Official Music Videos
Chicago-based melodic death metal band Starkill are set to unleash their new album 'Fires of Life' via Century Media Records, and we've got the exclusive shred-tastic premiere of the video for Starkill's 'New Infernal Rebirth' right here on Loudwire.
Ever since Stone Sour unveiled the trailer in late February for 'Do Me a Favor,' fans have been not-so-patiently waiting to find out what the full vividly artistic clip would end up being. As it turns out, frontman Corey Taylor and company have incorporated several of the characters from the 'House of Gold & Bones Part 2' concept album into the animated narrative for the clip.
Ghost B.C. (aka Ghost) have just released a new music video for the single 'Year Zero' (watch below). The clip seemingly follows a coven of witches who take in a mysterious man dressed in black. Before you check out the video, however, we must inform you that the clip contains nudity, so if you're watching at work, be sure to have some hot coffee nearby to splash into your boss's eyes in case he or she comes close to your computer.
There's a buzz happening in the metal world around Norwegian act Kvelertak. The band is set to drop its second studio album, 'Meir' via Roadrunner Records on March 26, and you can now stream the full album online and watch their new music video for the song 'Manelyst.'
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The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the biggest honors of its kind, with the European Broadcasting Community countries annually battling it out to determine which country has composed the most popular song. This year Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi decided to back Armenia by lending his skills to writing and producing a song.
Heaven and Earth are ready to take a big step forward with their upcoming album, 'Dig,' and the band have just released the risqué Glen Wexler-directed video for 'No Money, No Love' to kick things off.
It's not uncommon for bands to have some inner tensions, but what better way to get rid of that than shooting a video where you and your bandmates get in some bare knuckle boxing. That's the setup for Dead Sara's latest video, 'Lemon Scent,' which primarily pits frontwoman Emily Armstrong and guitarist Siouxsie Medley against each other in a bloody battle.
Suicidal Tendencies are back with their first new album in 13 years and as a result have decided to call the disc '13' (which just so happens to be the name of the new Black Sabbath album, as well). The group recently polished off the forthcoming effort with the band's own Mike Muir co-producing the disc with Paul Northfield. In addition, fans can now get their first taste of new music courtesy of the newly released video for the single 'Cyco Style.'