This or the Apocalypse hit a milestone this week by reaching 100,000 likes on Facebook, and the Lancaster, Pa., metalcore band offered a treat to its fans to celebrate.
Currently, This or the Apocalypse is working on material for their fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2012′s Dead Years, so they released a 30-second teaser of what’s to come. Sounds like it’s going to be hard-hitting as ever.
French metal band Gojira might have released a killer new live CD/DVD called L’Enfant Sauvages earlier this year, but they also just recently dropped a new video for the mesmerizing track “Born in Winter.”
“Born in Winter” comes off the quartet’s 2012 album L’Enfant Sauvages, and its video has the song playing over spacey imagery that could hypnotize anyone.
Check out the clip below and click here for a list of Gojira’s spring tour dates with Mastodon and Kvelertak.
De La Tierra has been making waves on the metal scene with their self-titled debut album, which came out earlier this year, and they recently continues that momentum with a video for the track “San Asesino.”
The group – which features Andreas Kisser of Sepultura, Andres Gimenez of A.N.I.M.A.L., Sr. Flavio of Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Alex González of Maná – is shown performing the song, in addition to a few other characters who make their way into the clip.
When Affiance was in the studio earlier this year, the Cleveland-based metal band brought a video camera along to document the recording process of their upcoming album.
Fans might be surprised to see some of the techniques Affiance used to create the follow-up to 2012′s The Campaign, too.
In one of the behind-the-scenes looks, guitarist Dominic Dickinson takes a power drill to his Charvel Desolation Soloist. Does it survive? You’ll have to watch the clip after the jump to find out. (more…)
The guys in Red Dragon Cartel recently posted a new video in which they discuss how the band originally formed and put together their debut full-length album.
With former Ozzy Osbourne and Badlands guitarist Jake E Lee taking handling all axe duties and Beggars & Thieves’ Ronnie Mancuso on bass, the group was rounded out by drummer Jonas Fairley and singer D.J. Smith. Their 10-song collection of originals also features goes appearances from Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander, In This Moment’s Maria Brink and former Iron Maiden singer Paul Di’Anno.
Red Dragon Cartel has already played a handful of shows promoting the album, and there is an extensive worldwide tour that kicks off March 5 in Tempe, Ariz.
Learn more about Red Dragon Cartel (in addition to a video for the new track “Deceived”) after the jump and visit the band’s official Facebook page for more information. (more…)