Of Mice & Men have released the video for 'Would You Still Be There,' the latest single from their album 'Restoring Force.' Released in January, the album was the band's highest charting effort so far, landing at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart its opening week.
Falling in Reverse have covered Coolio's '90s classic 'Gangsta's Paradise' for the 'Punk Goes '90s, Vol. 2' compilation, and they've got the ultimate stamp of approval. Coolio himself makes a guest appearance in the band's video for the song.
Preach it! The Black Keys are back and the promotional machine is in full swing! The duo recently debuted their video for their hit single 'Fever' and they're also now streaming their 'Turn Blue' album ahead of its May 13 release.
One of the great things about Courtney Love's music over the years is how rough around the edges she's always been. Fans recently got a taste of that with the releases of the singles 'You Know My Name' and 'Wedding Day,' and now Love is adding a visual element to things with the 'You Know My Name' video.
Those who've followed ††† (Crosses) so far know that the group is somewhat out of the wheelhouse of what we've come to expect from Deftones frontman Chino Moreno, yet the music still uniquely captures the atmospheric vocal abilities that we've come to love from the singer. The band is now giving fans another taste of music to savor as their 'Telepathy' video has surfaced online courtesy of Moreno.
Something wicked is afoot, and it's coming from North Carolina. Bloody Hammers are building up to the June 10 release of their 'Under Satan's Sun' album on Napalm Records and they've teamed with Loudwire to exclusively debut their new video for 'Death Does Us Part' (watch above).
Rock and metal fans might not be familiar with Lindsey Stirling, but the violinist currently has the No. 1 album on iTunes with 'Shatter Me.' The title track features Halestorm's Lzzy Hale, and you can watch the video above. There's also a behind the scenes video with Hale and Stirling below.
Mental note: study up on chess moves before ever even considering taking on Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia. You'll understand why after watching the new video for the band's latest single, 'I Forgive (But I Won't Forget Your Name).'
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