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BATMETAL FOREVER is Here!


Group of russian animators ArhyBES Announce new episode “Batmetal Forever!

Read statement here:

“No it’s not an April fools joke! We finally make Batmetal Forever and you can check it out now on youtube. Special thanks to Brendon Small and Megaforce Records for early acces to “My Name Is Murder” track from new Brendon’s album “Galaktikon II”, also many thanks to all who supported us during this project!”

support  ArhyBES channel on patreon.com/arhybes

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ELECTUS Release New Single And Animated Video For ‘Slip Away’


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Hard rock act ELECTUS from West Midlands UK have revealed their new third and final single ‘Slip Away’ taken from their sophomore album “Rock & Roll Incarnate Part One” which was released last year. The single was released March 1st 2018 and now the creative and wonderful video is here to accompany it. This will be the last single from this album as their gear up to unleash their third album later this year.

Lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Russell Peake describes the new single:  “The song, in a nutshell, is about never giving up on your dreams. It’s never too late, so don’t let life slip away”…it is a short story from a third person perspective about limitations, or putting them aside, Whatever your dreams, follow your heart! Never give up, Do everything YOU want to do!” 

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French rock’n’core outfit Schoolyards unveiled new music video “From 29 to 44”


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A few months after unveiling its debut single with the official music video of “Mady”, French rock’n’core outfit Schoolyards just unleased a brand new excerpt from its upcoming album with the animated video of the song “From 29 to 44” available right now on YouTube
The band, which is including actual of former members of Anna Sage, Dirty BastarZ, Memories Of A Dead Man, Seven Days or Revive will released its debut album called ‘Comrades 2.0’ on September.

Official statement from the band : “From 29 to 44” is a summertime foxtrot-boogie-core song which address the causes of the recent rise of xenophic-populism in occident.

Currently the Gini index – which mesures wealth inequalities – is close to its 1929 records. In this context, Schoolyards thought it was quite fair to notify the new ordo-liberals and their paws, that it might still be time to stop privatizing profits and socializing losses: intentionaly creating uneducated unemployed angry people is never a good receipe for your future and its safety. Maybe

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