Best rock videos that 2016 has delivered so far…

2016 promises to be a big year for rock music! New music will be coming from Lacey Sturm, Alter Bridge, Slash, The Offspring, Green Day, Dream Theater, Korn, Megadeth, Linkin Park, Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, Avenged Sevenfold, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Metallica!

Whoever said rock music is dead never had a look at that line-up!

The past two months have seen quite a few rock music videos which you can lose yourself to.

Black Stone Cherry – “In Our Dreams”

Black Stone Cherry is back with their up-and-coming album “Kentucky”. Watch their latest video for their new single “In Our Dreams” with an interesting concept of people living under water in terrible conditions under the rule of a dictator. See what happens next:

 

Halestorm – “Mayhem”

Exactly the song you will expect with “Mayhem” as a title. Halestorm throw everything they have in the execution of this song, an adrenaline fuelled, fist-pumping track that is sure to make any rock music fan happy!

 

 

Against The Current – “Outsiders”

Chrissy Constanza charms the crowd during a live performance captured to serve as a music video for their single “Outsiders” filmed at their sold-out London show.

 

 

Falling In Reverse – “Chemical Prisoner”

Ronnie Radke told Loudwire.com that he had the most fun shooting this video and they made use of his dad’s motorcycle club. It was shot in Ronnie’s home town of Vegas. An intense song that will keep you coming back for more.

 

New Years Day – “I’m About To Break You”

A creepy yet stylistic video for New Years Day’s song “I’m About To Break You”. A fun, hard rock song that I can just imagine myself singing along to in the car and maybe head-banging at the traffic light! 😀 The video reminds me of Mad Max, which is definitely a good thing!

 

PVRIS – “You and I”

“You and I” by PVRIS is probably the tamest song on this list, but the band is on fire at the moment and they have recently released a slew of music videos. I just admire Lynn Gunn’s haunting, silky voice and I love the arty, gothic style of the video. I’m really excited for the what the band’s future holds in store!

 

 

I hope that we will share many more rock music moments in 2016!

 

Rock Regards,

 

Lauren Kruger

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