Music Video’s 06/04/18

And we’re back, this time on time! That’s right, it’s time for another round of music videos every Friday. This is what happens on this list. I search for some of the latest and greatest videos for your viewing pleasure from all over the place. Kicking us off on this week’s list is Eva Plays Dead. We’ve missed this band on the scene in the UK but have no fear as the female-fronted foursome are well and truly back with their video for ‘Get Back. The band are currently crowdfunding an EP release so have your ears peeled for new music in the near future.


Next, we go the band Atilla.They’ve just left their label, SharpTone to go independent and now have recently released their second single since doing so. Check out the video for ‘Blackout’ below.



Now, going with the release of their new EP, ‘Lifestyle’, their first release since their 2013 record, ‘Nation’ and now London hardcore group TRC have dropped a video for their newest single, ‘London’s Greatest Love Story, Part II’. (Bit of a mouthful that one isn’t it? but be sure to check it out below.


Going to the Easter theme, it’s a time when people buy a ton of chocolate or wait…. that’s just passed. Anyways, this video is from Manchester heavy hitters Heritage with their new track ‘Born Again(st).


Now, Queens Of The Stone Age are getting ready for their biggest UK show to date later this summer in Finsbury Park, but it hasn’t stopped them from releasing their latest video for ‘Head Like A Haunted House’.


Now, I love our British bands. This next video is from rising metalcore group Shields as the band will be releasing their debut full-length record, ‘Life In Exile’ next month and ahead of the release they’ve dedicated the next video as well as the track to George Christie, the band’s guitarist who tragically took his own life earlier this year.


Now we go to Ohio for our next band in the form of Hawthorne Heights. They’re gearing up to release their new record, ‘Bad Frequencies’, their first record in half a decade and now they’ve debuted their single, ‘Just Another Ghost’ which you can watch below.


Underoath’s new record ‘Erase Me’ just dropped today but the track in question is called Rapture. It dropped last week in music video form and it’s just amazing to watch!


Now, this legend in the field is currently touring his tenth record, ‘Say10’ with a co-headlining run with Rob Zombie coming this summer in America but it still hasn’t stopped Marilyn Manson releasing a new video for ‘Tattooed In Reverse’ from his latest record.


Now I’ve saved the best for last. The other week, Panic! At The Disco dropped not one but two tracks. I’m only giving you the one, ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night) because it’s bloody, it pacing is fantastic and is a great spectacle to enjoy! This also acts as the first single for their upcoming record, ‘Pray For The Wicked’ available to buy from June 22nd later this year. Check out the video below.


And that’s it for another round of music video’s this week! We’ve had absolutely fantastic picks this week and I can’t wait to feat my eyes and ears on what’s to come next week.



Music Video’s 27/03/18

Hey everyone, apologies that this post is coming late at the moment. Things are crazy on my course and everything in between at the moment so I haven’t had the time to do this post but it’s here now. Let’s get the music posts going but first, if you’re new, the list is ten of the best recently released music video’s from around the world and it ranges from the Pop-Punk, Rock, Metal, Heavy genres so first up is I Don’t Know How But They Found Me. It’s the creation of Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman’s delight of a project and here is their latest video.


Now, this next video is from Best Ex. Formally known as Candy Hearts, the band changed their name but still going in that rocking direction for the music. Here is their latest video for Jellyfish.


Back in January, Modern Error were the ones to keep an eye on and with Blackout Poetry their first offering for music in 2018, it’s evident that this is true.


Next, this band are due to set off on a huge 22 date headline tour of the UK which is rumoured to end the cycle of their sixth record, ‘Safe In Sound’ and ahead of this trek, dropped a video for ‘I Would’. IT showcases achieved footage of the band’s time on the road since dropping their latest album.


The next band in question The Bunny The Bear released their latest record less than a year ago but now they’re working on the follow up at the moment. For now, though, we do have their lead single, ‘Let Go’. It’s also the first to feature their new vocalist, known only for now as The Bear replacing Joseph Garcia who stepped down from vocal duties last year.


Up And Comers from Birmingham, UK are Layover. They’ve just recently dropped a video for the track ‘Slumber’ of their soon to be released EP, ‘Your Laughter Never Leaves’.


