The Raven Age Premiere “The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships” Music Video

The Raven Age have premiered a new video for their song “The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Conspiracy.” Guitarist George Harris commented:

“The video for ‘The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships’ was shot whilst on tour in the U.S. The location we chose was in the desert just outside Las Vegas as we thought it would help paint the picture of the story of Helen Of Troy, which is what the song’s written about.”

[via Alternative Press]

Suicide Silence Share “Meltdown” Video

Suicide Silence have shared a new video for “Meltdown.” This is the intro track from their new album “Become The Hunter,“ which is expected to be released in early 2020

Cult Of Luna Share “A Dawn To Fear” Short Film

Cult Of Luna have created a new short film by combining their official videos for “Lay Your Head To Rest” and “The Silent Man.” The clip is named after their latest album “A Dawn To Fear” and it can be seen below. Johannes Persson commented:

“The narrative for the ‘A Dawn To Fear‘ short film was written as a continuous story spread out over two songs (“Lay Your Head to Rest” and “The Silent Man“). Because of the hard work that was put in by numerous people it deserves to be viewed in it’s intended form. That is why I’m excited that it’s finally available as the 18 min piece it was written as.”

Blind Guardian Share Official Video For “War Feeds War” Off New Orchestral Album “Legacy Of The Dark Lands”

Blind Guardian have premiered a new video for their song “War Feeds War.” This track is from the band’s new orchestral album “Legacy Of The Dark Lands,” which was released today (November 8). Hansi Kürsch commented:

“Time to witness our journey through the Dark Lands. ‘War Feeds War’ gives you an idea about whom we encountered and what we ‘beheld’ during our short, but somehow very unpleasant stay. Note: the riders are amongst us! I am glad we made it back, safely, for today’s release of Legacy Of The Dark Lands. We hope you enjoy this fantastic album and this glorious video. We had great fun doing it! Now go and get your copy.”