Following our first ever tie in a video of the week contest last time out, resulting in two winners, we are back again with five new videos for our readers to vote on!
US rockers and rock club favourites Papa Roach are first up this week with their video for brand new single Help. The Roach will be releasing a new album sometime this year but until then Help should…well…help to keep things ticking along. It’s likely to please the band’s legion of existing fans, that’s for sure.
Brighton newcomers Rory Indiana are also up for our video of the week this time out with their new single Tough Love (recently given it’s unveiling with the good folks at Kerrang). Tough Love is the band’s first new material since their debut EP Ruling Class Crooks, and a great sample of what may be to come from them in the rest of 2017. Like what you hear? Then get voting.
Rory Indiana’s fellow Brit rockers Veridian are also included this time, with their new single Sleep A Little Better. Taken from the band’s upcoming debut EP 40826D in May. If Sleep A Little Better is anything to go by, the EP is definitely something to look forward to. If you agree, then get voting for Veridian!
With their new album Conformicide releasing this Friday, thrashers Havok have released an excellent, satyrical in places video for their new track Intention To Deceive. As one might expect from Havok, the shredding in places is off the scale. They’re headed to the UK for Heavy Scotland and a short run of shows at the beginning of April, so vote Intention To Deceive ahead of their visit to our shores to show them some love!
Lastly this week, goth metal favourites Motionless In White have released the first single from their upcoming album Graveyard Shift. Loud (Fuck It) has got some serious Marilyn Manson vibes going on in places, and could be an interesting change of sound for Chris Motionless and co if it carries on across the whole album (time will tell). If Motionless In White are your favourite video this week – make sure you vote!
As usual, there can be only one winner. Voting closes at 12pm UK time on the 13th of March – so let’s get started!Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.