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Stryper Debuts “Take It To The Cross” Lyric Video

Stryper - God Damn Evil

God Damn Evil


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Release date April 20, 2018.

Stryper has released a brand new lyric video for the track “Take It To The Cross” from their forthcoming album, “God Damn Evil”.

You have to give it to the fellas in yellow and black, they are always open to trying new angles with their music, and this is probably one of their heaviest songs to date. The track comes complete with death vocals courtesy of Matt Blanchard of Act Of Defiance and Shadows Fall – never saw that coming!

The album will be released on April 20, 2018 via Frontiers Music SRL.

Video by: Wayne Joyner

Royal Hunt Returns With New Lyric Video

Royal Hunt - Cast In Stone

Royal Hunt will release their 14th studio album on February 21, 2018 (February 7, 2018 for Japan). You can get a taste of the new music with the release of the first lyric video for the song, “A Million Ways To Die”, posted below.

The band posted the following message on their website:

We’re excited to present you “A Million Ways to Die” from our new album “Cast in Stone”! Enjoy the lyric video by Bernard Kellerer from rocktopia.co.uk and don’t forget to download the song for FREE at this location: https://show.co/dASMGTp
P.S. We would like to thank all those in the west who support this release by ordering a deluxe edition and all those in the east for buying the whole stock of amazon japan OUT ALREADY!!! Hope they’ll refill soon 🙂

Myrath – Believer (Official Video)

Myrath - Legacy

“Wow.”

That was literally the first thought that came to mind watching, and more importantly hearing, Myrath‘s brand new video for “Believer,” taken from their forthcoming album Legacy.

Myrath have taken themselves up ten notches and some. They seem to have attended the university of Kamelot and emerged as a band that is on a whole new level, both visually and musically. Read More

Alamanac – Self Blinded Eyes (Official Video)

Almanac - Tsar

Maybe you’re like I was a couple days ago – “Almanac, who, what?”

Well my friends, I have a treat for you today. The debut of Almanac’s first official video, “Self Blinded Eyes”, which is taken from their debut album Tsar.

Almanac are comprised of a stellar group of well known musicians, with the genesis of the band being traced back to Rage’s Lingua Mortis Orchestra project. Read More

Eclipse Release Video for “I Don’t Wanna Say I’m Sorry”

Here’s the brand new video from Eclipse for the song I Don’t Want To Say I’m Sorry, off their new album Armageddonize.

Eclipse are fast becoming the most talked about band in the Melodic Rock circle, and rightfully so. Their songs stick in your head for days on end and their new album Armageddonize has been hogging way too much time in my personal music rotation for the past month. You know you have something special when every song could be a single. It’s that good.

Nightwish – Elan Official Video Premiere

The wait is over my friends. The video debut of Elan, the first single off of the upcoming Nightwish album Endless Forms Most Beautiful, has just been released. It’s the highly anticipated debut of, the one and only, Floor Jansen (After Forever, ReVamp). Floor stepped in on the last tour cycle for Nightwish, taking over the vocal reigns from Anette Olzon. Floor’s performance was met with both fan and critical acclaim, and needless to say…the rest is history.

Nightwish Promo Pic 2015

Endless Forms Most Beautiful will be released on March 27 (EU), March 30th (UK) and March 31st for the rest of the world.

Evergrey – King of Errors Video Debut

Today marks the end of the long awaited debut of Evergrey‘s new video, “King of Errors”. The video was directed by long time Evergrey collaborator Patric Ullaeus of Revolver.se. The video was filmed over a ten day time frame which makes it the most extensive video Evergrey has released to date.

Evergrey will release their highly anticipated new album, “Hymns For the Broken“, on September 26, 2014 (Europe) and September 30, 2014 (USA). Read More