Currently touring off his tenth studio record, Say10 and with an upcoming co-headline run of shows with Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson has now released a video for the track, ‘Tattooed In Reverse’.


Next, is Queens Of The Stone Age. They’re preparing for their biggest UK to date this summer at Finsbury Park but until then, they have released the video for ‘Head Like A Haunted House’. It’s taken from their seventh record, ‘Villains’ which was released last year.


Going to the metalcore genre for the penultimate video is the band Shields. They’re gearing up to drop their full-length record ‘Life In Exile’, next month and ahead of its release they’ve released a video for it’s second single, ‘Black Dog’.

They’ve dedicated the track and video to George Christie, the band’s guitarist who tragically took his own life earlier this year.


Now here we are at the last video. They only released their brand new EP ‘All The Things I Never Said’ a few weeks ago and now Pale Waves have dropped a brand new video for their stunning track, ‘Heavenly’.


And that’s it for another round of music videos. I am doing my best to keep up with these posts but life sometimes just gets in the way and you have to prioritise things in your life. I am going to continue this but the next music video post will be coming back to the usual Friday upload from next week!


QOTSA’s Josh Homme Kicks Phototgrapher Mid Set

Being lost in the music can be quite a grand thing. You can be in a state of joy and happiness. But sometimes you can act rashly because of it.

During Queens Of The Stone Age’s set in LA on the 28th Annual Holiday for KROQ, Josh Homme kicked a photohgraphers camera, unprovoked which led to her being hit in the face and spending the night in the ER.

According to Consequence of Sound, the photographer says she plans to file a police report of the incident.

Here is a video of what occurred.


Josh Homme has since released a statement via the bands Twitter account.

Music Video’s 1/12/17

It’s Friday, so you know what it’s time for! Another round of music videos!

First up is DALES, the new project from Brian Dales of The Summer Set. He’s had a few tracks released this year but now, here’s his latest video for the track, Girls On Their Phones.


Next up is Eat Your Heart Out, featuring Movement’s Vocalist Patrick Miranda. It’s taken from the band’s upcoming EP ‘Mind Games’ and set to drop December 1st via Fearless Records.


Now, this next video is a bit glitchy but it really works. It’s a beautifully shot video and a great track from Movements. Here’s Daylily.


COming up is one of the best Pop-Punk tracks I’ve heard in a while. The video documents and shows some of the band’s life on the road, supporting the release of their full-length record, ‘The Good Life’. Check out their track Childish below.


Now we come to Lightcliffe, whose new video is a precursor to the band’s EP, For A While which dropped on November 24th via Failure By Design Records.


Now, this huge band recently stormed across the UK in support of their recent record, ‘Villains’. Now, Queens Of The Stone Age have dropped a new video ‘The Way You Used To Do’, which debuted on Apple Music a few months ago.


We’re going to go to an up and coming band next, in the form of Yonaka. They’re dreaming big and if anything shows, this video, Bubblegum has them shooting for the stars!


Now, this is the latest from legends Green Day. It comes off their compilation record, 2000 Light Years Away but this is a track which was written for the record. Here’s 2000 Light Years Away.


Now, Paramore are doing quite well for themselves. They’re still riding a high off their latest record, ‘After .Laughter’ which dropped earlier in the year and are set for a run of dates in the UK in January but if you’re not content with that, then check out this video for Fake Happy.


Finally are UK Pop-Punks kings Neck Deep. This is their latest video off their record, The Peace And The Panic which proves to be another one of their finest tracks to date. Here’s Parachute.

And that’s it for another round of music videos. Don’t forget to check back next Friday for another list of ten!

Queens Of The Stone Age To Release New Album The Year

Legendary band Queens of the Stone Age will release their seventh studio album this year.

Mastodon’s Troy Sanders, who is a member of  Gone Is Gone with Troy Van Leeuwen, let it slip in a recent interview with Rolling Stone.

He said: “Otherwise, we wouldn’t dedicate the first week of 2017 to working on this band. For example, Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon and At the Drive-In have all been recording, and we all have new records coming out this year.

He added: “It was a big record for us ’cause it was the hardest record to make. And we’re trying to not do that again. We just want to keep things simpler and try that, I guess.”