1. MOURN – ‘Fun At The Geysers

Fun At the Geysers‘ is the latest video from the indie/punk MOURN‘s upcoming new album ‘Sorpresa Familia‘. The new album will be out on June 15th via Captured Tracks. The video that accompanies the new song is directed and edited by the quartet itself, with some ‘external’ aid.  The indie punk quartet comes from Cabrils, Spain and was formed back in 2013. The new track brings to mind the indie music of the past decades; And just makes you to want start jigging from excitement.

Eleftheria Gesou

  1. Black Tusk – ‘Agali

Black Tusk, -formed in 2005-, is an American (Savannah, Georgia) sludge metal band with lots of thrash and punk influences. Their sixth album ‘TCBT‘ is going to be released on August 17th via Season Of Mist.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. DEN – ‘Eclipse’

The second single from DEN‘s upcoming debut 12″ LP ‘Deep Cell‘ (15/06, Paradise Daily Records), is easily included in the category of the standout tracks, that from its initial seconds sound so familiar that you think you always knew. Yes, ‘Eclipse‘ is a sublime example of how modern “dark” music should sound like: Addictive, full of melody, and catchy as hell.

 Embrace the chaos…

Christos Doukakis

  1. The Lion’s Daughter – ‘Call The Midnight Animal

The Lion’s Daughter is a progressive/blackened sludge metal band from St. Louis, Missouri, formed in 2007. Their third album ‘Future Cult‘ is due to July 20th via Season Of Mist.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. Dive– ‘Let Me In

Let Me In‘ is probably the most popular off Dive‘s ‘Underneath‘ (2017, Out Of Line), and we feel really thrilled it finally got its very own special video by Blackswitch Labs (directed by: E Gabriel Edvy). Dirk Ivens (from the EBM prime-movers The Klinik) on ‘Let Me In‘ may sound more Dave Gahan than Dave himself, but the outcome is an audiovisual electro-heaven; So, just press the play button and move yourself!

Christos Doukakis

Compiled by Eleftheria Gesou, Mary Kalaitzidou & Christos Doukakis