New York-based director Kyle Thrash travelled to Buffalo, upstate New York last winter, to make this video for veteran metalcore band Every Time I Die - an astonishing document of the hard-bitten reality of life in the band's hometown.
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Awesome piledriving visuals for Grammy-nominated French heavy metal outfit Gojira - with performance footage shot on a thermal camera - by Drew Cox, who directed, shot and edited the piece over a few days during the band's recent UK tour. The intensity, and broad variety of imagery, reflects both his and the band's state having suffered deep personal loss.
Stuart Birchall has paired again with British metalcore Architects for A Match Made In Heaven, a politically-engaged music video with an aim to question Western foreign policy issues and also turn a critical spotlight on the materialistic aspects of Western culture.
The video features footage of warfare amongst symbolic shots of people being covered in what appears to be crude oil...
Matt Mahurin, who helped define the style and look of American music videos in the Nineties with his videos for the likes of Metallica and Tom Waits, has directed this video for heavy metal rockers Disturbed's take on the Simon & Garfunkel classic The Sound of Silence.
Roboshobo's video for Ghost's Cirice affects the style of a low-budget Seventies shocker - but could there have ever been a B-movie quite as strange as this? Well possibly... it all happens at a school talent show where a parade of dull acts is enlivened by a kid heavy metal outfit in masks and makeup - playing the unreconstructed metal-prog of Ghost.