Swedish heavy metal outfit Wolf has posted their new music video online for the song, “Skull Crusher.” The video was filmed in Dublin, Republic Of Ireland and the song comes from the group’s latest studio album, “Legion Of Bastards.”
Niklas Stålvind (vocals and guitars) comments: “We have never had so much fun making a video as we had on this one. Smashing a car into smithereens is something we always wanted to do without cleaning up after us or get in trouble with the police. It was the best exercise/therapy you could ever wish for. I felt like I was 10 kilos lighter in both body and spirit afterwards. We had to work hard to demolish it good. A Volvo is made in Sweden and hard to tear apart – just like this Heavy Metal band. This one is for all the skull crushing metal heads out there – We salute you!”
“Lethean Tear”, the new video from SOLUTION .45 which is the Swedish/Finnish progressive metal “supergroup” that features in its ranks former SCAR SYMMETRY vocalist Christian Älvestam has been released. The song comes off the band’s debut album, “For Aeons Past”, which was released in Europe in April 2010 and in North America one month later.
Loch Vostok has posted a new music video online for the song “Sacred Structure”. The band also commented on the clip: “Hi guys check out our new video from the upcoming album Dystopium that will be out on 23rd of September. It’s called Sacred Structure and was directed by Martin Gustafsson.”
Metal Injection is currently hosting the premiere of the debut music video from Detroit, MI’s Battlecross for the track “Push Pull Destroy,” the first single off of the band’s debut album “Pursuit of Honor” which is due out August 2nd, 2011.
The video for Push Pull Destroy was shot by Roy Warner Creative & Videography on location at the Yankee Air Museum, located on the grounds of the historic Willow Run Airport. It was at Willow Run where Henry Ford mobilized his manufacturing base to contribute to the war efforts by mass producing the B-24 Liberators that provided American Air Power to win WWII for the Allies.
Just a few weeks ago, indie-rock outfit VICTORIAN HALLS was filming the final scenes of their music video in Chicago. The finished product, featuring the addictive single, “A Crush Is A Crush,” is nothing short of what can be expected from the maniacal pop circus.
Entering (literally) into the mind of his crush, the visually brilliant video, directed by member Carlos Luna, features vocalist Sean Lenart encountering this normally untouched territory, only to embark upon the wildly unexpected – an enormous understatement in itself.
What looks to start out as a boy-meets-girl love story takes a sharp turn with a twisted interpretation on the inner workings of his love interest’s mind. Once you wrap your head around the cleverly placed, super-sized stuffed animal monster, the equally colossal box robot will leave you in complete awe of what’s taking place right in front of you in a matter of 3 minutes. The mayhem that ensues may impact people everywhere to think twice before satisfying the hunger to read their crush’s mind.