September Mourning have been a force since arriving on the Battle Royale Video Countdown five weeks ago. The band's comic-themed clip for "20 Below" is one of the more eye-catching and creative videos so far this year, and the Loudwire readers just voted the video to the No. 1 spot for the fifth consecutive week, which means it will now be retired to the Battle Royale Hall of Fame. Congrats to September Mourning.

It wasn't exactly easy for September Mourning, as the Pretty Reckless gave them their biggest challenge to date. "Oh My God" led all the debuts this week, arriving at No. 2. Ded also cracked the Top 10 for the first time, slipping in at No. 10 with "FMFY." It should also be noted that three-time Battle Royale champ "The Madness" from Art of Anarchy is retiring after snagging the No. 6 spot this week. See all of the Battle Royale top 10 videos below.

With two longtime favorites retiring, the Battle Royale should have a significantly different look next week. We've got new videos from Body Count ("No Lives Matter"), Danko Jones ("My Little RnR"), Demon Hunter ("Died in My Sleep"), Gojira ("The Cell"), Highly Suspect ("My Name Is Human"), KXM ("Breakout"), Seether ("Let You Down") and Soen ("Opal") entering the voting. You can see those clips, along with every eligible video, by clicking on the links in the poll at the bottom of this post. You can vote for your favorite video once per hour through the deadline of Friday, March 3 at 11AM ET, so vote now.

  • 10

    "FMFY"

    Ded
  • 9

    "Catch Me When I Fall"

    Stitched Up Heart
  • 8

    "Censor This"

    City of the Weak
  • 7

    "Feed the Fire"

    Invidia
  • 6

    "The Madness"

    Art of Anarchy
  • 5

    "Monster"

    Blameshift
  • 4

    "Heart of War"

    Message From Sylvia
  • 3

    "A Dream in Static"

    Earthside featuring Daniel Tompkins
  • 2

    "Oh My God"

    The Pretty Reckless
  • 1

    "20 Below"

    September Mourning