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!
Thy Art Is Murder, Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export announce the return of vocalist C.J. McMahon. To cement his return, the band release the brand new song and official video for No Absolution. The single is available for download at the Nuclear Blast site!
German thrash metal giants Kreator released Gods Of Violence this week! Giving you a taste of the album they put the music video for the song Totalitarian Terror up for grabs!
Allegaeon delivered another piece of technical melodic death metal from the Proponent for Sentience album with Of Mind and Matrix. The album was released in 2016 through Metal Blade Records, so go get that shit!
A video of If These Trees Could Talk perform Berlin from The Bones of a Dying World live at The Complex in Glendale, CA. Delivering us a wonderfully calming piece of instrumental post-rock, their album is available for order right now!
Last week through Sumerian Records we got some progressive, epic and (still) crushing deathcore from Born Of Osiris and Empires Raised from the upcoming The Eternal Reign. The EP will be released on February 24th and is a completely re-recorded and re-envisioned The New Reign, including the brand new song Glorious Day.
Arch Enemy is releasing a live album/DVD called As The Stages Burn! on March 31st and shared from that War Eternal (Live at Wacken 2016).
Belgium’s answer to pretty much every rock band out there, Black Mirrors, released the title track from their upcoming EP Funky Queen. Recently they signed a worldwide deal with Napalm Records and are due to release their debut EP riddled with rock ‘n’ roll tunes on March 3rd!
And to end this week’s videos and support our locals: the music video that goes with Ontzieling from the upcoming blacker than black release of Belgian Wiegedood. On February 10th , they’ll release De Doden Hebben Het Goed II through Consouling Sounds! So sit down and engulf yourself for 7 and a half minutes into one of the most intense and grim pieces of black you’ll find today…
That’s all folks! See you next week!