The enigmatic and incredible Angel Vivaldi has blessed his fans with another mind-blowing play through of “Oxytocin” from latest album SYNAPSE.
With his seven-string Charvel in hand, Vivaldi’s unbelievable fretboard skills are shown in full in this simple, but must watch video. Joining the gifted musician is the equally talented Gus G. from Firewind.
The two trade off solos in a full-on shred fest that you can watch below.
Angel Vivaldi unleashed an incredible playthrough video of latest track “Adrenaline” off new album SYNAPSE last week. The album’s opener features all of the incredible guitar work that you’ve come to expect from Vivaldi and includes a solo from the equally talented Julian Cifuentes.
Sure to turn the heads of his gear obsessed fans, Vivaldi is rocking a prototype of his seven-string signature Charvel that features an inverted Strat headstock, 24 frets and gold hardware
If you want to know more about the new axe, be sure to check out the behind-the-scenes demo below.
Atlanta art-punk trio Dasher recently dropped a new video for searing track “Go Rambo.”
In the clip, drummer/vocalist Kylee Kimbrough attacks her kit inside a rehearsal space while guitarist Kelly Stroup and bassist David Michaud get similarly aggressive on their instruments. The performance footage is intercut with scenes of an unknown entity dismembering a doll.
Feel the rush of “Go Rambo” in the clip after the jump. (more…)
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.