Video Of The Week (18th April) – Ministry, Tremonti, Mol, Trivium and Lots More!

Rock Sins Video Of The Week

After Yorkshire rockers As Sirens Fall took home the winners medal last time out, it’s time for another six videos to duke it out to take home the Rock Sins video of the week prize!

Kicking things off this week is the one and only Al Jourgensen and Ministry, with their latest single Victims Of A Clown. With a title like that, the video is as trippy as one might expect, and really does just need to be seen rather than explained. If Uncle Al has made your favourite video this week, make sure to get your votes in!

We’ve already written about the wonderful new Tremonti single, Take You With Me, earlier this week at Rock Sins. But we’ve enjoyed it so much, we just had to include it in this weeks’ video of the week. One of THE rock songs of the year so far. Just sit back and enjoy the enormous chorus!

One of the surprise breakout stories of 2018 in the metal world, Blackgaze specialists M0l are capturing hearts and minds of fans and the media alike. Their new single Bruma, and it’s accompanying video, is only likely to further their expansion, gaining them more fans everyday.

Our friends in Trivium already have one video of the week win this year, thanks to Beyond Oblivion, and they’re back for an attempt to win two on the spin with Endless Night. Currently in the UK, tearing it up with Code Orange, Power Trip and Venom Prison, if this doesn’t get you in the mood for one of the tours of the year, nothing will.

The first of two new bands to our ears this week, Liverpool alt-rockers Vulture Cult have announced themselves in a big way with their first single Steamrolling. Definitely one for anyone who enjoys bands like Queens Of The Stone Age, be careful or they’ll steamroll all over you on their way up the musical ladder.

Last up this week, and the second of the new musical discoveries for video of the week this time, Danish outfit Royal Mob are releasing their debut album Cinematic at the end of May. Ahead of that, they’ve released their new single Snake. The video is dark and brooding, and may well help lead on to bigger and better things for Royal Mob!

The vote for video of the week closes on the 25th of April at 12 midday UK time. With six bands fighting it out, only one can win, so get voting for your favourites!

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Ministry – Victims Of A Clown

Tremonti – Take You With Me

M0l – Bruma

Vulture Cult – Steamrolling

Royal Mob – Snake