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Videos of the Week – Lacuna Coil + Richie Kotzen + Eclipse + Sparks + Snakecharmer + Semblant + Black Stone Cherry

Compiled by David Waterfield

NEW RELEASES

Lacuna Coil – Blood Tears Dust

Lacuna Coil are about to head out on tour across Europe, but before they do the Italian metal band have released a video to ‘Blood Tears Dust’ taken from their latest album ‘Delirium’.

Richie Kotzen – End Of Earth

The multi talented Richie Kotzen releases his new album ‘Salting Earth’ on 14th April via his own label Headroom Inc. Here’s a little taster of what’s heading this way…

Eclipse – Hurt

Swedish rockers Eclipse have unveiled a new video to ‘Hurt’, lifted from their new album ‘Monumentum’ which was released last Friday (24th March)

Sparks – Hippopotamus 

The bonkers genius of Ron & Russell Mael makes a welcome return with a new Sparks album ‘Hippopotamus’ set to be released on 8th September. Look out for dates at Nottingham’s Rock City and Birmingham Institute in September too.

Snakecharmer – That Kind Of Love

Snakecharmer serve up quality old school classic rock on their hotly anticipated sophomore album ‘Second Skin’ which is released through Frontiers on May 12th.

Semblant – Incinerate 

‘Incinerate’ first appeared on the Brazilian metal band’s 2014 album ‘Lunar Manifesto’, however it’s been dusted down and given a brand new video this month.

Black Stone Cherry – Cheaper To Drink Alone 

A new video taken from Black Stone Cherry’s 2016 album ‘Kentucky’. Look out for the cameo appearances!

REMEMBERING…

Boston – Don’t Look Back

Sad to hear that former Boston drummer John ‘Sib’ Hashian passed away on 22nd March. He played on Boston’s debut album and their second album ‘Don’t Look Back’.

Chuck Berry – Johnny B Goode

One of the founding fathers of Rock N Roll who passed away on 18th March. So many of his songs became rock n roll standards and were covered by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Electric Light Orchestra, Status Quo, Judas Priest, Dave Edmunds, Bryan Adams and Motorhead to name but a few.

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