Published Dec 01, 2014Our Music/Video Roundup returns this week with an incredible amount of variety, full of the week's most popular album streams, music videos, singles, remixes and more. Take a look at our picks below, and be sure to stop by our Music/Video section for more new music and videos every day.
Michigan melodic death metal outfit the Black Dahlia Murder are exploring their punk side on an all-cover 7-inch EP. Grind 'Em All finds the group putting their cover song skills to the test in taking on tunes from Gyga, Sedition, and Canada's Left for Dead, and you can stream it all now.
As they gear up to go on a world tour, Newfoundland folk trio the Once have premiered a video for "We Are All Running." Shot over the course of a touring adventure, the visuals are full of band footage from the stage and from the road.
Continuing along Canada's eastern seaboard, folk duo Fortunate Ones have delivered visuals full of East Coast imagery for their tune "The Bliss." Elsewhere, Toronto alt-rock quartet the Dying Arts have put together a music video right from their practice space for the dark and distorted "Bed Spins."
Finally, Afie Jurvanen has released visuals for his Bahamas single "All the Time." To emphasize the laid-back mood of the lyrics, the video runs in ultra-slow motion.
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