We have no idea when Marilyn Manson’s Say10 will be released. We thought it would hit on Valentine’s day, expected it in our New & Noteworthy, and saw a few beheading clips in the past that made us excited for it. However, aside from a small teaser on Marilyn Manson’s Instagram, we haven’t seen or heard anything yet. Let’s face it, we were hoping a new music video would at least premiere this week. With that said, we had extra room that includes one of the best Lyric videos of 2017. Here are this week’s best music videos.
5) Jørn – “Rainbow In The Dark”
Norwegian vocalist Jørn Lande released a video for the Dio cover tune “Rainbow In the Dark.” Jørn’s version of this song is taken from his Heavy Rock Radio (2016) album via Frontiers.
4) Immolation – “Fostering the Divide”
Just one week until Immolation drops Atonement on February 24 via Nuclear Blast. Today, they unleashed the lyric video for “Fostering the Divide” and it was too good to leave it off from this list!
3) Junius – “Clean the Beast”
Post-metallers Junius premiered the video for “Clean the Beast” taken from Eternal Rituals for the Accretion of Light out March 3 via Prosthetic Records. The video will leave you with mixed emotions as it captures our chaotic reality. You can pre-order the album here.
2) Edenbridge – “The Moment Is Now”
Symphonic metallers Edenbridge new album The Great Momentum released this past Friday. To celebrate their new album, they premiered the video for the track “The Moment Is Now” earlier this week.
1)TrollfesT – “Fräulein Helluva”
Next week Norwegian folk metallers TrollfesT will release their album Helluva on February 24. It was a few Friday’s ago (10) when they unveiled the lyric video for the song “Fräulein Helluva,” animated by guitarist Mr. Seidel himself. This hysterical animation lyric video could be one of the best for 2017. The band described it as:
“Join the trolls as they embark on their quest to locate the mother of all trolls, Helluva. The quest takes them deep inside the center of the earth, and what expects them as they reach their goal is the stuff of nightmares.”