Top songs: Papa Roach claim No.1 spot in our latest Tracks Of The Week poll
5. Veto – Four To The Floor Veto, we hear, “ushered in a new era for Danish rock by taming the machines on their first two albums, while displaying spectrum and width on their third”. The albums in question are There’s A Beat In All Machines (2006), Crushing Digits (2008) and Everything Is Amplified (2011). However, the band recently “decided against the traditional album set-up/cycle” and instead will now be releasing EPs as soon as they’ve written a clutch of new songs. Sinus is the first of these EPs, and Four To The Floor is one of the tracks from it.
6. Coheed & Cambria – Domino The Destitute This track comes from C&C’s upcoming double concept album The Afterman, which will be released in two separate full-length volumes. The first, The Afterman: Ascension, will be available on both physical and digital platforms on October 8 and the second, The Afterman: Descension, is slated for release in February 2013. The video for Domino The Destitute is a dark, cinematic, eight-minute boxing epic. It was directed by Robert Schober, whose previous work includes videos for the likes of Metallica, The Killers, Mastodon and My Chemical Romance.
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