We’ve handpicked our Top 5 Videos of September 2017 with the incredible Stone Sour in the number one spot – see if you can pick out the all-star cameos in their video! Scroll down to see who else we picked…

1) Stone Sour – Rose Red Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I)

Stone Sour have shared a brand new video for ‘Rose Red Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I)‘, a track taken from their Top 5 album, ‘Hydrograd‘. The video – directed by Ryan Valdez – sees the band getting wild in a bar and also features some exciting cameos!

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2) 24 Robbers – Shot Down

Melodic punk rockers 24 Robbers have revealed the video for ‘Shot Down‘. Probably the most adventurous video we’ve seen this month and not for the faint hearted, the band take their music to new heights…

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3) Hostile Array – Herd Instinct

Maryland metalcore quintet Hostile Array, formerly known as My Ransomed Soul, has premiered their new music video for their second single ‘Herd Instinct‘. Outspoken and message driven about the major conflicts in the world, the new single, deals with the idea of blind patriotism and the growth of radical nationalism in the United States.

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4) The Great Discord – Cadence

Swedish dark progressive metallers The Great Discord have unveiled a new video for ‘Cadence‘, taken from the band’s forthcoming album ‘The Rabbit Hole‘ out on 6th October 2017 via The Sign Records.

Aksel Holmgren (drums) comments: “A song that emerged hard and fast, with a chorus that caught our attention as something special as soon as we wrote it. It signifies change and empowerment, but it comes with deceit and a hidden agenda.”

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5) Echoic – Blame

Reading trio Echoic have unleashed a cinematic and cathartic video for ‘Blame’. The track is taken from their ‘Shadows Of You’ EP, which was self-released in early September.

“Blame is about somebody manipulating certain situations and projecting them on to someone who would rather be oblivious, and escape from it all….

We wanted to highlight the darker meaning of the song through the video, whilst masking it with very pretty and light hearted surroundings, topped off with a happy ending” Kera Stewart, drums

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So, did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below…