Versus The Mirror recently took a break from touring to film their first video, for the song "Birthed By Architecture" from Home, their recent full-length for Equal Vision Records. Colter Freeman (Fall Of Troy) is directing the video. I don't know if anyone else knew but Gabe Borquez (the guitarist) used to write for AbsolutePunk.net. It looks like things are really coming together for the band so I just wanted to say congratulations!
As Blood Runs Black's music video for “My Fears have Become Phobias” can be seen here. The band is currently planning a full U.S. tour that will begin in August, more details and dates will be released soon. Until then, the band has the following shows planned:
Mustard Plug has posted their new video for their single "Over The Edge" on their MySpace page. The track comes from the Hopelessly Devoted To You: Volume 6 compilation, which is in stores now via Hopeless Records.
Gym Class Heroes' video for "New Friend Request" is up now on Myspace.com Music Videos. You can download it from The Fueled By Ramen Webstore as well. As if that weren't enough, you can also preorder their new album, As Cruel As School Children, for only $10.
If you live in the southern California area, make sure you request Gym Class Heroes and their new song 'The Queen And I' on the following stations:
You can find an exclusive video podcast from Catch 22 right here. The podcast features in-depth interviews with the band, a segment on the making of the band's new album, Permanent Revolution, as well as teaser footage of the band's new music video for "The Party Song." Additionally, a full-album stream of Permanent Revolution is taking place right now at VictorME, but you must be a registered member to listen.
Melee has posted a new video update on their MySpace page of them recording their new album with producer Howard Benson. The band finished drums and piano last week and will begin recording guitar and bass this week.
The following was submitted by one of our users: New Found Glory shot a video for their new single at a baseball field in Los Angeles today. About 40 people were were there, along with extras, and paid actors. There were multiple crowd shots and band performance shots taken, including shots from behind the crowd, everyone spread out on the field and everyone rushing the stage. All in all, there was about five hours worth of filming. You can expect MTV to air a "Making The Video" show in late July/early August.
Hit The Lights has just finished shooting the video for the first single, "Bodybag" with Todd Strauss-Schulson (Early November, Amen, Waking Ashland) in the desert outside the Palm Springs, CA area. Look for the video dropping this summer. In other news, HTL is teaming up w/ ELLEgirl.com and offering one lucky fan the opportunity to win tickets and backstage passes to the Pomona, CA Warped Tour stop on July 7th. The lucky fan will also be doing a live on camera interview with the band that will be posted on ELLEgirl.com - People can enter the contest here.