Nasty Premiere “Resurrection” Music Video, Announce European Tour

Nasty have premiered a new video for their new song “Resurrection.” The band commented:

“Our track is about getting back on track after struggling and hard times. It is heavily inspired by the last two years of corona and crisis.”

In other news, Nasty have also announced a European tour with First Blood, Paleface, and Forty Four:

09/07 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo
09/08 Wiesbaden, GER – Kesselhaus
09/09 Nurnberg, GER – Hirsch
09/10 Ghent, BEL – De Chinatraat
09/11 Berlin, GER – SO36
09/12 Kassel, GER – Goldgrube
09/13 Paris, FRA – La Bellevilloise
09/15 Lindau, GER – Club Vaudeville
09/16 Munchen, GER – Backstage
09/17 Stuttgart, GER – Core Fest
09/18 Lyss, SWI – Kulturfabrik
09/19 Trier, GER – Mergener Hof
09/20 Hamburg, GER – Knust
09/21 Hannover, GER – Lux
09/22 Koln, GER – Kantine
09/23 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
09/24 Niesky, GER – Holz

Limbs Premiere “Blood And Heel” Music Video

Limbs have premiered a new video for their new song “Blood And Heel.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Coma Year,” which was officially released today (June 24). Austin McAuley commented:

“This song is my quarantine anthem. Simply put, it’s a vivid recollection of the mental and physical toll the pandemic has taken on myself and those around me. The song describes the often unhealthy coping mechanisms I employed to deal with the stress and uncertainty I faced in my personal life, as well as my role as an artist while the world was in a volatile state. At the end of it all, I felt like the only person who could help me was myself. I didn’t want to rely on anyone else to solve any issues I may have due to the stresses of being in unprecedented times from a pandemic.”

Vomit Forth Premiere “Carnivorous Incantation” Video

Vomit Forth have premiered a new video for their new song “Carnivorous Incantation.” This track is from the band’s new album “Seething Malevolence,“ which will be released on July 8. Kane Gelaznik commented:

“‘Carnivorous Incantation‘ is somewhat of a self-reflective song. It’s about the effects of abuse on our psyche. Abuse begets abuse like some horrible spell cast on us all. The song is a way of trying to externalize, understand, and move past trauma. This video is intentionally unnerving and spastic. We wanted the video to stick with you because of the subject matter of the song. That’s a big reason we decided to go with 8498. I hope this helps victims of abuse of any kind to move past their trauma.”

Destrage Premiere “Everything Sucks And I Think I’m A Big Part Of It” Music Video

Destrage have premiered a new video for their new song “Everything Sucks And I Think I’m A Big Part Of It.” This track is from the band’s new album “SO MUCH. too much.,” which will be released on September 16. Guitarist Matteo Di Gioia commented:

“You’re coming from a very boring time. It’s the feeling of disappointment, being left alone, and being let down. It’s very introspective, yet it’s also narcissistic. In Westernized society we think everything is about us so there’s some of that.”

Adema Premiere “Violent Principles” Music Video

Adema have premiered a new video for their new song “Violent Principles.” This track will appear on the band’s upcoming album “360 Degrees Of Separation.” Vocalist Ryan Shuck commented:

“‘360 Degrees Of Separation‘ is going to have plenty of heavy songs with all the ripping screams and vocals that we know many of our fans want – but it will also have heavy melodic tracks in the vein of Adema‘s hit songs like ‘Giving In‘. ‘Violent Principles‘ is one of those.”

Ozzy Osbourne Announces New Album “Patient Number 9”, Shares Video For The Title Track

Ozzy Osbourne will be releasing a new album, titled “Patient Number 9,” on September 9. The effort was produced by Andrew Watt and it includes contributions from Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan, Jane’s Addiction bassist Chris Chaney, late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, and more.

“Patient Number 9” Track Listing:

01. “Patient Number 9” (feat. Jeff Beck)
02. “Immortal” (feat. Mike McCready)
03. “Parasite” (feat. Zakk Wylde)
04. “No Escape From Now” (feat. Tony Iommi)
05. “One Of Those Days” (feat. Eric Clapton)
06. “A Thousand Shades” (feat. Jeff Beck)
07. “Mr. Darkness” (feat. Zakk Wylde)
08. “Nothing Feels Right” (feat. Zakk Wylde)
09. “Evil Shuffle” (feat. Zakk Wylde)
10. “Degradation Rules” (feat. Tony Iommi)
11. “Dead And Gone”
12. “God Only Knows”
13. “Darkside Blues”

You can find a video for the title track below. The clip was directed by Todd McFarlane, who also created a comic book that will come with select editions of the album. Osbourne said the following:

“The song is about a mental institution. Having someone like Jeff Beck play on my album is just incredible, a total honor. There’s no other guitar player that plays like him and his solo on ‘Patient Number 9‘ is just jaw-dropping.”

Queensrÿche Premiere “In Extremis” Music Video

Queensrÿche have premiered a new video for their new song “In Extremis.” This track is from the band’s new album “Digital Noise Alliance,” which will be released on October 7. The group commented:

“This song is about being on your deathbed surrounded by your loved ones. Clinging to the last sense available, letting them know you will still be hearing them after correspondence or perceived consciousness is visible. Other conceptual metaphors flash in and out, taking note of a world that will not bend to accommodate such suffering, a universe of mockery and a universe void of such abilities.”

Fit For A King Premiere “Reaper” Music Video

Fit For A King have premiered a new video for their new song “Reaper.” Ryan Kirby commented:

“In the studio, I became obsessed with a German TV show called ‘Dark.’ The show really had me reflect on how finite our time on earth is — that we have no control, no matter how rich, religious, or diligent. Time is truly the Grim Reaper.”