Carnifex Unveil Music Video For “No Light Shall Save Us” Ft. Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy

San Diego, California metal band Carnifex have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “No Light Shall Save Us” featuring Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album World War X which is due out on August 2nd via Nuclear Blast.

Frontman Scott Ian Lewis commented on the song:

Collaborating with Alissa on ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ was a joy from the start. Alissa was able to elevate the song with a dynamic that’s completely new for Carnifex. There is a melody and depth on ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ unlike any previous Carnifex song. It’s the perfect start to your journey through ‘World War X‘.

Alissa White-Gluz added:

With ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ I think Carnifex and I have been able to create a really special piece. The video shoot was an incredible experience and from the second I read the lyrics and heard Scott’s vision for the song I knew I could really build on it and express myself. I’m excited to share this with the world!

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Thy Art Is Murder Unveil Music Video For “Death Squad Anthem”

Australian metal band Thy Art Is Murder have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Death Squad Anthem” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Human Target which is due out on July 26th via Nuclear Blast.

Vader Release New Song “Grand Deceiver”

Polish metal band Vader has released their new song recently. You can check out the lyric video for their song “Grand Deceiver” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new EP Thy Messenger which is due out on May 31st via Nuclear Blast.

The band commented:

We are so excited to give you a new Vader song from our fresh record! ‘Grand Deceiver‘ is the opening track on Thy Messenger EP and perfect explanation of what you all may expect with the upcoming releases. Sharp as razor and brutal as Hell track is just an appetizer before the new Vader album to come. Chris of Nuclear Blast created this brilliant lyric-video clip, which you can watch while waiting for Thy Messenger. Sit comfortably, play it LOUD and…ENJOY!!!

The Damned Things Share New Song “Something Good”

Rock supergroup The Damned Things have shared their new song recently. You can check out the lyric video for their song “Something Good” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album High Crimes which is due out on April 26th via Nuclear Blast.

Vocalist Keith Buckley commented:

‘Something Good‘ is a feel-good song about feeling bad. It’s about hurting people you care about because it is not in your nature to do the right thing even when you want to. A dark moral story with a really sunny feel.

Khemmis Sign With Nuclear Blast

Denver, Colorado metal band Khemmis have announced that they have signed with Nuclear Blast. The band had been busy at work on new material and in the process of planning a tour that would see them on the road throughout 2019.

The band commented on the signing:

We are honored and excited to join the Nuclear Blast roster alongside so many legendary artists. Endless thanks to Monte Conner, Mark Palmer, Yorck Eysel and the rest of the amazing team at Nuclear Blast for sharing in our vision for the future. We also send our unending gratitude to Dave Adelson of 20 Buck Spin, who not only took a chance on us when he released Absolution in 2015 but also became a true friend and brother to us over the last few years. Finally, thanks to everyone who has supported us by seeing us live, snagging a shirt, and/or picking up a CD or LP. Without all of you, none of this would be possible. We’ve got some very exciting announcements about tours, festivals, and new music coming soon. Cheers!

Fallujah Release New Song “Dopamine”

Bay Area, California metal band Fallujah have released their new song recently. You can check out the stream for their song “Dopamine” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Undying Light which is due out on March 15th via Nuclear Blast.

Guitarist Scott Carstairs commented:

With ‘Undying Light‘ we pushed the boundaries of what we consider to be progressive music. The album presents the listener with as varied a sonic terrain as you would come to expect from Fallujah. We’re excited to share with you some of the darker moments from ‘Undying Light‘. ‘Dopamine‘ highlights the struggle for authenticity in an increasingly inauthentic world.

The fleeting pleasure and false loves of our time. We set out to create a new sound within the atmospheric tradition of Fallujah, and ‘Dopamine‘ reveals the deepest moments of rejection and rebellion found on ‘Undying Light‘. This current tour with Obscura, Allegaeon and First Fragment is connecting us with so many new and old fans that we feel we have to share this song within a live setting, face to face. European friends and family come to a show and check out ‘Dopamine.‘