on October 5. That effort will feature songs based on 13 classic horror films. “Thank God It’s Friday” in particular focuses on “Friday The 13th.”

Anti-Flag Premiere “Trouble Follows Me” Video, Announce European Tour With Silverstein, Cancer Bats, & Worriers

Anti-Flag have premiered a new video for their song “Trouble Follows Me.” This track is from the band’s latest album “American Fall.”

In other news, the group have also announced a European/UK tour with Silverstein, Cancer Bats, and Worriers:

10/11 Vienna, AUT – Flex
10/12 Wels, AUT – Alter Schlachthof
10/13 Salzburg, AUT – Rockhouse
10/14 Prague, CZE – Meet Factory
10/16 Hannover, GER – Pavillon
10/18 Berlin, GER – SO36
10/19 Hamburg, GER – Fabrik
10/20 Köln, GER – Live Music Hall
10/21 Stuttgart, GER – Longhorn
10/23 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
10/25 Saarbrucken, GER – Garage
10/26 Haarlem, NET – Patronaat (‘ANTIfest‘)
10/27 Hasselt, BEL – Muziekodroom – Groezrock Indoor
10/28 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof (‘ANTIfest‘)
10/30 Birmingham, UK – Asylum (no Silverstein)
10/31 Bristol, UK – SWX (no Silverstein)
11/01 London, UK – Heaven (no Silverstein)
11/02 Manchester, UK – Academy 2 (no Silverstein)
11/03 Glasgow, UK – Garage (no Silverstein)
11/05 Belfast, UK – Foundry (no Silverstein)
11/06 Dublin, IRE – Whelan’s (no Silverstein)

Tarja Turunen (Ex-Nightwish) Shares “Victim Of Ritual” Performance Video From “Act II”

Tarja Turunen (ex-Nightwish) has shared a “Victim Of Ritual” performance video from her new live release “Act II.” The clip was filmed at the Woodstock festival in Poland and it can be seen below. “Act II” will be available on July 27 and it will include two parts. The first part will feature a show she did at London’s Metropolis Studios, two months before the release of “The Shadow Self.” The second part was recorded on November 29, 2016, at Milan’s Teatro della Luna Allago, and it features tracks from all four of Tarja’s solo albums, as well as a cover of Muse’s “Supremacy.” The Blu-ray package will also come with two full live shows filmed at Hellfest in France and the Woodstock Festival in Poland.

Tengger Cavalry Regroup, Premiere “Heart” Music Video

Just four days after the February 23 release of their latest album “Cian Bi,“ Tengger Cavalry announced that they would be calling it quits. Now, the band have decided to regroup. You can check out a new video for the radio edit of their new song “Heart” below. It is much shorter than the standard version of the track, which is 13 minutes long.

Nature Ganganbaigal told Billboard the following about the song:

“It is a long 13 min track featuring multiple nomadic folk artists from China and few amazing American musicians. As the song title suggests, it is a song dedicated to all of my fans who put their hearts into what they truly love and believe.”

He also commented on the band’s return:

“After a long break, it is great to feel like creating what I love again. Moreover I am more than grateful to have all the band members, friends, fans and ppl around me to give a support for relaunching the band. It is more than a passion. It is a cultural project that I intend to share with everyone and I will do my best to keep on going. Last but not least, I want to thank Napalm Records for believing in me and giving me time to heal even when I was in my darkest hours.”

You can head to Billboard to read more and can also donate to the band’s crowdfunding campaign so they can play at Carnegie Hall in New York City once again.