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Lamb of God Book First 2013 Show at Spain’s Resurrection Festival

Epic Lamb of God ‘s future remains murky while the remainder of Randy Blythe ‘s manslaughter trial looms, but the band is making sure to think positively, and that includes booking their first show of 2013 in hopes that their frontman will eventually be cleared of charges. The band revealed in a tweet their participation in the 2013 Resurrection Festival in Spain this August. The three-day music weekend runs Aug. 1-3 in Viviero, Spain. On top of the band’s tweet, the festival created a new teaser clip showing off the participants in this year’s event. Featured in the clip were mentions of Killswitch Engage , D.R.I., Comeback Kid, Millencolin and yes … Lamb of God. In addition, the bands from the first festival announcement were featured in a full bill at the end of the clip. Those acts include Slayer , Bad Religion , Black Flag and Trivium . Blythe returned to the Czech Republic earlier this month to answer to charges of his alleged involvement in the death of a fan at a show in 2010. The frontman was accused of pushing the audience member off the stage, with the fall causing a fatal head injury that presented itself well after the show took place. A delay in the trial was called so that additional witnesses could testify. Before returning home, Blythe visited the prison  where he was held last year. He’s expected back in court in Prague on March 4. Watch the Resurrection Festival Teaser Video [button href=”http://loudwire.com/randy-blythe-addresses-news-reports-about-trial-many-things-are-incorrect/” title=”Next: Randy Blythe Addresses Incorrect News Reports About His Trial” align=”center”]

Soundgarden Unveil ‘By Crooked Steps’ Video Directed by Dave Grohl

VEVO Nothing says badass like a “gang,” but director Dave Grohl takes a little bit of a sting out of those troublemaking lads from Soundgarden by having them cruise the streets on Segways in the band’s latest video for ‘ By Crooked Steps .’ Grohl, whose own band the Foo Fighters have had their fair share of offbeat and funny clips, puts his stamp on the clip with his own sense of humor. The musician-director has the Soundgarden bad boys park their Segways, stroll into a club and immediately confront the laptop DJ whose spinning tunes for those in attendance. The frightened DJ scurries away before Soundgarden take the stage and truly rock the audience with their plugged in instruments. But the DJ won’t be defeated as of yet, calling the cops on the Segway-riding toughs. The band eventually eludes the cops and escapes the venue, but they’re not totally off the hook as a slow-speed police chase follows before they finally give up. It pays, however, to watch to the very end of the clip for a special guest cameo from a certain EDM superstar posing as the arresting officer. Soundgarden are currently in the midst of their first North American tour of 2013, promoting the ‘King Animal’ album. They’ve also signed on to play the Rock on the Range festival in May. Watch Soundgarden’s ‘By Crooked Steps’ Video [button href=”http://loudwire.com/watch-chris-cornell-perform-president-obama-commander-in-chief-ball/” title=”Next: Watch Chris Cornell Perform at President Obama Gala” align=”center”]

Flyleaf Unveil Animated Video for ‘Call You Out’

Facebook: Flyleaf Flyleaf have unleashed a funky new black and white animated video for their new single ‘Call You Out’ off of their latest album ‘New Horizons.’ The very creative clip follows an angry bear who takes pleasure in terrorizing the smaller animals of the forest, but you’ll have to watch the clip to see what becomes of the bullying bear. The video was directed by Brad Scott who has this to say about creating the clip: ”Our team has been a fan of Flyleaf since the very beginning, so working on a music video for the album ‘New Horizons’ was a great honor. Flyleaf’s new song ‘Call You Out’ is about the power of truth rising against evil.” Scott goes on to say, “We aligned our characters with a cast of animals who were pitted against the ultimate antagonist in a forest. Through this, the video became the ultimate musical fable; light versus dark, and the triumph of good versus evil. Using live-action and animation we decided to limit our style to a monochromatic tone, with a dark and stormy vibe. I feel that Flyleaf fans all around will love this video, and we’re really excited for the premiere.” ‘New Horizons’ is Flyleaf’s last album with vocalist Lacey Sturm, who announced her departure from the band earlier this year. Check Out Flyleaf’s Video For ‘Call You Out’ [button href=”http://loudwire.com/flyleaf-bassist-pat-seals-talks-upcoming-album-new-horizons-more/” title=”Check Out Our Interview with Flyleaf Bassist Pat Seals” align=”center”]

My Darkest Days, ‘Save Yourself’ – Lyric Video Premiere

My Darkest Days are digging deeper into their ‘Sick and Twisted Affair’ album, serving up the tormented track ‘Save Yourself’ as the next single, and to mark the occasion the band is premiering the new lyric video for the song with Loudwire. The clip itself starts with a red-lit room featuring a quick flashing photo of the band before taking you down some dark hallway corridors. Throughout the clip, the

Jane’s Addiction Guitarist Dave Navarro Undergoes Flesh Hook Suspension

When they announced their current ‘Theatre of the Escapists’ tour, Jane’s Addiction searched out people who could do “outlandish” things on stage — a request that guitarist Dave Navarro seems to have taken to heart, judging from a new video that shows him being pierced, rigged, and suspended by hooks. Navarro’s latest adventure may not be for the faint of heart (you can judge for yourself by watching the clip

Machine Head, ‘Darkness Within’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

Machine Head have unleashed a video for their latest single ‘Darkness Within’ off of their seventh studio album ‘Unto the Locust,’ and we here at Loudwire are thrilled to bring you the exclusive premiere of the clip. ‘Darkness Within’ knows how to invoke different levels of emotion as it takes your ears on a rollercoaster ride by playing with pace and the video does exactly the same with its visually

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