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Agnostic Front release new music video for “Conquer and Divide”

Legendary New York Hardcore pioneers Agnostic Front unleashed their twelfth studio album “Get Loud!” last month via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band are proud to release the official music video for “Conquer and Divide”, which was directed by Punchdance Studios, who are the same team that created the video for “I Remember”. Watch the video for “Conquer and Divide” below.

Kvelertak to release new studio album “Splid” on February 14th 2020

Rise Records is pleased to announce the signing of Norwegian band Kvelertak. The band will release their long awaited, fourth studio album “Splid”, on February 14th, 2020.

The record will be the first from Kvelertak since 2016’s “Nattesferd” and is their first album featuring new singer, Ivar Nikolaisen, who joined the group in 2018.

The band has just shared brand new song “Bråtebrann”. Listen to the new track below.

Bokassa releases new music video for “Charmed & Extremely Treacherous”

Hot from supporting Metallica on their European summer stadium tour, fast rising stoner-punks Bokassa release their new video for “Charmed & Extremely Treacherous” today to coincide with the band’s first international headline tour. The track is taken from their recent acclaimed album “Crimson Riders”.

Stepson sign to SharpTone Records and release music video for new single “The Entire History of You”

SharpTone Records is proud to announce the signing of rising post-hardcore / punk outfit Stepson! The band have also released a music video for brand new single “The Entire History of You” ahead of the tour supporting Ocean Sleeper

Agnostic Front release music video for new single “I Remember”

Legendary NYHC pioneers Agnostic Front are back on the scene with their twelfth studio album, “Get Loud!”, which will be released on November 8th, via Nuclear Blast.

Today they release the music video for the second single entitled “I Remember”, which showcases Roger and Vinnie’s start with the band. Directed by Punchdance Studios, the song highlights their roots through a video montage and photos from the band's early days. Watch the video below.