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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 3/31

Posted by on March 31, 2017

The month of March flew by and we’ve seen quite a few great releases, including Mastodon’s Emperor of Sand. As the cycle continues, there have also been quite a few video premieres and this week includes a unique mix. Here are this week’s best music videos.

5) Farsot “The Antagonist”

Experimental black metallers Farsot unveiled the new video for “The Antagonist” taken from their upcoming album Fail-Lure out April 21 via Prophecy Productions/Lupus Lounge.

4) Amy Lee, “Speak To Me”

Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee unveiled the new music video for her single “Speak To Me,” taken from the end title theme from the upcoming drama Voice From The Stone.

3) Iron Reagan, “A Dying World”

Iron Reagan dropped a new video for “A Dying World” this week taken from Crossover Ministry that is available now via Relapse Records.

2) Black Stone Cherry, “Cheaper To Drink Alone”

Black Stone Cherry premiered the video for “Cheaper To Drink Alone” taken from their fifth studio album Kentucky, which was released last year via Mascot Label Group. The band commented the following:

“This video is the first time we have stepped outside of our comfort zone, only to end up further into our comfort zone. It’s funny, it’s light hearted, it’s rock ‘n’ roll. It shows a side of the band that exists on a daily basis, and that is our love for ridiculous humor and not taking ourselves too seriously. We hope y’all enjoy it as much as we did creating it!”

1) John Frum, “Memory Palace”

John Frum released another chilling video, this time they’re haunting us for over nine minutes in the new video for “Memory Palace,” taken from their upcoming debut A Stirring in the Noos out May 12 via Relapse.

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