This week we have already seen Pallbearer’s “I Saw the End,” we transported to Avatar’s “New Land,” and our hearts were crossed, hoping to die in the new Me and That Man video. You’d think we have seen the best of the best already, however, there were a few hidden gems. Here are some of this week’s best music videos!
5) Without Waves – “Us Against”
Expand your mind in this new experimental tune “Us Against” from the Chicago post-prog group Without Waves taken from their forthcoming album Lunar out March 17 via Prosthetic Records.
4) Hollow World – “Wildfire”
Hailing from Melbourne is the melodic death metal act Hollow World and this week they unleashed the video for “Wildfire.” The song is taken from their forthcoming release Exanimate out March 17th and the video takes you to an episode of The Walking Dead.
3) Cut Up – “Vermin Funeral”
Swedish death metallers Cut Up premiered a bloody murderous treat with the video for “Vermin Funeral” taken from their new album Wherever They May Rot out March 24 via Metal Blade Records.
Guitarist Anders Bertilsson commented:
“Inspiration for your arbitrary funerary rites arrives in the form of our new video. Shot in a cold, filthy, suitably depressing environment the video perfectly illustrates the scorching mid-tempo concentration of pure aggression that is ‘Vermin Funeral’. Thanks to the camera work and acting by the Arvika crew, we can now present you with this murderous cinematic experience. Watch as one by one is hunted down and hammered into the tomb.”
2) Warbringer – “Remain Violent”
We are another week closer until Warbringer releases their new album Woe To the Vanquished out March 31 via Napalm Records. Today, they premiered a video for the new song “Remain Violent.” The band reminded us to do the following on their Facebook:
“And remember to play it crushingly loud to disrupt the whole neighborhood. Remain Violent!”
1) Stephen Pearcy – “Ten Miles Wide”
Ratt vocalist Stephen Pearcy released the new music video for “Ten Miles Wide” taken from his solo album Smash which released earlier this year. The video opens up with a quote from Oscar Wilde:
“Give a man a mask, and he will tell you the truth” – Oscar Wilde
With that one quote, we can take a Wilde guess that the video takes us on a masquerade journey.