VENUES RELEASE NSFW VIDEO
German modern metal outfit VENUES have released the video for their new single "Rite of Passage." NEW ALBUM SOLACE OUT AUGUST 27.
The thumping and monumental track is very personal — exploring the relationship with one's father while sonically erupting into a chorus made for arenas. Watch the NSFW clip below.
VENUES have also announced their new album Solace, out August 27 via Arising Empire. The album will be released on limited colored vinyl, as well. Pre-order Solace here.
"German metal with a mission and a message" — Kerrang UK
Architects New Release Out Now
For Those That Wish To Exist, the ninth studio record from England-based post-metalcore quintet Architects, is out now via Epitaph Records.
The self-produced record finds Architects tackling the biggest questions facing the future of our planet with their grandest, most expansive sonic offering yet building upon the band’s hallmark post-metalcore sound by layering a burgeoning influence of electronics and orchestral strings, horns and choirs. The result is a rich tapestry that transcends the limitations of genre and rewards exploration and immersion in its journey.
Watch the video for the 5th track on the release, Dead Butterflies, below:
EYES Live Video
EYES: Copenhagen-Based Hardcore Outfit Premieres Live Session From The Royal Danish Academy Of Music Via Decibel Magazine
Twisted Copenhagen, Denmark-based hardcore mongers EYES present a live session video, filmed from a performance at the Royal Danish Academy Of Music. Decibel Magazine is now hosting an exclusive premiere of the set. Watch the video below:
EYES released their debut album, Underperformer, this past September, scorching eyes and ears with their unique fusion of punk and metallic hardcore. Having only been able to play a few pandemic-regulated shows in Denmark post-release, the band has instead set out to record as much live action as possible, first through the Angry Music Sessions series, and now the band is ready with a three-song session, recorded by Frederik Brandt Jakobsen and filmed by Vincent B. G. Kosmol at the The Royal Danish Academy Of Music in Copenhagen.