Here’s our top 5 videos of April 2017…
1) Stone Sour – Fabuless
Stone Sour have just revealed two new tracks from their upcoming album ‘Hydrograd‘ which is set for release on 30th June via Roadrunner Records. The video for ‘Fabuless‘ was released just hours before a second track was revealed, titled ‘Song #3‘. ‘Fabuless‘ was directed by Paul Brown and shows the band doing what they do best; absolutely killing it on stage…
2) Bleed Again – Walk Through The Fire
Bleed Again‘s latest video for ‘Walk Through The Fire‘ is taken from their upcoming album ‘Momentum‘, due out this May via SlipTrick Records. The video shows the band performing in a room filled with atmospheric lighting – it’s a sweet watch.
3) CHON – Sleepy Tea
San Diego’s CHON have just debuted the first single to be released off of their highly anticipated, upcoming album ‘Homey‘ which is due out on the 16th June via Sumerian Records. The track is called ‘Sleepy Tea‘ and the video was created in a video game style; imagine a guitar flying through space and ending up on stage with an animated version of the band. Yeah, that.
4) Wednesday 13 – Blood Sick
Wednesday 13 has revealed the latest track to be taken from his upcoming Nuclear Blast release ‘Condolences‘ which is out on the 2nd June. The Murderdolls frontman said about the video,
“I’m really excited for you all to see the video for Blood Sick. It was all shot on green screen with director Matt Zane. The song is about a spider torturing a fly in its web before devouring it, and I wanted to try and capture that scenario with the band in a giant spider web. I had this vision in my head when we first wrote the song and it’s so cool to see it finally come to life.”
5) Slaughter To Prevail – Chronic Slaughter
Slaughter To Prevail have just released a brand new music video for ‘Chronic Slaughter‘, the second single to be taken from the band’s eagerly awaited debut full-length album ‘Misery Sermon‘. The video was directed by Evgeniy Kozlov and shows the band performing their epic, full throttle live show.
So, did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below…