Borgeous And RUNAGROUND Break-Up Anthem “Better Anyway”

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Summer is right around the corner, and with all of the uplifting and party tracks that go with the season, also come the break-up anthems. Borgeous has teamed up once again with RUNAGROUND to release “Better Anyway”. The track gives hope for anyone at the end of a relationship by delivering uplifting chord progressions and

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Rezz Releases Collaboration with Underoath “Falling”

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Rezz revealed at the beginning of June that she would be releasing a collab with rock band Underoath called “Falling”. Now, the time has finally come and we have not only the single, but a music video for the track as well. The track perfectly combines Rezz’s signature synths with Underoath’s vocals and rock sound.

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Illenium and Jon Bellion deliver cosmic new visual for ‘Good Things Fall Apart’ [Watch]

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Illenium and Jon Bellion deliver cosmic new visual for ‘Good Things Fall Apart’ [Watch]Illenium Live

In a refreshing change of pace, Illenium and Jon Bellion star in their music video for recent breakout single “Good Things Fall Apart.” The duo promoted the video in costume on Twitter earlier in the week, and the full video is out now.

The video begins with the world coming to an end, and the camera pans in on Illenium and Bellion standing within a ship that has catapulted them into the galaxy and away from the dying planet. Illenium showcases his guitar playing abilities juxtaposed with Bellion’s svocals as the flight takes a chaotic turn. The duo perform the song mid-flight in between action-packed vignettes of the ship’s crew attempting to regain order in the cockpit. The video ends with a heartfelt message, “To those who have the courage to change the course we are on.”

Both the track and the music video are out now via Astralwerks.

Carnifex announce World War X album, unleash “No Light Shall Save Us” featuring Alissa White-Gluz: Stream

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California deathcore act Carnifex have announced their seventh studio album, World War X, which is out August 2nd via Nuclear Blast. Additionally, the band has shared the video for the lead single, “No Light Shall Save Us”, which features Arch Enemy vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (watch below).

The theatrical video was directed by Scott Hansen and features a dune-filled apocalypse that alludes to the song’s subject matter, as White-Gluz and the band perform amid a desert forever darkened. The track is patented Carnifex, from brutal, chugging breakdowns to technical deathcore speeds and tempo changes. White-Gluz provides a soaring vocal moment during the song’s final climax.

“Collaborating with Alissa on ‘No Light Shall Save Us’ was a joy from the start,” frontman Scott Ian Lewis said in a press release. “Alissa was able to elevate the song with a dynamic that’s completely new for Carnifex. There is a melody and depth on ‘No Light Shall Save Us’ unlike any previous Carnifex song. It’s the perfect start to your journey through World War X.”

Added White-Gluz: “With ‘No Light Shall Save Us’, I think Carnifex and I have been able to create a really special piece.”

World War X was co-produced by the band and Jason Suecof, who recorded and mixed the record at AudioHammer Studio with vocal tracking by Mick Kenney at The Barracks Studio. Blake Armstrong created the artwork. Pre-orders for the album are available direct from the band here.

Carnifex will hit the road headlining Summer Slaughter 2019 along with Cattle Decapitation, The Faceless, and more. Those dates are below and tickets are available here.

World War X Artwork:

Carnifex - World War X

World War X Tracklist:
1. World War X
2. Visions Of The End
3. This Infernal Darkness
4. Eyes Of The Executioner
5. No Light Shall Save Us featuring Alissa White-Gluz
6. All Roads Lead To Hell featuring Angel Vivaldi
7. Brushed By The Wings Of Demons
8. Hail Hellfire
9. By Shadows Thine Held

Summer Slaughter Tour 2019 Dates Feat. Carnifex, Cattle Decapitation, The Faceless, and More:
07/20 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
07/21 – Lincoln, NE @ Royal Grove
07/22 – Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood
07/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze
07/24 – Joliet, IL @ The Forge
07/25 – Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
07/26 – Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater
07/27 – Montreal, QC @ Heavy MTL Festival
07/29 – Cleveland, OH @ The Odeon
07/30 – Dayton, OH @ Oddbody’s
07/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
08/01 – New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge
08/02 – Providence, RI @ Fete Ballroom
08/03 – Easton, PA @ One Centre Square
08/04 – Baltimore, MD @ SoundStage
08/05 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
08/06 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
08/07 – Greenville, SC @ The Firmament
08/09 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live
08/10 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
08/11 – Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
08/13 – Mesa, AZ @ Club Red
08/14 – Los Angeles, CA @ 1720

Carnifex announce World War X album, unleash “No Light Shall Save Us” featuring Alissa White-Gluz: Stream
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Dillon Francis drops nail-biting music video for ‘Change Your Mind’ with lovelytheband

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Dillon Francis drops nail-biting music video for ‘Change Your Mind’ with lovelythebandDillon Francis Change Your Mind Preferred Press Shot By Lindsey Byrnes E1553870003361

Everyone’s favorite cool uncle, Dillon Francis, dropped the music video for his single, “Change Your Mind,” featuring iHeart Radio’s Best New Alternative Rock Artist of the year, lovelytheband.

