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Candiria have dropped their new music video for "The Whole World Will Burn," which is taken from their latest album, 'While They Were Sleeping.' Filmed by Frank Godla, the footage was taken from the band's recent "Five-Borough World Tour," where the band performed in various venues in all five boroughs of New York City to celebrate the release of the LP. The clip can be streamed below.

Candiria bassist Michael MacIvor issued the following statement regarding the tour and music video:

"The Candiria Five Boroughs Tour was an idea conceived by our team many months before our record came out. We wanted to give a little payback to all of our fans located in the boroughs. They have been traveling to see us for years. So we wanted to go to them this time. And we had an amazing time doing it. The people in these under-served markets were so happy and grateful for us coming to them. That it really was an experience the band will cherish forever.

"We think that the video for 'The Whole World Will Burn' truly captured the vibe of a band from NYC. And how we interact with our people. Frank Godla did a great job. He is from NYC and a fan of the band. So he was able to capture everything we wanted. Frank is someone that we love working with, because first and foremost, he is a friend. He gets the band. He gets our vibe. And he knows what we want without us having to explain things in depth.

"Growing up in the music scene of Brooklyn, New York throughout the '90s, Candiria have always held a special place in my heart as hometown heroes, and continue to today," said Godla. "Beyond their amazing talents as musicians and songwriters, they're a band that inspires change, promotes acceptance, conquers barriers, and are some of the nicest guys I've ever had the pleasure of calling friends. It's an honor and a privilege to work with them once again, in the form of a music video shot during their Five-Borough Tour. The run was truly something special to watch as a longtime fan from NYC, and creating it was as easy as watching them play five shows in a row... something I don't mind doing every day!"

Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts!

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Per tradition, Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based metalcore group August Burns Red releases a holiday-themed single/cover near the season. This time, they've teamed up with Revolver for 2016's edition! Check out "What Child Is This? (Greensleeves)" below and let us know what you think in the comments!
 
Guitarist JB Brubaker said, "In keeping with our annual tradition we are pleased to announce the release of this year's Christmas song, 'What Child Is This (Greensleeves).' This song has a bit of a black metal flavor, but takes a turn in the middle. We always have fun writing and recording the holiday songs and we hope you like it too."
 
To get "What Child Is This? (Greensleeves), " visit their website. For more on August Burns Red, follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

 

 

 

 
Tour dates
AUGUST BURNS RED - MESSENGERS 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TOUR DATES

Jan 4 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of Living Arts
Jan 5 - Silver Springs, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Springs
Jan 6 - New York, NY @ Playstation Theatre
Jan 7 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Jan 8 - Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
Jan 9 - London, ON @ London Music Hall
Jan 11 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
Jan 12 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
Jan 13 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Jan 14 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
Jan 15 - Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze
Jan 16 - Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre
Jan 17 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Jan 18 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Jan 20 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Jan 21 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
Jan 22 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
Jan 24 - Los Angeles, CA @ Belasco Theater
Jan 25 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Jan 26 - Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
Jan 27 - San Diego, CA @ SOMA
Jan 28 - Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
Jan 30 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall
Jan 31 - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
Feb 1 - Houston, TX @ Numbers
Feb 2 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Feb 3 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Feb 4 - Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Feb 6 - Tampa, FL @ State Theatre
Feb 7 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Feb 8 - Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Feb 9 - Richmond, VA @ The National
Feb 10 - Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
Feb 11 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Feb 12 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Feb 14 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
Feb 15 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls
Feb 16 - Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre**
Feb 17 - Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
**No Protest the Hero
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Grave Pleasures, formerly known as Beastmilk, will release 'Funeral Party,' their 7" EP. The two-song record will hit stores tomorrow, November 18 via singer Matt McNerney's own label, Secret Trees. In conjunction with the release of the EP, the band have issued a stream of the tracks.

The effort will be available in 7" vinyl in either black or yellow. The yellow vinyl is limited to 200 copies and will be exclusively offered via Secret Trees' own label store. The yellow vinyl will also include a lyric/poetry booklet and digital download code. 'Funeral Party' will also be available for digital download.

Funeral Party Track Listing:
SIDE A:
"Deadenders" (3:56)
SIDE B:
"Cold War Funeral" (4:21)

Stream the EP below and let us know what you think!

 

 

 

 

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On last night's edition of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' Metallica, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots performed "Enter Sandman" with children's instruments. The video can be viewed below.

Metallica's new album, 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct,' hits stores tomorrow, November 18, via Blackened Recordings. The band has released every single song via officially shot music videos. The album and videos can be streamed here.

 

 

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Starting yesterday, November 16, at noon Eastern, Metallica started to roll out official music videos for every song on their forthcoming album, 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct,' which is due tomorrow, November 18, via Blackened Recordings. Every video can be streamed with the below playlist.

