Posts Tagged ‘music-video’

Lamb of God Release New Video – “512”

    Get ready to be creeped out by Lamb of God‘s new music video. A few days ago, Lamb of God debuted the track “512,” and now the single has got its own murderous clip. “512? references the cell number Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe found himself in after his 2012 Czech Republic arrest. If you […]

Upon This Dawning, ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

Fearless Records Italian metal band Upon This Dawning dropped their latest album ‘To Keep Us Safe’ in October, and now they’re unleashing a lyric/music video for new single ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ exclusively on Loudwire. “‘The Sound of Your Breath’ is one of the last songs we wrote and it’s absolutely our favorite song to play live,” says frontman Matteo Botticini. ”We always have so much fun when we play that song.” The lyric/music video portrays the band’s intense performance onstage while showing black and white clips of the band loading up their gear and roaming around Los Angeles. As for the video itself, Botticini adds, “We shot the video in Hollywood during the Infamous tour with Motionless In White and it was definitely one of the funnest moment we had on that tour. I really hope our fans are gonna like this video.” ‘To Keep Us Safe’ debuted at No. 9 on Billboard’s Heatseeker’s Album Charts. The release is available on CD at the Fearless Records merch store  or digitally at iTunes . Upon This Dawning have a handful of shows in February with bands I See Stars and For All Those Sleeping. For a full list of dates and cities, go here . Watch Upon This Dawning’s ‘The Sound of Your Breath’ Video [Exclusive]

Thousand Foot Krutch, ‘War of Change’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

‘War of Change’ Video Still Thousand Foot Krutch are set to embark on a tour with Brian “Head” Welch ’s band Love and Death, as well as the Letter Black and the Wedding. Before the trek kicks off, TFK are unleashing their new music video for ‘War of Change,’ off the band’s independently released, No. 1-selling Billboard Hard Rock album ‘The End is Where We Begin,’ and you can watch it exclusively here on Loudwire. Frontman Trevor McNevan says ‘War of Change’ is about the beauty and hardship of change. “This song embodies the heart and soul of this record [‘The End Is Where We Begin’],” he explains. “I think it captures that urgency – that there are wars going on all around us and inside us. There’s something beautiful about ‘the sound of change,’ and I think this song covers those ideals and the essence of battle. Change can be beautiful and painstaking, but rarely is it comfortable.” Thousand Foot Krutch’s upcoming ‘War of Change Tour’ kicks off Feb. 21 in Columbia, Md., and runs through March 17 in Huntington, W.V. For a full list of tour dates, go here . And to pick up TFK’s album ‘The End is Where We Begin,’ head to  iTunes  or Amazon . ‘War of Change’ also appears on TFK’s recent remix EP, ‘Metamorphosiz: The End Remixes, Vol. 1,’ which is available at iTunes , as well. Watch Thousand Foot Krutch’s Music Video for ‘War of Change’ [Exclusive] [button href=”” title=”Click for Thousand Foot Krutch Tour Dates” align=”center”]

Bullet for My Valentine Go Behind the Scenes of New Album ‘Temper Temper’ – Exclusive Video

RCA Records Bullet for My Valentine are gearing up to release their fourth album, ‘Temper Temper,’ in February 2013, and Loudwire is proud to present a behind-the-scenes look at the Welsh rockers in the studio. The band recently released the title track as the first single and video off the album, and the tune can be heard throughout this behind-the-scenes clip, which features frontman Matt Tuck and producer Don Gilmore discussing the disc. In this exclusive video clip (watch below), Tuck says that BFMV’s recording process on this album was inspired in part by his work in his recent side project AxeWound. “We approached the record a lot differently this time around,” explains the frontman. “It was kind of more inspired by the way I did the AxeWound record. And that was basically: Get in the studio and write and record as you went along.” Tuck goes on to reveal that BFMV went to Thailand with no demos, and wrote and recorded the album on the spot. Bullet for My Valentine’s ‘Temper Temper’ drops Feb. 12, 2013. Fans who pre-order the album here  will receive an instant download of the title track. Watch Bullet for My Valentine Discuss ‘Temper Temper’ [Exclusive Video] [button href=”” title=”Next: Watch BFMV’s ‘Temper Temper’ Music Video” align=”center”]

Daily Reload: Randy Blythe, Metallica + More

On today’s Daily Reload, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe remains in Czech prison after prosecutor challenges Blythe’s bail for the second time; Sex Pistols are set to release an incredibly special box set for the 35th anniversary of ‘Never Mind the Bollocks’; and Papa Roach showcase making of the album art for ‘The Connection.’ Also, we premiere the music video for Soulicit’s ‘Complicated’; we bring you 50 amazing rock

Daily Reload: Zakk Wylde, Rob Zombie + More

Welcome to your Daily Reload. Today, Zakk Wylde talks to us about his new baby, fantasy football, Black Label Society + more; Rob Zombie speak to us about his upcoming tour with Marilyn Manson and his upcoming album; and Fear Factory announce a 2012 summer tour. Also, Evans Blue release their music video for ‘Halo’ exclusively on Loudwire; We kick off the U.S. trials for our upcoming Extreme Metal Olympics;