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Videos of the Week – Airbourne + Inglorious + Seether + Motionless In White + Black Mirrors + Adrenaline Rush + Evocation + Tokyo Motor Fist

Compiled by David Waterfield

NEW RELEASES

Airbourne – It’s All For Rock N Roll 

The hard rocking Australian band pay tribute to Lemmy in this video from their acclaimed ‘Breakin’ Outta Hell’ album. Airbourne play the Download Festival on 11th June.

Inglorious – I Don’t Need Your Loving

No frills old school classic rock from Inglorious. The track is taken from their forthcoming album, entitled ‘Inglorious II’, which is scheduled for release on 12th May.

Seether – Let You Down 

‘Let You Down’ is the first single from the forthcoming Seether album ‘Poison The Parish’ (excellent title!) which is set for release on 12th May. The 12 track album is the first on singer Shaun Morgan’s Canine Riot Records.

Motionless In White – Loud (Fuck It)

Motionless In White follow up their 2014 album ‘Reincarnate’ with ‘Graveyard Shift’, which is released via Roadrunner Records on 5th May. Here’s a a taster of the album. The band play the Download Festival in Derby in June.

Black Mirrors – Funky Queen

Belgium’s Black Mirrors have unveiled this video from their second EP, which was released last Friday (3rd March). This punchy, melodic, off-kilter hard rock song is the title track. Promising stuff!

Adrenaline Rush – Love Like Poison

Adrenaline Rush release their sophomore album ‘Soul Survivor’ on 21st April. Unlike their debut album which featured production and instrumentation from Erik Martensson who also wrote the majority of the songs, ‘Soul Survivor’ sees vocalist Tave Wanning collaborating with Fredrik Folkare (Firespawn, Unleashed).

Evocation – Condemned To The Grave

Staying in Scandinavia, Swedish death metal band Evocation release their forthcoming album ‘The Shadow Archetype’ this Friday (10th March).

Tokyo Motor Fist – Pickin Up The Pieces 

Featuring Danger Danger vocalist Ted Poley & guitarist/producer Steve Brown of Trixter, this is blast of uplifting melodic rock is taken from the Tokyo Motor Fist’s recent self-titled album.

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Motorhead – No Class

Pure rock n roll. No messin’…

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