We Came As Romans have shared new live videos for “Cold Like War” and “Lost In The Moment.“ The clips were filmed during the band’s set at the 2019 Swanfest in Anaheim, CA. This news comes after the group recently confirmed that they have been writing and “throwing a few demos around” for their next album. The effort will be their first since the tragic death of Kyle Pavone.
It appears Rammstein’s new album will be accompanied by five music videos. Richard Z. Kruspe told Kerrang! the following about that:
“We flew to Los Angeles to mix the record with Rich Costey, who has worked with Muse and a bunch of other big bands. It looks like we will have five music videos coming out this time too. I feel really happy with the album, although a few things might still change, of course.”
Muse have premiered new videos for “Algorithm,” “Break It To Me,” and “Blockades” off their new album “Simulation Theory,” which is available now. You can find those below, along with a stream of the album, complete with new lyric videos and other previously released music videos.
Exit Empire have premiered a new video for their song “Forging My Own Crown.” This track is from the band’s self titled debut album.
Frontman Rafael Eimut commented:
“With this song, we wanted to express the duality of emotions you experience when creating something. Whether it’s art, music or starting a business. You must be strong to follow your passion and vision, but at the same time, you are extremely vulnerable and basically hard to live with.”
Guitarist Timmy Ruzicka added:
“So we wanted to give something back to our friends and fans who support us in our own journey of creating music. We invited them to a party in our rehearsal room, grabbed a camera and just shot the whole thing unscripted. The result is a very authentic video with a positive vibe, the one we’ve been gaining strength from because of these people. Now we hope it will give strength back to our listeners and viewers.”
In other news, the group have also shared new videos for acoustic versions of “Ignore Me” and “Nobody Else.” These versions appear on the deluxe edition of the album.
Psychostick have surprise released a new album titled “Do.” The band released the effort yesterday (July 24) during a live webcast on Twitch. You can find various videos and all the details for the album below. You can also purchase it HERE. It will hit iTunes and Spotify on July 27.
“Do” Track Listing:
01. “We Are a Band”
02. “You Can (Maybe) Do It”
05. “From The Heart”
08. “Introvert Party Time”
09. “Thinkin’ With Yer Dick”
10. “Uncle Material”
11. “Bacon, Egg, & Cheese On Toast with Sriracha”
13. “Stream Stutter”
15. “Socks & Sandals (Pajama Pants)”
18. “Moving Day”
19. “Rent In Peace”
21. “Outtakes Episode V: Outtakes Strike Back”
The band commented:
“Whelp, here it is! Do. This whole “surprise, nerd! New album!” experiment was extremely fun, and we’re beyond appreciative of your patience and understanding. We agree with you – four years is way too long. We hope to fix that despite what Murph says!
“Do is our first 100% independent, label-free release since 2003! Our production process is still completely internal, but this time all profits go straight to Psychostick. This is extremely huge for us and we can’t thank you enough.
“2018 marked the fifteenth anniversary of our first album, and we’re beyond excited that we’re still kickin’, making globs upon globs of comedy metal. We aim to do this until they kick us out of the old folks’ home or off of Mars. That’s right. We’re goin’ to Mars, damnit.”
As previously reported, Cancer Bats have surprise released a new album titled “The Spark That Moves.” Now it appears they have also released videos for almost every song on the effort across various sites. You can find each one by clicking the links in the song titles below.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda has premiered music videos for two new songs “Crossing A Line” and “Nothing Makes Sense Anymore.” These tracks are from his new solo album “Post Traumatic,” which will be released on June 15. You can pre-order that HERE. The effort follows his previously released EP of the same name. Shinoda commented:
“It’s a journey out of grief and darkness, not into grief and darkness. If people have been through something similar, I hope they feel less alone. If they haven’t been through this, I hope they feel grateful.”