With King Creature coming out on top in our last video of the week, it’s time for more bands to do battle for your votes with their new music videos!This week we’ve got a true assortment of musical styles and videos from six fantastic acts both old and new, all wanting to take home the video of the week metaphorical crown.
Where else could we start this time but with our returning emo-goth heroes Creeper? Their new single Born Cold has gone down an absolute storm since it’s debut on Dan P Carter’s Rock Show on Radio One a couple of weeks ago, and the video has similarly gone down a treat. Creeper are truly back with a bang!
Noise rock maestros Daughters have had quite the year, with a successful tours on both sides of the Atlantic. Their latest music video for the song Guest House continues a trend of black and white, almost film noir style music videos, with incredible detail in the visuals providing a striking contrast to the harshness of their music.
With a modern take on Bonnie & Clyde meets Romeo & Juliet providing a great video, Yorkshire aggressive pop upstarts As Sirens Fall are another band to make a huge statement on their return. We Go Down Together is the band’s first new single in around eighteen months, but on this evidence it was certainly worth waiting for!
British symphonic metal outfit Pythia are a band who’ve crossed our paths a few times, notably supporting Ministry in London on one occasion. Their new single Hold of Winter is accompanied by a simple performance video, letting the music do the talking, which it does in quite spectacular fashion. For anyone who likes their metal grandiose, this might well appeal.
Currently laying waste to Europe alongside Bury Tomorrow, Blood Youth’s new single Playing The Victim comes at just the right time. With some serious 00 alt-metal / nu-metal vibes coming off this track, this is the conclusion of what has been a fantastic year for Blood Youth. Anyone who sees them on this Bury Tomorrow run is in for a treat.
Boysetsfire are a band long admired by Team Rock Sins, so when frontman Nathan Gray announced his new solo album Working Title (out Jan 31st 2020), it only seemed fitting to make his new single, the title track of Working Title, the last track in our latest video of the week. It also features a notable guest turn from Chuck Ragan on backing vocals, so we definitely recommend you check this one out.
So there we have it. Six very different songs and videos all vying for your much desired votes. This contest will close at 12pm Midday UK time on the 9th of December – so get voting!