Going through my playlist at the end of a work week is like the toast to the weekend. YouTube playlists and subscriptions coming out my ears so sometimes it's rather hard to follow each upload unless doing a round up such as this. I hope this will make the starting of your weekend energetic, whether you are going into work or escaping from it.
Apologies in advance for those who loathe my video articles but there are just too many great clips out there to ignore. So if you do not have the bandwidth to watch this video, then too bad! Hahaha just kidding.
So for the slower connections just load the article, go for a coffee/glass of water, return, play and enjoy! This will surely be one of my playlists for the end of the work day and hopefully doesn't keep your eyes glued to the screen for too long. Cheers and happy Friday!
*NOTE: There are hyperlinks in each title in case you want to stream directly from YouTube*
We Like Humans - Homebound:
Check out more from We Like Humans on their Pledge Music campaign.
Anberlin - Stranger Ways:
"Stranger Ways" is taken from Anberlin's latest and FINAL album titled "Lowborn", which is out on July 22nd, 2014 via Tooth & Nail Records.
Alice In Chains - Would? (Live on Guitar Center Sessions):
The Valley Ends - Transoceanic:
The Valley Ends will debut their EP "Falls" in the next few weeks over at their Bandcamp profile.
CASUALTIES OF COOL - Flight:
"You know, the other things that I've done have been as well in their own right, 'Epicloud', 'Deconstruction' and 'Addicted!', but there was an agenda with those, I was trying to say something with them or I was trying to prove a point, make a statement about the past or whatever. CASUALTIES is something that I've done without any pressure, without anybody telling me what to do, without showing it to anyone, it's just what evolved when I wasn't thinking about it. As a result of that, I'm incredibly proud of it, but it remains to be seen whether or not other people will resonate with it. I think they will, man. I think it's fucking awesome, and I mean, I haven't smoked weed in a long time but I can't imagine that it wouldn't be awesome while you're smoking." -Townsend
Sleepwave - Through The Looking Glass:
Sleepwave's upcoming album "Broken Compass" will be released on September 16th, 2014 via Epitaph Records.
Within The Ruins - Gods Amongst Men:
"Gods Amongst Men" is taken from Within The Ruins' latest album "Phenomena" which was released on July 22nd, 2014 via E1 Music
Gus G. - Blame It On Me:
The song is taken from Gus' debut solo album, "I Am The Fire", which was released on March 18th, 2014 via Century Media Records.
War Of Ages - From Ashes:
"Supreme Chaos" was released on July 22nd, 2014 via Facedown Records
Darkest Hour - By The Starlight (feat. DRÆMINGS):
"By The Starlight" is taken from Darkest Hour's upcoming self-titled album which will be released on August 5th, 2014 via Sumerian Records.
Chelsea Grin - Clockwork:
"Clockwork" is featured on Chelsea Grin's latest album "Ashes To Ashes", which was released on July 15th, 2014 via Artery Records.
Overkill - Bitter Pill:
"Bitter Pill" is taken from Overkill's latest album "White Devil Armory", which is due out on July 22nd, 2014 via Nuclear Blast Records.
TesseracT - April (Live at Sonisphere 2014):
TesseracT welcoming back their former vocalist Dan Tompkins to the fold as they perform their hit single "April" at the 2014 Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth House, UK.
Angel Vivaldi - //._ _ _ _:
AFGM - Away With Words: An Interview With Angel Vivaldi
Check out some more amazing shredding from Angel Vivaldi on his latest release "Away With Words", which was released on March 11th, 2014 and is available here.
Stone Sour - The House Of Gold & Bones (Lyric Video):
AFGM: House Of Gold & Bones
AFGM: House Of Gold & Bones - Part 2
The track is taken from "House Of Gold & Bones - Part 2", which was released on April 9th, 2014 via Roadrunner Records.
Illuminist - Casual (Lyric Video):
The debut album for Illuminist, "F**k My Life", will be available in early 2015. You can download this single from his bandcamp profile.
Darkest Hour - The Misery We Make (Audio):
"The Misery We Make" is taken from Darkest Hour's upcoming self-titled album which will be released on August 5th, 2014 via Sumerian Records.