Earlier today, Good Charlotte had released details of who would be supporting them on their 2019 Generation RX EU Tour. This was originally going to be Boston Manor and Moose Blood.
Hours after announcing this, they posted a statement via Twitter saying, “we’ve decided to remove Moose Blood from our recently announced tour”.
GC fans in EU&UK, we’ve decided to remove Moose Blood from our recently announced tour, scheduled for this Feb. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we feel we have a commitment to keep to ourselves, our fans & our community. Stay tuned for further support announcements soon
Moose Blood’s removal comes off the back of accusations that have been made towards the band earlier this year, specifically towards Eddy Brewerton after he reportedly stole explicit photographs from a woman’s phone, before distributing them to other members of the band via a private WhatsApp group.
Since the allegations have surfaced, Moose Blood have been removed from show opportunities. The band are taking legal action against these allegations.
Boston Manor will remain as support, with a replacement support act TBC at a later date
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Welcome back to another edition of the list of top ten recent music videos. All the best from around the world or as many as I can find. First up is Somerset quartet Pretty Little Enemy as they have released a video for their latest single, ‘Never Say Goodbye.’
And for the second video, we’re travelling all the way to Tacoma for Alternative Rockers Skating Polly. This is the third single from the band’s recent record, ‘The Make It All Show’ which was released back in May and this track also features Bratmobile’s Allison Wolfe.
Now, this next video is from the legend himself Andrew W.K. From the record, ‘You’re Not Alone’ is the title track off the record itself.
In the last week, it’s certainly been a war of words between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly. Here’s some lyrics from ‘Kamikaze’.
If you wanna come at me with a sub, Machine Gun
And I’m talkin’ to you, but you already know who the fuck you are, Kelly.
Now, Machine Gun Jelly has responded with a track called ‘Rap Devil’ which is a play on Eminem’s 2013 track ‘Rap God’ which you can watch below.
And for our next video, we’re off to Shetland of all places! This band is the energetic four-piece group Forgotten Sons and you have to listen to Anthemic new track, here’s ‘Pennies In The Water’.
We’re off to Dayton, Ohio for our next band that is the magnificent Hawthorne Heights. Their latest record, ‘Bad Frequencies’ was released via Pure Noise Records in April and we’ve been engrossing ourselves in the record since. To add to their visuals, check out the video for ‘Bad Frequencies’ below.
Polish death metallers are less than a month from releasing their new record, ‘I Loved You At Your Darkest’, which will be their first full-length record in over four years. To keep us on our toes until that day comes, Check out ‘Wolves Ov Siberia’ until then.
It’s just a week until we have a new record by Good Charlotte in our possession. We’ve gotten some great tracks and seen them perform some of their best gigs in recent memory and now we have another track to keep us entertained until the album is ours. Here’s ‘Prayers’
It’s been a pretty huge week for the Aussie band Stand Atlantic. They’ e signed to Hopeless Records, Announced a new record and released a huge new track. Check out Lavender Bones below.
It’s a new day for Boston Manor as they have just released (today) their brand new record, ‘Welcome To The Neighbourhood. Congratulations to the new record and if you haven’t heard anything off the new record, well here’s ‘England’s Dreaming’ for you to enjoy right now!
And that’s it for another week of the best recent music videos, be sure to check back next week for another ten of the best.
Yes, we’re back for another countdown of ten of the last week’s music videos. What has been released this week? Well let’s kick things off with Architects great live video for ‘Doomsday’ which was filmed at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Last week, I posted in the countdown’s list that Sainte’s first EP was drawing to a close but now, she’s closing the first chapter with two music videos. Here is the second video in the last first chapter in ‘Feels So Wrong’.
Good Charlotte was one of the co-headliners at Slam Dunk festival last month but if you missed the opportunity to see them live, don’t worry. The band have compiled footage shot across their recent run of UK and EU shows. Check out the live video for ‘Actual Pain’ below.
Ahead of their appearances across various UK festivals, Southend alt-rockers Asylums have dropped a new video for ‘Millenials’. This is off their upcoming record ‘Alien Human Emotions’ which will be released July 6th.
The next band have been spending a lot of time on the road recently, which includes their first stops in the UK and now here’s another live video added to this list for ‘Third Degree’.
Belmont has announced that they’re releasing their self-titled full-length record on August 17th and they’ve dropped their first music video for the record in the form of Hollowed Out which you can view below.
A while ago, One Ok Rock dropped the track ‘Change’. The track is beautiful but the video is even better. Just watch.
Trash Boat are gearing for their new record, ‘Crown Shyness’ and now, the record single has been released. It’s called ‘Inside Out’ and on the concept of it, frontman Tobo Duncan has said to Rocksound: “this song is a personal analysis of my inner monologue. The ‘guy’ that’s with me with every decision, every thought process and my quietest, most solitary moments. ‘
The Amity Affliction are back. They’ve shared a new video in the form of Ivy (Doomsday) from the upcoming record, ‘Misery’ which is going to be released on August 24th via Roadrunner Records.
