Have you guys been as pleased as we are about the abundance of new music lately? We’re so glad that there’s constantly new records and new music videos we can check out. This week is no different, and here are some of the tracks we can’t get enough of.
Arch Enemy – The Race
Arch Enemy recently released their new album Will To Power and have been on a very successful run across Eastern Europe to support the record. Now they’ve returned with another single: ‘The Race’, the last song they wrote for the recent release. The video showacses the band’s live shows, and you can check it out below.
Satyricon – To Your Brethren In The Dark
In the words of frontman Satyr, the latest Satyricon track ‘To Your Brethren In the Dark’ is “one of the flagship songs on the record. It is about emotion, our nature, the spirits, the autumn, the sombre and rainy days, those who we lost and the ones who we have not met yet.” The single is taken off the band’s new album Deep Calleth Upon Deep, which was released in September to critical acclaim.
InAir – Rise Again
Reading three-piece InAir have been busy working on their debut EP A Different Light. Now that it’s out in the world, they are embarking on an 8-date tour to showcase some of the new material. They have also released a music video for ‘Rise Again’ – get to know InAir and watch it right here:
Knuckle Puck – Gone
What does Knuckle Puck playing at a birthday party look like? If this is something you’ve always wondered, then look no further than their new music video for ‘Gone’. The new single is taken off of the band’s recent album Shapeshifter, which they will be supporting on tour in the UK this December.
The Front Bottoms – Peace Sign
Following the recent release of their album Going Grey, The Front Bottoms have unveiled their new music video for ‘Peace Sign’, which is a bit of a head scratcher. It’s not too easy to figure out what on earth is happening here but all we know is we can’t stop jamming to this song.