18) Stabbing Westward are “Cold” in new video
Stabbing Westward are back, and this time they’ve unleashed a new video for the song “Cold.” The track is one of their first songs we’ve heard from the group since 2001 as they surprised us with the EP The Dead & Gone.
19) 1349 unleash “Through Eyes of Stone” music video
1349 have unleashed a music video for the song “Through Eyes of Stone.” The track is taken from the group’s latest effort, The Infernal Pathway.
20) Fit For An Autopsy drop new video for “Warfare”
Fit For An Autopsy have dropped a new music video for the song “Warfare.” The track is taken from their new album, The Sea of Tragic Beasts.
21) Disturbed want all to “Hold on to Memories” in new video
Disturbed have released another video for the song “Hold on to Memories.” This time it’s not a live video and it’s directed by Matt Mahurin, who has also directed Disturbed’s video for “The Sound of Silence.”
22) Me And That Man premiere “Męstwo” video
Me And That Man, the blackened blues project featuring Behemoth’s Adam “Nergal” Darski” have premiered a video for the song “Męstwo.” The track is taken from the group’s new album New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1, which will be released on March 27th via Napalm Records. The song also marks the first track Nergal has ever performed completely in Polish.
23) Jasta premieres “Parasitic” music video
Jasta has unveiled the video for “Parasitic.” The track is taken from his second solo album, The Lost Chapters. Footage in the clip is taken from the Jasta & Friends 2018 tour and features Howard Jones (ex-Killswitch Engage, Light the Torch), Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares, and Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein.
24) Delain unveil “Ghost House Heart” video
Delain have unveiled the new video for the song “Ghost House Heart.” The track is taken from the group’s upcoming album, Apocalypse & Chill, which is scheduled to arrive on February 7th via Napalm Records. The video was filmed at Woolton Hall in Liverpool, which was built in 1704.
Singer Charlotte Wessels comments:
“Going back to such an intimate song after the bombast of “Masters of Destiny” and “Burning Bridges” feels a bit like switching gears, but I enjoy every minute of it. Singing this song is almost meditative, and I love the way voice, piano and violin weave together in the track. I hope our fans will love this change of pace as well, and I can’t wait to perform this song live on stage during our upcoming UK tour, and our Valentine’s Day release show in Utrecht.”
Keyboardist Martijn Westerholt adds:
“This song was created while spontaneously playing and singing together with Charlotte. It seemed to create itself. It’s also a nice change of pace in relation to the other songs we have written for the new album. As a pianist, of course it is fun to play a piano song for a change. We worked with violinist Shir-Ran Yinon and I think the way the violin intertwines with the vocal lines is mesmerizing. The video was a lot of fun to make and it was a beautiful set with a lot of history.”