The video tracklisting is as follows:
"Hardwired," directed by Colin Hakes & The Artist
"Moth Into Flame," directed by Tom Kirk
"Atlas, Rise!" directed by Clark Eddy
"Dream No More," directed by Tom Kirk
"Confusion," directed by Claire Marie Vogel
"ManUNkind" (Directed by Jonas Åkerlund
"Now That We're Dead," directed by Herring & Herring
"Here Comes Revenge," directed by Jessica Cope
"Am I Savage," directed by Herring & Herring 
"Halo On Fire," directed by Herring & Herring
"Murder One," directed by Robert Valley
"Spit Out The Bone," directed by Phil Mucci
"Lords of Summer," directed by Brett Murray

Additionally, the band has launched a special "Blackened Friday" event where fans and participating retailers can celebrate the release of the album. Details for the event are available here.

In more Metallica news, today, at 5:00 P.M. Eastern, the band's Sirius XM Town Hall interview with journalist David Fricke will launch on the limited Sirius XM 'Mandatory Metallica' channel. The special channel will exclusively air Metallica music and will run until November 23 on channel 40. More details are available here.

Watch the videos below and tell us which is your favorite!

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Metallica have premiered the official music video for their new song, "Now That We're Dead," which is directed by Herring & Herring. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming album, which will be released this Friday, November 18 via Blackened Recordings.

The video can be streamed below.

In anticipation of the album release, the band will be releasing new music videos every two hours for every song on the album starting today via Metallica.com and several editorial partners around the globe.

Metallica has previously released videos for the following songs from 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct:'
"ManUNkind," which can be viewed here.
"Confusion," which can be viewed here.
"Dream No More," which can be viewed here.
"Atlas, Rise!" which can be viewed here.
"Moth Into Flame" which can be viewed here.
"Hardwired," which can be viewed here.

Tell us which song and video is your favorite so far!

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Metallica pay homage to black metal with their official music video for their new song, "ManUNkind." The track is taken from the band's forthcoming album, which will be released this Friday, November 18 via Blackened Recordings.

Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the video features a corpse-painted band performing among pigs heads on sticks and a rowdy audience. The clip concludes with a bloody finale.

The video can be streamed below.

In anticipation of the album release, the band will be releasing new music videos every two hours for every song on the album starting today via Metallica.com and several editorial partners around the globe.

Metallica has previously released videos for the following songs from 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct:'
"Confusion," which can be viewed here.
"Dream No More," which can be viewed here.
"Atlas, Rise!" which can be viewed here.
"Moth Into Flame" which can be viewed here.
"Hardwired," which can be viewed here.

Tell us which song and video is your favorite so far!

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Metallica have premiered the military-themed music video for their new song, "Confusion," which is directed by Claire Marie Vogel. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming album, which will be released this Friday, November 18 via Blackened Recordings.

The video can be streamed below.

In anticipation of the album release, the band will be releasing new music videos every two hours for every song on the album starting today via Metallica.com and several editorial partners around the globe.

Metallica has previously released videos for the following songs from 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct:'
"Dream No More," which can be viewed here.
"Atlas, Rise!" which can be viewed here.
"Moth Into Flame" which can be viewed here.
"Hardwired," which can be viewed here.

Tell us which song and video is your favorite so far!

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Metallica have premiered the official music video for their new song, "Dream No More," which is directed by Tom Kirk. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming album, which will be released this Friday, November 18 via Blackened Recordings.

The video can be streamed below.

In anticipation of the album release, the band will be releasing new music videos every two hours for every song on the album starting today via Metallica.com and several editorial partners around the globe.

What do you think of "Dream No More?"

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Before legal streaming services became such an integral platform for music, Napster became one of the first ever peer-to-peer file sharing networks by allowing users to download music entirely for free, albeit illegally. After learning that their single "I Disappear" had been leaked via Napster, Metallica famously took a stand against the service and filed a lawsuit against them. Ultimately, the judge hearing the case ruled in favor of Metallica, making history as the first ever lawsuit where an artist sued a peer-to-peer sharing network. Now, 17 years after the band's infamous lawsuit, Metallica's entire catalog will be returning to Napster with the band's blessing.

"The release of Metallica's new album comes at an incredible time for streaming music with streaming subscriptions accounting for almost half of industry sales in the first half of 2016," Napster said in a statement. "Today, Napster is a legal, paid subscription service with a catalog of over 40 million tracks. We are thrilled to bring Metallica's full catalog — including their latest new album — to Napster subscribers around the world."

This Friday, November 18, Metallica will be releasing their latest studio album, 'Hardwired…To Self-Destruct,' via Blackened Recordings. In anticipation of the album release, the band will be releasing a new music video for every single one of their songs today, November 16 throughout tomorrow, November 17. Starting at 12:00 P.M. Eastern, the band will release a new video every two hours. 

Metallica has announced special "Blackened Friday" events at participating retailers to celebrate the release of the LP. Details are available here.

What do you think of Metallica's return to Napster?

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