I saw this video for the first time yesterday, and thought it was pretty funny.
This is a metal video with comedian, actor Brian Posehn. Check it out!
Check out the brand new video, A Little Piece of Heaven by Avenged Sevenfold.
Check out the new video by Slavin Away by San Diego’s Thieves and Liars!
This week’s Video Showdown puts Metallica’s St. Anger Video, against Megadeth’s A Tout La Monde. Both videos are the last videos made by either band. St. Anger is from the album of the same name from 2003.
A Tout La Monde is the updated version that can be found on the Megadeth album United Abominations from 2007.
Their has always been some strife between the two bands, as Metallica fired Dave Mustaine years ago. As both bands has grown, I think Megadeth has become more consistent than the band he once got his start in.
Metallica – St. Anger
Megadeth – A Tout La Monde
Which video wins? You decide! Post Your Comments below!
Former Girl bandmates, Phil Collen, and Simon Laffy, have reunited to form the band Manraze along with Sex Pistol drummer Paul Cook.
Check out the video below for the song, Turn it Up!
You can download this song for free off of the Manraze website, at this location!
Des Moines, Iowa’s On A Pale Horse, featuring guitarist Josh Brainard (ex-Slipknot) and vocalist Aaron Peltz (ex-Downthesun), are currently streaming the new song A Generation of Vipers on the group’s MySpace site at http://www.myspace.com/onapalehorse
“We are previewing a song off the new record every week up until the release on our MySpace,” says vocalist Aaron Peltz. “The first track up for preview that hasn’t been heard yet is the title track of our album.”
On A Pale Horse has set March 4th, 2008 as the release date for their upcoming new album A Generation of Vipers through Corporate Punishment Records. The album was produced by Warren Riker (CROWBAR, DOWN, CATHEDRAL) and executive-produced by SLIPKNOT’s Paul Gray.
The group’s recently released video for “Sound The Alarm” has quickly become one of the hottest videos online at Revver.com, where the video is currently ranked in the Top 40. The video for “Sound The Alarm” can be seen at the following loc ation:
“We did the Sound the Alarm video in like 3 hours with independent filmmaker Thor Moreno and the feedback and curiosity about us so far has been great since we posted it up on Revver.com. It’s nothing flashy which fits us perfectly,” says Peltz. “The footage was shot at our nasty ass practice space and our home base in Des Moines at the House of Bricks. We hadn’t ever made an actual video before so we definitely wanted to get the people that have supported us in on the shoot.”
You can view “Sound the Alarm“, below!
Check out the new video, “Temptation Come My Way, by Tennessee’s The Showdown.
Click on the link below to watch the video!
Check out the new video, Diamond in the Rough, by Australia’s, and Airbourne!!
Are you ready for President Evil? Check out the latest band from Germany!
For more information on the band, check out their myspace page here.
Rockzilla is a 5 piece band hailing from Girona, Spain.
They have a new CD, Beyond Tomorrow that was released in 2007.
Check out their video, for the song Time. You can hear more songs at the band’s myspace page here.
Check out the new video, The Gathering from Delain.
For more information on Delain, go their myspace page.
Here are some hard rocking videos for you to enjoy for X-Mas!
Dokken – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Twisted Sister – Oh Come All Ye Faithful
Twisted Sister – Silver Bells
Charlie Brown Metal X-Mas
We Wish You A Merry X-Mas
Tom Keifer – Blue Christmas
Skid Row – Jingle Bells
Bullet For My Valentine has just released the video for their new album’s title track “Scream Aim Fire.” The video was directed in Los Angeles on November 17th by Tony Petrossian (Slayer, AX7, Slipknot). The band invited all their fans to come and watch the actual video shoot at the Southwest Marine Shipyard. Bullet For My Valentine’s new sophomore album Scream Aim Fire is set for release on January 29th.
Today’s Video Showdown puts Cinderella up against Cinder Road.
You Decide the Winner!!
Cinderella has been strangely absent from the music scene since the last tour with Poison in 2006. Eric Brittingham has been playing in a band with his wife Inga, called Naked Beggars in the down time of Cinderella.
Newcomers Cinder Road released a new CD, Superhuman and have been road warriors in 2007. They are currently on the Armed Forces Entertainment tour in Europe. In 2008, they are going to open up for Tesla, on several of the band’s 2008 U.S. tour dates.
Here is the latest video from Cinder Road, called Get In, Get Out.
One of the last videos from Cinderella came from the band’s CD, Heartbreak Station.
The video below is for the song, The More Things Change.
Which video/song/band do you like better?
Post your comments!