Check out the latest music video from occult rock act Lucifer, featuring amongst others Nicke Andersson (Hellacopters, ex-Entombed) and Johanna Sadonis (ex-The Oath).
We’re listening to Grave Pleasures new album ‘Motherblood’ alot these days, and thought we should share their new videos. For those of you who don’t know of Grave Pleasures, you might have heard of Beastmilk? Grave Pleasures rose from the ashes of the last mentioned, and they are throwing us a funeral party!
Our prediction is that ‘Motherblood’ will be their big breakthrough – with a little help from Fenriz who promoted them on his ‘Radio Fenriz’. He even said:
The new Grave Pleasures is sooo good, I even went to see them live fer Chrissakes!
Their genre is apocalyptic post-punk, and if you ever get the chance to see these guys live, you really should! It’s intense, it’s dark and it’s an experience you won’t be forgetting any time soon. And a little tip from us, remember these lines:
Oh happy death
It’s been too long
I’ve come to be with you again
My friend of death
Open your arms
I’ll be your joyful native
Earlier this year Tribulation released their third album ‘The Children of the Night‘, and the official video for their masterpiece track ‘Strange Gateways Beckon’. Now their back with a completely new video for ‘Melancholia’. Watch it below:
Earlier this year Beastmilk announced that they had parted ways with their founding member and guitarist Johan “goatspeed” Snell. They changed their band name to Grave Pleasures and has since recruited Linnea Olsson (The Oath, Sonic Ritual) and Juho Vanhanen (Oranssi Pazuzu) on guitars, and Uno Bruniusson (ex-In Solitude, Procession) on drums. The release of their album “Dreamcrash” has been set to September 4th, 2015, and has made public a song called “Crying wolves”, which can be heard below.
The band describes the album as a complex and feverish set of modern rock songs. Urban tribal rhythms; potent melancholia; raw pop sensibility; irreverent ferociousness – “Dreamcrash” is seductive in its surrealism one minute, and a cold shower of harsh reality the next.
“I am concerned with a total collapse of our dreams”, says their vocalist Mat McNerney. “Hacking out this feverish, frantic and very uninhibited music, it exposes and lays raw some intense emotions. As we get deeper and closer to capturing the spirit of what we set out for this band to be, we are touching some vital nerves. It’s getting under the skin, under the flesh.”
Ghost just released a video for their song “Cirice”, that will feature on their upcoming album “Meliora”. The album will be released August 23rd, 2015.
Black Forest Magazine are proud to present the world premiere of Germ Bombs brand new video ‘1000 Suns’!
– The lyrics in the song which reflects the video are issues about how we treat this planet and how we more or less will destroy ourselves with greed. We wanted to do something different and not just capture a band playing a song straight up and down because its boring and done a million times before!
Enjoy Germ Bombs brand new music video below:
The new video from Beastmilk’s amazing debut album ‘Climax’ which was released last year. According to Noisey, the song is about the world coming to an end, and how you would handle it. According to Beastmilk, “you could be a giant wuss and hold your family tight, telling them how much you love them and junk. Or, you could be a real dude and go down dancing with the ship”. Noisey reports that the video is a mix of scare flicks from the 50’s and 60’s cut together.
Remember to watch out for Beastmilk, as they are heading out on the road with In Solitude and Obnoxious Youth:
Being huge fans of both filmmaker David Lynch, and Swedish artist Lykke Li, we were overwhelmed, when we heard last year that they were making music together. The song was called ‘I’m Waiting Here’, and featured on Lynch’s second solo album ‘The Big Dream’ that was released in July 16, 2013.
Lynch praises Lykke Li as an artist with great musical intuition:
She brought her own style to this song, which has a doo-wop sort of thing going on, but in a way it’s far-removed from the ’50s. This is Lykke Li’s song with Big Dean Hurley. She basically wrote and performed it in our studio in one day. It’s beautiful.
And we surely agree with David Lynch, as the atmosphere in this song is really amazing. It’s fascinating how to can draw lines between Lynch’s music, and his work in films, as the atmosphere in this song resembles his works on screen like for example the legendary Twin Peaks. Even the video reminds us of course of Lynch’s movie Lost Highway.
The English band Codes In The Clouds from Kent are playing post-rock, and we were really amazed by their debut album ‘Paper Canyon’ back in 2009. They also released another album in 2011 entitled ‘As the Spirit Wanes’.
Since then, they’ve been playing live and doing festival shows. Late last year the band posted on their Tumblr that they are currently working on an upcoming album. We are excited, and will definitely look out for it!
The band just released an official video for their song ‘Don’t Go Awash in This Digital Landscape’ to celebrate the 5th anniversary of their debut album.
Watch the video below: