Noisey have premiered the new video for High on Fire’s new single “Slave the Hive”, which can still be obtained over at Scion AV. The heavy, heavy tune is set to images of bunny surgeons performing an unnecessary technological implantation surgery of sorts in a creepy little hospital. Sounds fun, right? You can check it out after the break.
Noisey have premiered the new music video for Mogwai’s electronic centered track “The Lord is Out of Control”. The song will be featured on the band’s upcoming album Rave Tapes, along with “Remurdered”, which is out on January 21st. The video, directed by Antony Cook, is very odd but beautifully shot. You can check it out after the break.
Brooklyn based experimental/drone musician Dana Schechter (Insect Ark) has premiered the new music video for her track “Symbols” over at CVLT Nation. The haunting track comes from her new EP Long Arms and is set to an equally eerie and interesting video. You can check it out after break if you feel like being tripped out.
CVLT Nation have premiered the new video for the abysmal, experimental drone act Theologian track “Welcome to the Golden Age of Beggars”. The track comes from the group’s most recent effort Some Things Have to be Endured and is set to the Gretchen Heinel directed clip depicting an elaborate and highly sexualized ritual. The dark yet beautiful nature of the song fits the clip eerily well. Find out for yourself below.
Disclaimer: It’s not highly graphic but it can be considered NSFW. So don’t watch it when your boss is around.
O’Brother have released the new, slightly trippy video for their track “Transience”, which comes from their most recent effort Disillusion. It’s pretty darn windy too. You can view the video after the break as well as their forthcoming tour dates with Hot Water Music and Torche.
Metal Injection has premiered the new music video for Murder Construct’s (Cattle Decapitation, Intronaut) track “The Next Life”. The track comes from the band’s most recent effort Results and is set to the superbly edited Mitch Massie clip featuring a suicidal gunman. It’s violent but tame compared to his other work. You can check out the video after the break.
Exclaim has premiered KEN mode’s new music video for their track “Romeo Must Never Know”. The song comes from their latest effort Entrench and is set to the Christopher Mills directed clip that features footage of a show the band did in Toronto. In slow-motion, no less! You can check out the video after the break as well the band’s current tour dates with Norma Jean.
Queens of the Stone Age’s interactive music video for “The Vampyre of Time and Memory” has arrived online and can be viewed here. A non-interactive version has been uploaded to the Web as well and can be viewed after the break along with their forthcoming 2014 tour dates. Check it out.
Defeater’s music video for their track “Bastards” has arrived online. The track comes from their most recent effort Letters Home and is set to the Rob Soucy directed clip depicting a soldier in the heat of wartime battle. The video perfectly fits the band’s overall conceptual nature. You can check out the video after the break.
Locrian have released a new video for their track “Two Moons” from their most recent album Return to Annihilation. The clip, directed by Rosamaria Montalbano, features an array of kaleidoscopic liquid imagery that beautifully fits the tone of the music in a simplistic sense. You can check out the video after the break.
Rolling Stone have premiered the new music video for Balance and Composure’s track “Tiny Raindrop” from their new album The Things We Think We’re Missing. The dreamlike clip was directed by Alex Henery and features frontman Jon Simmons endlessly pursuing a woman during a dream state. You can view the video by heading over to Rolling Stone now. Be sure to check out The Things We Think We’re Missing as well. Ross and I highly recommend it.
Portland’s Honduran ruin lawns in their new music video for their track “Yawnmower”, which can be found on their new album Street Eagles. Revolver premiered the video earlier today and it is pretty humorous if you ask me. You can stream the video after the break and pick up their album at this location.
New Jersey genre-bending progressive outfit East of the Wall have premiered a new music video for their track “Arbiter’s Meet” over at Metal Injection. The track is taken from the group’s forthcoming album Redaction Artifacts (October 29th) and is set to footage documenting the band’s recording sessions and time on the road. This footage will also be used for a series of in-studio mini-documentaries that are due to surface soon. You can check out the video after the break.
The Brooklyn post-awesome trio Sannhet have premiered their new music video for their track “Slow Ruin” over at Noisey. The track comes from the band’s debut album Known Flood that was released earlier this year and is set to a very odd clip directed by the band’s own bassist, AJ Annunziata. You can check out the stellar cinematography after the break and stream Known Flood as well.
In other Sannhet news, the band will be putting out a new full length in 2014. Before that, the group will be releasing a new two-track digital single entitled Lion’s Eye in November. Stay tuned!
Noisey have premiered the new music video for Iron Reagan’s track “Cycle of Violence” from their debut album Worse Than Dead. The video depicts the band performing the thrashing track, in between shots of warfare, through a wood-panel television set. You can check out the video after the break as well as their extensive touring schedule.