GRIMM Gent aims to please. And we intend to do this by providing you an overview of the new music video releases of the past week. Who knows, maybe you missed something really cool… This reboot will be published every time just at the beginning of the new week, it could possibly give you some tunes to enjoy as a “pick me up” during or after work!
Welcome to Grimm’s Videoland 2.0!
Season of Mist
Tired of music that is too easily definable? Check Without Waves out… they bring a proggy metal/rock blend of all kinds of music styles that’ll blow your mind! They’re releasing Lunar through on March 17th, through Prosthetic Records you get to enjoy their 9 minute track Us Against now already!
Sounding like the bastard child of the NWoBHM movement and the darkest, most cvlt-ish underground thrashy black metal band, Rebel Wizard is the real deal. Check out Eat the Warlock now!
Last year we were happy to welcome the EP Mammoth Bloody Mammoth (read the review here) from the Australian stoners Mammoth Mammoth.This year we can expect a brand new full release called Mount the Mountain, to be released through Napalm Records and this is a lyric video for the song Spellbound!
„Raging lethal thrash metal armageddon!“or in other words: Warbringer! The new album Woe to the Vanquished is out on March 31st. Get ready to fight with them on the tunes of Remain Violent!
Not violent or hateful enough for you? Get your fix from Polish extreme metal band Hate and their song Asuric Being, from the upcoming album Tremendum out on May 5th!
On March 24th via Inside Out Music world renounced Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett is releasing his (25th!!!) solo album The Night Siren. Get mesmerized by the song Behind the Smoke and its video that goes along with it…
Last week we already got a lyric video from super group Art of Anarchy (with (former) members from Disturbed, Creed & Guns ‘n’ Roses) from the upcoming album The Madness, out on March 24th through Century Media Records. This week we’re getting yet another lyric video, this time for the kick-ass song Echo of a Scream.
To end this week’s Videoland, we want to pick up a video we somehow forgot to take up into last week’s installment. Airbourne released a video for It’s All For Rock ‘n’ Roll, which both are a massive tribute to their late friend Lemmy. So we thought this would be a great way to end this post… enjoy! Lemmy forever!
That’s all folks! See you next week!