HARM’S WAY launches new video for “Last Man” online
This June, HARM’S WAY will head back out on the road for their “Posthuman Pacific Northwest Tour”, featuring special guests Soft Kill, before joining the final, full cross country Vans Warped Tour later that month, with Every Time I Die, Hatebreed, and many more. For a preview of their captivating live show, fans can watch the video for “Last Man” (shot at the Subterranean in Chicago, IL) below:
About three weeks before the official release of its debut full-length effort, American/French “Transylvanian Voodoo” alternative-rock band Hooka Hey just unveiled a new music video illustrating the song single “Coney Island” available right now below:
Hooka Hey may have been born in Paris, France a decade ago but it wasn’t until frontman Hugo de Saint-Quentin took a trip to Austin and engaged with the city’s music-obsessed crowds that he truly felt at home. Saint-Quentin swiftly relocated and formed a new incarnation of the band in Austin and now five years later, he’s still here and ready to unleash War Cry, Hooka Hey’s first new album in three years.
Hooka Hey’s “Transylvanian Voodoo” sound brings blues-based tribal beats with smoky, sludgy riffs drenched and charged like the air just before a rainstorm, evoking bands/artists like Queens of The Stone Age or Nick Cave.
Over the years, Hooka Hey has collaborated with great names in music. The band found themselves in sessions with Youth (producer for The Verve, Paul McCartney) at the famous Olympic Studios in London. The 2012 EP “Little Things” was mixed by Mark Plati (producer for David Bowie, The Cure…), while “Untamed” (2015) their first effort in Austin was recorded at The Bubble and Cacophony Recorders, two iconic studios of the city. Hooka Hey has played gigs with international artists including Built To Spill, Ted Leo and Miles Kane
Time For Energy unveil new music video “Gang Of Losers”
About eight months after the official release of its first full-length album ‘Gang Of Losers’ and then a European tour with the English English Progressive/Post-hardcore outfit Today, They Are Older, French Brutal Rock unit Time For Energy just unveiled an official music video for the title-track of the album that you can watch below:
A new video illustrating the song “Gang Of Losers” shared on YouTube while the album is still available right now for CD/Digital on Bandcamp + the main digital legal platforms such as iTunes, Deezer, Google Play, Spotify