Videos of the Week – Lower Than Atlantis + Corvus + Major Instinct + Jeff Lynne’s ELO + Eagles Of Death Metal


By David Waterfield and Woody

Lower Than Atlantis – ‘Get Over It’

Taken from ‘Lower Than Atlantis’ (The Black Edition)

Corvus – ‘When You Love Someone’

Second video from the Brummies debut album ‘Chasing Miracles’.

Major Instinct – ‘High Five’

Digital single from new melodic rock act who will release their debut album in November. Crank it up

Jeff Lynne’s ELO – ‘When I Was A Boy’

The first track from the forthcoming ELO album – the first all new collection since 2001’s ‘Zoom’ – entitled ‘Alone In The Universe’, due for release on 13th November.

Eagles Of Death Metal – ‘Complexity’

Taken from their forthcoming album ‘Zipper Down’.

Coheed and Cambria – ‘You Got Spirit Kid’

Taken from their album ‘The Colour Before The Sun’ out on October 16th.

Grand Design – ‘Get Up and Love Someone’

Second video from the Swede’s and taken from their latest album ‘Thrill of The Night’.

David Gilmour – ‘Today’

A new video from David Gilmour’s recent album ‘Rattle That Lock’.

Vanden Plas – ‘Stone Roses Edge’

Taken from the bands forthcoming album ‘Chronicles Of The Immortals: Netherworld II’.

Only Rivals – ‘Replace//Exchange’

Taken from their debut album ‘Life Is Perfect’

The Agonist – ‘Follow The Crossed Line’

New video taken from their current album ‘Eye Of Providence’.

Sticky Boys – ‘The Game Is Over’

A bit of straight ahead rock n roll from the French band, with a new video from their album ‘Make Art’.

Children Of Bodom – ‘Morrigan’

A track taken from their forthcoming album ‘I Worship Chaos’ released this week.


RKB – ‘Holding On’ (Live)

Live video from the New Birmingham based female fronted melodic rock act.


Garbage – ‘Stupid Girl’

Amazingly, the storming debut album by Garbage is 20 years old and receives a 20th anniversary deluxe edition release this week, so here’s one of its many excellent moments.


  1. jeff lynne is morphing into the Beatles. I knew it would happen eventually. This sounds like the flipside of ‘Free As A Bird’. Brilliant.

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