Last Known Status: Active
Latest Shock News
Below is our complete Shock news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Shock is set to drop a new album titled "Forewarned" this coming November 13, 2015. A new video for the track "Sonic Assault" is also available below, with the band commenting:
"Alright - so now that we've finally got that release date for 'Forewarned' out, we're super stoked for everyone to hear what we've been up to since 'Once Denied.' Here is a new lyric video for the first song we've released from 'Forewarned' called 'Sonic Assault.' Hope you enjoy it, and if you do please share it so we can get it out to as many people as possible."
Canadian band Shock just issued the following announcement about gearing up to record a new album:
"We have been very quiet, not posting much on the old FB machine in the last few months due to things going on behind the scenes - some things that worked out and some that didn't. We've always been a band that didn't post unless we had something to say - right or wrong that's our approach to social media.
"Any who, we've spent a lot of time working on material for our next album, more time than we've ever spent before a recording, including doing preproduction demos. We're very excited that next week we start the recording of our follow-up to 'Once Denied,' so we've fired up the diesel powered generator, blown the dust off the Commodore 64 and peeled the plastic off our last AOL free trial CD to reconnect to the interwebs.
"We'll be posting some videos and pictures of the process cause, well - that's what you're supposed to do - right? Plus it's cool... We just need to figure out how to do all that from a flip-phone."
A music video for "Full Speed Ahead" taken off previous album "Once Denied" can also be seen below. More...
Canadian outfit Shock has released a new video for "Full Speed Ahead," taken from the 2013 CD
Watch the clip below, and Shock recommends that you "buckle up, crank the volume and get ready for some serious 80's Thrash/Power/Speed Metal." The "Once Denied" track listing is as follows:
1. Fighting Chance 04:20
2. Full Speed Ahead 03:00
3. Slashing to Live 03:54
4. Flaming Towards Earth 05:19
5. Driven to Kill 03:46
6. I'm Dangerous 03:56
7. Paths of Glory 05:29
8. Splitting the Atom 04:55
In continued support of the "Once Denied" album (released May 4th 2013), Canadian metal band Shock is proud to release the video for the song "Paths of Glory."
The video follows the fictional story of the attempted overthrow of a corrupt government by an equally corrupt rebellion. With both sides promising victory and power to the people, in the end, the people are the losers either way.
Canadian metal band Shock, with a history dating back over 25 years, is releasing the "Once Denied" album today (May 4th). A teaser trailer for the release is available below, or you can stream the full album at the group's Bandcamp page here. You can also watch the band's previous music video for "Slashing to Live" at this location.
Canadian act Shock has released a new video clip for the song song "Slashing to Live," which is the first song from the band's new album "Once Denied," to be released 2013. The video is available below and Shock also commented:
"Our first video! Make sure to select HD to view the incredible illustrations from Gary Frederick, and crank up the volume to hear the amazing production of Mike Bond! Enjoy - and happy New Year!"
Ottawa, Canada's Shock has announced a new album is coming in 2013 titled "Once Denied." The band has now posted a teaser trailer for the release online, which can be viewed below. For more on Shock, head over to the band's Facebook profile.