Now it’s another music video post! All the best from the last week in one convenient post. Let’s get started!
Up first is the band Northlane. This is from their newest album, ‘Mesmer’ which is out now via UNFD. This is Colourwave.
Next is Norma Jean and it has been a year since the release of their seventh studio album titled ‘Polar Similar’ and on its anniversary they have released a video for the albums opening track, ‘I. The Planet’. Check it out below.
Next is the new duo The Hexans which features Ash Costello of New Years Day and Rob Zombie’s Matt Montgomery from with a new track Black Cat Bone. It’s taken from their debut album ‘Party Monsters’ which is set to drop October 13th via Another Century Records.
Let’s keep it going with Death From Above and their new track ‘Freeze Me’. It’s off the duo’s third studio album, ‘Outrage! Is Now’.
Pressing on with Lonely The Brave is their new track ‘Things Will Matter’. It’s taken off the reworked version of their 2016 record of the same name which is set to drop November 10th.
Adding to the videos is the Texan trio Seeker who’ve dropped a dark video to accompany their track, ‘Welcome Death’.
The next band comes from Pop-Rocks in Somerset, this is Pretty Little Enemy with a track off their new EP, ‘Second Load’. Here’s ‘Collide’.
Fancy more Stone Sour? What about Corey Taylor on a moped? Then you need to watch the new Stone Sour video for the track, ‘Rose Red Violent Blue (This Son Is dumb & So Am I).
Next is new music and it comes from Knuckle Punk. This is taken from their upcoming album ‘Shapeshifter’. This is ‘Double Helix’.
Now, this next video comes from the inspiration of The Witch and The Village. Check out Circa Survive’s new track from the upcoming album, ‘The Amulet’. Here’s Premonition of the Hex.
And here is the penultimate video! It’s brand new Fall Out Boy and if their new album is anything to go by, it’s looking quite sinister. Check out The Last Of The Real Ones, off their upcoming release MANIA below.
And we’ve reached the final video of the week. This comes from Machine Gun Kelly and his amazing track in an equally amazing video for ‘Let You Go’. This is from his latest album, Bloom which is available via Bad Boy/ Interscope.
And that’s it for the week. Check back next time for even more picks of the weeks best music videos.