The video showcases the 34th annual Pro Darts Tournament of the Flowers on PBSPN with professional host-with-the-most Rick Jambles (played by Francis) and his best friend and former pro-dart champion, Jackie D (played by Alison Becker) commentating. Dirk Duckland (Jimmy Tatro) and Maddie Gilmoore (Anna Akana) face off in an intense dart battle that takes a dark turn with a light upside. The music video was directed by Brandon Dermer whose worked with Panic! At The Disco, Diplo, and Steve Aoki.

After headlining Coachella and bringing lovelytheband on stage as a surprise guest, Francis announced a partnership with 20th Century Fox Television for an animated comedy series called Gerald’s World, based off his lovable piñata best friend and social media superstar.

Watch the beautifully shot visual for Avicii’s ‘Tough Love’

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Watch the beautifully shot visual for Avicii’s ‘Tough Love’Avicii Live With Guitar

Avicii has left us with a forthcoming posthumous album that’s shaping up to be defined by its versatility and diversity thanks to the stark difference between the first two singles released from the LP, due later this summer. TIM’s second single, “Tough Love,” showcases Bergling tapping into eastern influences, equipping the track with Indian-inspired instrumentals following his experiences traveling through the country, and now the song has an equally gripping visual accompaniment.

The “Tough Love” music video centers around the idea of a duet in stride. In Bergling’s original notes about the track, he wrote, “This one needs to be a duet. Coolest thing would be a real couple. Or a couple that have worked together enough to be almost considered a couple!” Based on the obvious chemistry between the video’s protagonists, Avicii’s vision for the track certainly came to life.

The music video centers in on a male and female dancer, who mirror each other’s dancing from across one another in the middle of a rock formation alongside the sea. The tension between the two builds as the video continues on and by the end of the video a larger group of dancers appear and join the couple. Watch the “Tough Love” visual below.

Photo by Sean Eriksson

Galantis and OneRepublic captivate with colorful new video for hit single ‘Bones’

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Galantis and OneRepublic captivate with colorful new video for hit single ‘Bones’Bones Music Video

Galantis and OneRepublic teamed up in early 2019 to release their radi friendly hit “Bones,” which has since racked up over 45 million streams on Spotify alone. As more electronic music producers such as Galantis team up with mainstream pop groups, the production values in the accompanying music videos has naturally skyrocketed. This is as apparent as ever now that Galantis and OneRepublic have released the visual counterpart to “Bones.”

The artists teamed up with director Spencer Hord for the video, and he comments on his interpretation of the “Bones” music video, saying, “We wanted to do something conceptually simple, but visually challenging. The goal was to create a literal representation of “Bones” with 3D animation, and merge these CG assets with a moody amusement park environment to create a surreal mixed-reality narrative. We shot the live action plates at Castle Park in Riverside—a small theme park in Southern California I grew up attending for various grade-school birthday parties. The location was much better than I remembered, and the production process became a nostalgic experience to say the least.”

The elaborate video tells the story of the attendees of an amusement park floating between the living and the dead, as they become skeletons at night within the vivid confines of the sensory illuminating surroundings.

Bonnie X Clyde Release New Music Video for Latest Track “The Good Life”

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Recently, Bonnie X Clyde released a new music video for their latest track “The Good Life.” If you couldn’t tell by the track’s title, the song is about taking some time to live your life to the greatest. The dance-pop beats compliment the song’s message phenomenally, influencing all those who listen to have fun at

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Salvatore Ganacci releases hilarious new OWSLA music video

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Salvatore Ganacci releases hilarious new OWSLA music videoSalvatore Ganacci

You might know Salvatore Ganacci from his creative and infectious dance moves behind the decks, most notably at Tomorrowland. The Swedish producer released an equally funny music video for his new single, “Horse,” released off Skrillex‘s OWLSA label.

The visuals for “Horse” continue off the enigmatic DJ’s performance energy with the animal-whispering Salvatore rushing to save his friends from the abrasive humans.

The song is a tribute to raving in the ’90s with the throbbing kick and riding high hat. Going back to Ganacci’s youth was vital for capturing his one-of-a-kind persona, which also included hiring his childhood friend as the director, who runs the production company Business Club Royale.

This May, Ganacci’s will make his EDC Las Vegas debut along with a hefty tour schedule in Europe this summer. He also recently released the high-energy bass house track “Cake” with Megatone off Big Beat’s Ignition Compilation series.

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Gesaffelstein unveils sleek new ‘Blast Off’ music video

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Gesaffelstein unveils sleek new ‘Blast Off’ music videoGesaffelstein One Point Eight

Released as a single from the late Hyperion, Gesaffelstein‘s first album since 2014, “Blast Off” is a testament to the sleek, high profile nature of the project. Featuring Pharrell Williams, the track’s clean bassline and airy synths drum up images of an oddly familiar, though far off futuristic world–and now there’s a music video to match.

The video jumps back and forth between close-up shots of Pharrell’s emotive singing and Gesaffelstein’s light-laced outfit. Fitting the track’s dark but effortlessly glossy style, the video takes a sudden turn, with Matrix-like sceneries growing more frightful and intense with every frame.