Paradise City, the upcoming spin-off of the film American Satan starring Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack and Asking Alexandria’s Ben Cruce, is set to premiere on Amazon Prime on March 25th 2021.
Much like with the movie, The Relentless, the band the whole series revolves around,provide some tracks of their own once more. One of those tracks is a cover of The Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Disarm’.
Now the reason they use Remington Leith’s voice? As I understand it all because of legal issues in that the label Andy and Black Veil Brides are signed to own the likeness to his singing voice and therefore he can’t sing in the show and thus Rem of Palaye Royale came in for those duties. Crazy right?
I told you I’d try and I succeeded! This next music video post is on time! It’s the last one before Christmas hits us so I’ll try and squeeze in one or two festive tracks! Here we go.
The first video comes from Moose Blood which is the first single from their upcoming record, ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’. It’s full of vibrant blue and red smoke as well as their performance.
Now, heavy heroes Machine Head have dropped a video for their new single ‘Catharsis’, the title track of the upcoming studio release which focuses on Butoh. It’s a Japanese form of expressive dance which was born out of the nuclear bombings.
Remember Luke Holland? The drummer who used to be in The Word Alive? Well, he’s back! This is his new band Heavy Eyes and their debut music video for ‘Bad’.
Now, our attention shifts to Liverpudlian Singer/Songwriter Bronnie with her new single’Danced With The Devil’ for which she’s partnered up with the Philadelphia based mental health organization, Buddy Project. All profits from the single will be collected and given to the charity and the track is also rumored to feature on her upcoming EP, ‘Get A Grip’.
Now, let’s go heavy again. End put a fantastic EP ‘From The Unforgiving Arms Of God’ earlier in 2017 and now there’s a new track and video out from this band. Check out Necessary Death below.
Waterpark’s new record Entertainment is readying up for release next month as one the first great records of the year. Their new track, ‘Lucky People’ is the second track off this release after ‘Blonde’ dropped a few months ago.
Ahead of their upcoming UK tour, the Alaskan metalcore band 36 Crazyfists have dropped a video for their track, ‘Wars To Walk Away From’, which is off their latest record, ‘Lanterns’.
Now the next video comes from a fictional group known as The Relentless, from the film American Satan. It’s officially released next month but be sure to check out ‘Cadence Of My Heart’ below.
Now Issues have had an amazing year but they have one final surprise for their fans! This comes from their latest release, Headspace and it is the fantastic track, Hero.
And lastly, this group hails from Thornaby in the UK. For this, they “George Lucas’ed” it “and just updated our old video with a fee bits of special effects and new clips and a new none demo version of the song”. Also, “Han shot first.”
It’s off their new album, “The Big Try” and is available via Spotify and their Bandcamp page.
It’s getting closer and closer to the release of the upcoming film American Satan. The film stars Andy Biersack of Black Veil Brides and Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria and members of a fictional band called The Relentless, a band which drops out of college and move to the Sunset strip to chase their dreams.
Here’s the newest trailer for the film.
The film is released on October 13th which also features John Bradley of Game Of Thrones and Malcolm McDowell from A Clockwork Orange.
You know the film American Satan, starring Andy Biersack and Ben Bruce? Well their fictional band, The Relentless have dropped a new video.
Here’s Me Against The Devil.
American Satan is released worldwide October 13th.
American Satan follows the fictional band, the relentless who drop out of college and move to the sunset strip to chase their dreams. An enigmatic stranger sees their true potential and emotionally manipulates them during a time of weakness. Caught in the middles of a Faustian deal, their music, and controversial altercations end up influencing society beyond anything this century has seen, but can they take back control of their destiny before it’s too late.