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Last updated on November 28, 2020 at 3:40 AM ET

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Within The Ruins Premiere New Music Video

Within The Ruins' new album “Black Heart”is out in stores now. In celebration of the album release the band premiere the below music video for the single “Devil In Me” from it.

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Product Of Hate Premiere New Music Video

A new official music video for the title track to Product Of Hate‘s new effort “You Brought This War” has premiered online streaming via YouTube below. That album is scheduled for a February 05th release date.

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Yashira Premiere New Single “Shades Erased”

Yashira premiere another single from their impending sophomore album “Fail To Be“, which is due out December 11. See below for a stream of “Shades Erased” from the outing, which features a guest spot from Full Of Hell vocalist Dylan Walker.

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Scour Premiere New Music Video "Doom"

Scour - featuring Philp H. Anselmo (Down, ex-Pantera, etc.), John Jarvis (Agoraphobic Nosebleed), Derek Engemann (Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, ex-Cattle Decapitation), Mark Kloeppel (ex-Misery Index) and Adam Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, Lock Up) - premiere a new official music video for their track “Doom”. The track is taken from their new EP, “Black“, out in stores now.


The band tapped two special guests for this new song and video: actor Jason Momoa (‘Aquaman‘, ‘Game Of Thrones‘) and Hate Eternal guitarist Erik Rutan.

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