Entries for the ‘Video’ Category

WHY? share “Proactive Evolution” (featuring mewithoutYou’s Aaron Weiss), tour (2017)

WHY?’s sixth album, Moh Lhean, is due out March 3 via Joyful Noise Recordings. A follow-up to 2012′s Mumps, Etc., it’s the first fully home-recorded WHY? album since the project’s 2003 debut, made mostly in Yoni Wolf’s studio and co-produced by his brother Josiah. The band gave fans a first taste of the album with opener “This Ole King,” and , [...]

Iron Reagan share video for “Bleed the Fifth,” tour (2017)

Richmond crossover punks Iron Reagan have shared the official music video for “Bleed the Fifth” off their impending Crossover Ministry full-length. Follow the strung-out antics of two rogue cops, played by the stars of Comedy Central’s new show Delco Proper (http://www.cc.com/shows/delco-proper), who stumble into the wrong crowd at the wrong time. Watch the video now at this location. [...]

Skating Polly share “Morning Dew”

Skating Polly have released a new music video for “Morning Dew” via CLRVYNT, the latest from their most recent album, The Big Fit. The band said “we decided to cover Morning Dew after we heard Lee Hazlewood’s version. It was originally written as an Anti-Nuclear War song, but each artist who’s covered it has made it personal to [...]

Muncie Girls release video for “Social Side,” tour (2016)

Animal Style Records released the debut LP, From Caplan to Belsize, from Exeter, UK’s Muncie Girls earlier this year. The record was a split release with Specialist Subject Records and Uncle M Music. You can Order it now! Indie-punk trio Muncie Girls have revealed a new music video for ‘Social Side’, which is the latest [...]

Refused to release Servants of Death EP

Swedish avant-punk heroes Refused will release their new EP Servants of Death on November 25. Arriving on Record Store Day – Back to Black Friday, Servants of Death includes several live tracks captured during Refused’s recent tours. Along with two ferocious studio tracks “Servants of Death” and “Stolen Voices,” an unreleased song from the Freedom [...]

Blood Orange releases video for “I Know”

Blood Orange - aka Dev Hynes – released one of 2016′s most talked-about albums in the form of Freetown Sound, a vital, brilliant record that continues to shine months after its unveiling. Blood Orange also released the video for Freetown Sound standout “I Know”. Directed by Hynes with collaborator Tracy Antonopoulos, and featuring ballet dancer Maria Kochetkova (principal dancer at [...]

EYE share video for “Dweller Of The Twilight Void”

With their Vision And The Ageless Light LP approaching release through Laser’s Edge later this month, Ohio-based psychedelic/prog quartet EYE has just debuted a video for “Dweller Of The Twilight Void” through Metal Insider. EYE continues to connect with established fans and newcomers alike with their fourth full-length, Vision And The Ageless Light, an album [...]

Neaux (VersaEmerge, Trash Talk) share video for “Deep Dive”

Brooklyn-based Neaux (which features Sierra Kay of VersaEmerge and Nick Fit of Trash Talk) have debuted a music video for “Deep Dive” on Noisey.  The song appears on their new album, Fell Off The Deep End, which was released last week on Iron Pier.  Kay’s expressive vocal approach meets songs that give a nod to [...]

The Pretenders share video for “Holy Commotion,” tour with Stevie Nicks (2016)

The Pretenders have revealed a brand new video for “Holy Commotion,” the first track to be taken from their new album, Alone, out October 21 through BMG. The part-animated video was shot in Nashville at producer Dan Auerbach’s studio, and includes footage of Chrissie Hynde and Auerbach, edited by Director / Animator Luca Monterosso Whittmann. Alone is [...]

Move Home premiere video for “Palaver” from forthcoming Spare Nothing EP

Melodic emo rock quintet Move Home have premiered their video for “Palaver,” a track from their forthcoming Spare Nothing EP via New Noise Magazine. Watch the video via New Noise here: http://newnoisemagazine.com/video-premiere-move-home-palaver/. “The idea of ‘Palaver’ was born out of a desire for meaningful and fulfilling interactions with others. No one should be afraid to [...]