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.
Chasing Safety has a new EP called The Machine coming out Jan. 28, but the band formerly known as Us, From Outside has already released a music video for the track “We Believe.”
Filmed by Carlo Oppermann, the clip splices shots of the band performing the song in a woodsy setting with a wanderer searching for something elusive. All the while, quick cuts to a kaleidoscopic lens distorts the look of the video.
De La Tierra’s initial music video from their upcoming self-titled debut album proves Kisser to be correct.
In the clip for “Maldita Historia,” the band – which also consists of Andrés Giménez, former leader of A.N.I.M.A.L., Sr. Flavio, bassist of Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Alex González, drummer of Manà
- performs in a dingy basement with strobe lights and quick cuts adding to the insanity of the hard-hitting song.
Check out the video below and visit De La Tierra’s official website for more information.
This or the Apocalypse has been touring in support of their 2012 album Dead Years, and a member of their street team recently put together a music video for the song “Hard Branch to Snap” featuring live footage from the road.
The clip combines performances from four different shows from March 13-17, 2013.
Gojira has released a new video for the track “The Gift of Guilt” from their 2012 album L’Enfant Sauvage, and while the live footage might not be as amazing as seeing the French metallers in person, it certainly captures the heaviness of their show.
In addition, Gojira has a new split EP out with Roadrunner Records labelmates Kvelertak that is available for free. Each band contributed three songs to the EP, including Gojira’s “The Gift of Guilt.”