Battle Royale: James Durbin Debuts, Babymetal Rules on Video Countdown
Babymetal continue to dominate the Loudwire Battle Royale Video Countdown, spending their third straight week on top with their video for "Karate." However, there's a new challenger stepping up to take second place. American Head Charge's "Let All the World Believe" jumps from No. 6 to No. 2 this week, knocking Andy Black's "We Don't Have to Dance" down to the No. 3 spot.
There was not much in the way of movement on this week's countdown, as James Durbin's "Smackdown" was the lone debut, snagging the No. 6 spot. Sunflower Dead also re-entered the Top 10 at No. 10 with their "It's Time to Get Weird" video featuring Korn's Jonathan Davis. Check out this week's Battle Royale Top 10 videos below.
Will Babymetal continue their front-running ways next week? Your votes will help decide. Five new videos enter the voting, as Deftones ("Prayers / Triangles"), In This Moment ("The Fighter"), Fear Factory ("Expiration Date"), Cauldron ("Burning At Both Ends") and MGT with Ville Valo ("Knowing Me Knowing You") all join in. You can see those videos, along with every clip available for voting, in the poll at the bottom of this post. Vote for your favorite clips once per hour through the voting deadline of Friday, April 22 at 11AM ET. Then come back next Friday to see which videos made the Battle Royale cut.