And now, time for a new song from As It Is and their new single from ‘The Great Depression’. and The Stigma (Boys Don’t Cry) track and video is one that: tackles toxic masculinity, and the long overdue need to rebel and speak out against outdated ideals that to this day continue to threaten individuality.
And that’s it for another countdown of music videos! Check back next week for another ten of the best.
And we’re back for another round of music videos. Slam Dunk Festival has come and gone but that doesn’t mean the week isn’t rocking. We’re kicking things off with hardcore trio MSRY whose latest single’Broken Teeth’ is something you’d find on the heavier side of things.
Continuing with the heavy side, metalcore groud Bleeding Through have finally returned with their new record, ‘Love Will Kill All’ coming at the end of this month. Continuing the video’s is their track ‘Fade Into Ash’.
Back in February of this year, Butcher Babies came over to the UK for a headline run of shows and the weather they received when they came over was well… bad. Now though, we can see what went down at the shows in their video for ‘Look What We’ve Done’. It’s off their third record, ‘Lilith’ which was released in 2017.
The Wonder Years dropped their latest record ‘Sister Cities’ earlier this year and they’re still pushing forward with a record that can make or break them. Continuing their music video heaven is their track ‘Raining In Kyoto.
Next is Oh, Weatherly. We’re eagerly awaiting their record, ‘Lips Like Oxygen’ which drops on July 27th but until then, here’s what we can expect in their video for ‘Here Tonight’.
Now we’ll change things up a touch. Frank Turner has a new record out and it’s amazing. He’s a true genuine artist everyone needs to listen to, just like you have to listen to his new video for ‘Little Changes’.
Now this band have just headlined Slam Dunk Festival to what I’m hearing is roaring reviews. Additionally, Good Charlotte has just announced their upcoming album ‘Generation Rx’ and this is the first material we’re hearing from it in the video for ‘Actual Pain’.
Now, this band we on the same stage but earlier in the days to them. The band in question is State Champs and we might be three singles into their new record but this band could prove to be the next big thing in Pop-Punk as is the video for ‘Mine Is Gold’.
Motionless In White recently parted ways with their bassist Devin “Ghost” Sola but still featured him in their latest music videos for Voices. It’s marking the one year anniversary of ‘Graveyard Shift’, the band’s latest record and as we watch it, what is next for the band?
Lastly. Wait, first I have to say this video dropped today and I just had to have this on the week’s list for the last video because of this band. Halestorm are Grammy winners and everything a rock band should be in the modern age. Hard working, heavy hitting and true musicians. This new video which brings the band into a new age, ‘Uncomfortable’ is a testament to this as their new record, ‘Vicious’ will be dropped on July 27th.
We have to ask, what is going on in Good Charlotte’s camp?
Last week, they have been teasing something on their social media, by posting a series of Gifs. Now a week later, there’s been no answers. The gifs included the theme of placing skulls on the faces of the members of Good Charlotte, this week has taken a turn for the stage. So far, three other artists have had the same aesthetic.
I think the most bizarre on that list is Celine Dion.
News is coming from the Beartooth camp as apparently vocalist Caleb Shomo has been writing songs with the Madden Brothers.
I wonder what’s going to come out of this little beauty then? I wonder if it’s going to be more hard-hitting or a softer vibe if it’ll materialise into a single or could it part of the new Beartooth record?
It’s time for another round of music videos!! Let’s get things going.
First up is The Xcerts who have shared a new video for their new single Hold On To Your Heart. It’s the title track for their upcoming record, which is set to drop January 19th.
Next up is Too Close To Touch and a track they have described as, “‘ a dark song that was cathartic for us to write,”. This is Before I Cave In.
Speak The Truth Even If Your Voice Shakes, the supergroup featuring members of Finch and Senses Fail, have released a new video for their track, ‘Drowning On The Sidewalk Or Dying Inside’.
It celebrates all things Stranger Things and is full of easter eggs.
Next up is the Punk 4-piece Weekend Recovery who have dropped their the video for their latest single, ‘Why Don’t You Love Me’.
Now let’s go for a Danish group. This is Alcabean and the video for Bloody Pose.
Just because Linkin Park isn’t on the radar at this moment, doesn’t mean they’ve stopped giving fans music or videos. Below is a live video for Crawling.
And let’s continue with the live videos. Remember that huge show Don Broco did when they played Alexandria Palace? Well, here what went down in the video for T-shirt song.
Let’s make it a third video for live videos. Ever wanted to see what a Papa Roach gig is like, then check out Born For Greatness below!
Let’s go for one more live video but make it a cover. Good Charlotte paid tribute to Lil Peep at his memorial service in covering Awful Things. May he rest in peace in a touching cover to the fallen star.
And lastly let’s go for a new track. On Monday Boston Manor dropped their new track, Drowned In Gold. Speaking about it, Henry Cox said: “’Drowned in Gold’ is about people being followers; people who never question anything & surround themselves with trivialities and mundanity.”