Avenged Sevenfold Share New Studio Footage

Avenged Sevenfold recently shared some footage from their new album sessions during a livestream on Instagram. A fan has since uploaded the clip to YouTube and it can be seen below. This news comes after M. Shadows previously said that the band are about 70% done with the effort. However, they do not plan on releasing it until it is safe to tour again.

Attila Tease New Material In New Studio Clip

Attila have shared a tease of new material in a new studio clip. You can check that out below. Notably, the group also appear to have filmed a new music video:

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Go Ahead And Die (Soulfly, Khemmis, Etc.) Tease More New Music

Go Ahead And Die, the new band featuring Soulfly’s Max Cavalera, his son Igor Amadeus Cavalera, and Khemmis’ Zach Coleman, have shared another tease of new music from the sessions for their debut album. You can check that out below:

Go Ahead And Die (Soulfly, Khemmis, Etc.) Tease New Music

Go Ahead And Die, the new band featuring Soulfly’s Max Cavalera, his son Igor Amadeus Cavalera, and Khemmis’ Zach Coleman, have shared a tease of new music from the sessions for their debut album. You can check that out below:

Papa Roach Tease New Music In New Studio Clip

Papa Roach have shared some studio footage from their new album sessions. The clip features a tease of new music and it can be found below. The band commented:

“It’s 2020 and like all bands, we had to cancel massive tours, so we’re taking this opportunity to get in the studio and write new music together. We all got tested and quarantined ourselves in “the bubble” to write our next album.”

Whitechapel Share More Footage From New Album Sessions

Whitechapel have shared some more footage from their new album sessions. You can check that out below. The band are currently working on the record with producer Mark Lewis.

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Hammering away 🔨 #album8 @savagechapel

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