Amon Amarth ft. L.G. Petrov eyeing Guardians of Asgaard

From the album, Twilight of the Thunder God.

Guardian's of Asgaard is the highest selling album of the groups previous seven label released albums.

I like the switch at the end or at least I think it was a switch...

Cursive eyeing From The Hips

Directed by Michael Grodner from the album, Mama, I'm Swollen.

You can download From The Hips here. [Link provided on the band' s website]

I know I wouldn't mind all that attention...


SHAKRA eyeing Why

From the album, Everest.

The video for the track Chains Of Temptation showed lead singer Mark Fox injecting heroine into himself.

Which fountain of youth did she drink from???

Metallica eyeing Broken, Beat and Scarred

Directed by Wayne Isham from the album, Death Magnetic.

If you are a Simpsons fan, Metallica was on, The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer.

Another band uses balloons in their concert, big yellow ones...

Foundation eyeing Begging to Bleed

Directed by Chris Moran from the album, Chimborazo.

"...The album sounds like the culmination of many summer nights on an old front porch".

Nice shoutout to the album title in the video...


Ladyfinger (ne) eyeing Little Things

Directed by Aaron Martin from the album, Dusk.

"...With one foot in the sounds of early 70's classic rock and another in the punk and hardcore scenes of the late 80's and early 90's, Ladyfinger (ne) bring you Dusk". [Myspace]

Should've pulled the trigger...

Riverboat Gamblers eyeing A Choppy, Yet Sincere Apology

Directed by Mateo Suarez from the album, Underneath The Owl.

There have been fifteen people playing various parts throughtout the band's existance.

Wonder how much that kind of session would cost...

Department of Eagles eyeing No One Likes It Like You

Directed by Patrick Daughters and Marcel Dzama from the album, In Ear Park.

You can download the title track from In Ear Park here. (Link provided on their MySpace)

Something about the characters in the video remind of the upcoming movie, 9...


Tyler Read eyeing Baby's Got a Temper

From the album, Only Rock and Roll Can Save Us.

Click here for instructions on how to get a free Tyler Read song.

Someone had fun with the fish eyes....

IN FLAMES eyeing Delight And Angers

Directed by Patric Ullaeus from the album, A Sense of Purpose.

The band are considered the pioneers of melodic death metal.

Someone in the band likes KISS...

One Day As A Lion eyeing Wild International

From the self titled EP.

The duo constists of Zack de la Rocha, lead singer of Rage Against the Machine and Jon Theodore, former drummer for The Mars Volta.

Seems like a low budget video, though they use the basic looking video effects well during the drum solo scene...


Gallows eyeing Vulture (Act II)

Directed by Adam Powell and art direction by Ryan Haysom from the album, Grey Britain.

The band covered the Iron Maiden song, Wrathchild, on the album, Maiden Heaven: A Tribute to Iron Maiden.

Great scene where the priest sees the band as demons, almost a reflection of what some in society deem rock music to be...

[via AP]

Eluveitie eyeing Omnos

From the album, Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion.

"Their sound can be described as Celtic folk metal with melodic death metal influences." [Wiki]

Time marker 3:42 has a very interesting looking instrument...

[Via Blabbermouth]


PSYCHEDELIC SHAG eyeing Welcome To Fairyland

Directed by Fairyland Productions from the album, The Sunlight Underground.

Their press release describes them as a "psychedelic/alternative/stoner rock band."

The video definetly goes along with the band's "psychedelic" sound.

Gigantic eyeing Steam Girl

From the album, Gigantaphonic Sounds.

The band was nominated as Australia's "Most Promising New Band," at the WAMI awards in Australia.

Listening to the video, you would think the track would have been called something else...

Dead By April eyeing Losing You

From an as of yet titled album.

Losing You was featured in a commerical for the Swedish show, Robinson.

The video features what must be the smallest court room to ever exist.


Donora eyeing Shout

Directed by Adam Buncher from their self titled album.

A couple of their songs were in a MTV mini-series called, I Remember Chloe.
[via Buzzgrinder]