Published Jan 27, 2014With a new week comes a fresh batch of new music and videos, so as per our weekly custom, we've picked out a handful of recent highlights from our Music/Video section. Take a peek below to see what we found.
First off, California metalcore outfit Of Mice & Men shared their blistering upcoming album, Restoring Force. The album title is an appropriate one, with frontman Austin Carlile describing the record as bringing "equilibrium back to our band and music."
Also on the album stream front is Do Not Engage, the new distortion-heavy record from Vancouver garage rock duo the Pack A.D., as well as Into the Lime by the New Mendicants, the indie rock supergroup made up of Norman Blake from Teenage Fanclub, Mike Belitsky from the Sadies and Joe Pernice from the Pernice Brothers.
For something more visual, the Wet Secrets shared a playfully new video for their upbeat song "Nightlife," and though it may not be in 3D, it does feature Joe Flaherty returning to his roll of SCTV's classic horror-movie host, Count Floyd. Give it a watch if you can handle the terror.
Regina indie-rock outfit Rah Rah also shared a video last week for "The Poet's Dead." The clip features the deadpan band playing in a cluttered, dreary basement, accompanied by a stuffed cat, which seems to be the most upbeat member of the crew. This all appears in stark contrast to the light, upbeat song they're playing.
Still looking for some more new music and videos? Keep checking out our Music/Video section for more new goodies every day.