The mind blowing video speaks for itself. It's as beautiful monster crafted by the hands of Danish metal outfit The Interbeing. This is tech metal performed at its best. Love it.
Video taken from the forthcoming EP of the same name. An anthemic song all Metalheads can relate to, from a veteran band of the NWOBHM.
Good old school eighties thrash made in Holland!
I've been listening to this band for a week - on my way to and from work. A great tech-death band from Nancy France that deserves your undivided attention! You're welcome. =)
Sepultura are SO back in shape with the Machine Messiah album. Lots of surprises and, well, just plain old heavy f**king metal.
One of the best albums to be released in the djent genre ever. This is a brilliantly crafted piece of visual art, perfect accompaniment to the song. I keep coming back to this song/video. Thall all the way.
I've been a korn fan for almost 20 years now and still going strong. They almost lost me during their dubstep era, but thankfully their have finally returned to form and return to what korn should sound like. This song is a perfect example of their importance to the nu-metal scene and why I keep loving them.
Strong riffs, great solos, powerful vocals....all in a video that's fun and devoid of pretentiousness. From one of the very few Doom exponents of the original NWOBHM scene. What's not to like!
Danish prog metal outfit Defecto produced one of the best debuts of 2016 and also crafted this great video, showcasing a different side of the band - not taking themselves to seriously. It's fun to watch and the song is a real earworm.
German number one thrash band with an excellent video of the title track from their new album.