Category Archives: Lyric Video
Newly signed to Reunion Records, Austic Adamec has released a lyric video for the title track to his new album. Check it out below. The album, titled My Only Answer, releases on August 19th.
Hillsong Live have released their lyric video of ‘Calvary’, lead single from their yet-to-be-titled live album releasing in 2014. Check out the video below.
BEC Recordings artists The Museum have released the lyric video of ‘Give Me Faith’, originally by Elevation Worship, and on their new album What We Stand For out in May 2014. Check out the video below.
The Museum have released their lyric video of ‘Saved My Soul’, from their upcoming album What We Stand For releasing May 2014. Check out the video below.
Indie pop/CCM artist Jessa Anderson has released her album Whole today. Check out the lyric video of the song ‘Idols’, the first single from the album, below.
New pop/acoustic/indie duo Kaleidoscope have released their latest single, ‘Every Tomorrow’, from their untitled album slated to be released sometime in 2014. Check out their lyric video of the song below.
Pop/worship band Sixteen Cities has released their single ‘Greater is He’, from their yet to be titled album releasing 2014 sometime. Check out the lyric video below.
Baruch Sanchez & Checky Garcia have left The Royal Revolt and formed a hip hop dance rock outfit called Neon Spirits. You can check out the band’s first track “Dance Moves” below. The band’s debut album is scheduled to release May 1st.
‘What if I Stumble’ was a famous song by dcTalk from the 1990s. Check out the official lyric video of the song remade by Australian pop group Compliments of Gus, and featuring Audio Adrenaline frontman and ex-dc Talk member, Kevin Max.
Check out the lyric video for The Royal Royal’s song “Real Strength” below. The song appears on the band’s latest release, titled The Return Of The King which is available now.
New pop/acoustic/indie duo Kaleidoscope have released their debut single, ‘Love Like You’, from their untitled album slated to be released sometime in 2014. Check out their lyric video of the song below.
Veteran singer/songwriter and worship leader Michael W. Smith is back with a new single, ‘You Won’t Let Go’, from his new worship album, Sovereign, releasing in May 2014. Check out the lyric video below.
[Update: Video with English subtitles posted below] Lindforest, the side project from Christian Lindskog and Simon Grenehed of Blindside, has posted a brand new video for their new song “Den dag du faller ner”. View the video below and purchase the song on iTunes here.
DREAM Records artists Satellites and Sirens have released their lyric video for their current radio single, ‘Jump Start My Heart’, from their DREAM Records debut release, One Noise, coming out March 18th 2014. Check out the video below.
Talking Trees, side project of Brandon James Ellis (Rocky Loves Emily), have a new lyric video for the single “Where Did We Go Wrong”. Check it out below. You can also read a recent interview he did with Under The Gun Review here.
Check out Drottnar‘s new lyric video for “Cul-De-Sac,” a track from their 2013 album, Stratum. Drottnar is a band from Norway who describes their sound as bunker metal: “bizarre; orthodox bedlam skillfully crafted through cutting-edge unorthodoxy.”
Hardcore act Eyes of Eli have just released a lyric video for their song “Rekindle.” This is off their just released EP Ignite, which we gave a 5/5 to in our recent review. Check out the video and then be sure to pick up Ignite through all digital outlets. You can also see Dane Harrison of Eyes of Eli’s thoughts about the music industry and how they came to have their name as a part of my recent “In the Silence of the Mind” Interviews, here.
Indie pop/CCM quartet Anthem Lights have debuted lyric videos for ‘You Have My Heart’ and ‘The Unknown’, both from their second album You Have My Heart, released independently on February 4th 2014. Check out the videos below.
A Feast for Kings is set to release their album Hell On Earth in April, but they have recently released a lyric video for the debut single. This is the same track that caught many of our readers ears several weeks back as it was featured as a part of a massive hardcore music sampler.
I’ve only just got my review copy of the album (and have a few to work on between), but if the rest of the album is as good as this track, I’m already hooked. Watch for more Hell on Earth news in the coming months as well as our official review.
Country/Rock/CCM quartet Rhett Walker Band have released their first single, ‘Broken Man’, from their second album to be released sometime in 2014. Check out the lyric video below.
Head over to Solid State Records site to check out a stream of the new song “Fragile Wings” from hardcore band, The Overseer. The group’s new record, “Rest and Let Go” will be available March 4. Read a press release and listen to the song, below.
February 6, 2014 – Arkansas hard rockers THE OVERSEER are announcing the release of their sophomore album, Rest and Let Go, available March 4 via Solid State Records.
Rest and Let Go finds the band re-teaming with Matt McClellen at Glow in the Dark Studios, where they had recorded their 2012 debut, We Search, We Dig. The celebrated album drew praise from taste-makers such as Revolver, who characterized it as “heavily textured metalcore that balances brutality with beauty,” while Outburn declared, “THE OVERSEER has burst onto the scene with a head-turning and memorable debut.”
Much like the band itself, Rest and Let Go, is bursting with life. It’s a fearless, ferocious album that bubbles with urgency and vitality. It’s ironic, then, that the album centers so intensely on the polar opposite: Death. “It kinda creeps its way into everyone’s life at some point, and it found a way to creep into our record,” says guitarist/vocalist Darren King. “Death is such a big part of life and unfortunately we’ve had our fair share of dealing with it. I guess that’s just where a few of us were and are.”
Fans can get a first taste of the album today in the form of the tense album opener “Fragile Wings,” which is streaming for free. “’Fragile Wings’ is a song that really captures a lot of elements,” King explains. “It’s driving, but laid back. It’s heavy, but ambient. It’s dark, but has some presence of hope. She’s not sure what she wants to be, but it kinda works for her.”
Hear “Fragile Wings” & preorder Rest and Let Go:
“Fragile Wings” is also available as a free download for anyone who pre-orders the album.
THE OVERSEER spent much of the last two years on the road supporting We Search, We Dig and laying the groundwork for Rest and Let Go, including tours alongside AUGUST BURNS RED, OF MICE & MEN, IMPENDING DOOM, SHAI HULUD and more. But hitting the road hard is nothing new for the band, who cemented their road warrior status back in their days as an independent band, when they played 400 shows in their first two years together.
Now, as one of Solid State Records’ “new breed” of bands, THE OVERSEER are primed to make the transition from up-and-comers to lynchpins of a reinvigorated scene. Their goals, however, remain the same: “To just keep playing music and keep being honest with ourselves and our fans, grow our fan base and hopefully turn new people on to what we think is good music,” says King, adding with a laugh, “Oh, and become the biggest band in the world. Duh.”
Select Praise for We Search, We Dig
“Heavily textured metalcore that balances brutality with beauty”
“THE OVERSEER has burst onto the scene with a head turning and memorable debut… Unpredictable, noisy metal” -OUTBURN
“THE OVERSEER no doubt have a bright future ahead of them after this incredibly solid debut… a recipe that is one part atmospheric, one part heavy ,and all parts delectable. (4/5)” -INDIE VISION MUSIC
“An infectious blend of experimental rock and meal… Good stuff. No fluff. (4/5)” -HM
“We Search, We Dig is one of those albums that’s so impressive in its meshing of technicality, brutality, and passion for what they do that the only way I can describe it is ‘genius.’ (8.5/10)” -MIND EQUALS BLOWN