00:49 - Sun Shiny If you hover on the link you can see the address he's sending you to, it's just an MS review. I got the same notice from Mozilla, but you can add it to the "exception" list, nothing to worry about. :)))
00:48 - Karlabos That's weird. Coz the link actually told me MS was malicious. And it seems the URL doens't have the https anymore (if there was before, I don't remember =P)
00:46 - J. N. Metal Storm is now malicious. Sweet.
00:38 - Karlabos Yeah he posted a freaking virus on the SB. Ban him. I lost all my HD
00:36 - Risto PocketMetal: Who is it? Chrome claims the page is malicious :x
"Empires (Part 2)", the new video from the veteran all-girl Canadian metal outfit Kittie, can be seen below.
The track comes off of the band's sixth album, I've Failed You, which will be released on August 30th via eOne Music. The album was recorded at Beach Road Studios in Goderich, Ontario, Canada. The band once again worked with producer Siegfried "Siggy" Meier, who helmed Kittie's last album, In The Black, released in 2009.
"Call To Arms", the new video from British heavy metal legends Saxon can now be watched over at this location.
"Call To Arms" is the title track off the band's 19th (!) studio album, which was released in Europe in June and will be released in North America on September 27th through Militia Guard Music, UDR & EMI. More album details were previously reported over here.
"That Fire", the new video from Miami-based hard-rock quartet Black Tide can now be watched over at this location.
The clip was directed by Paul R. Brown (Stone Sour, Slipknot, Korn, Godsmack, Avenged Sevenfold) in Los Angeles and features a live performance of the song, while lead singer Gabriel Garcia deceives his future bride with her bridesmaids.
"It's for the dudes that have girlfriends on the side," explains bassist Zakk Sandler.
"That Fire" comes off the band's upcoming new album, entitled Post Mortem, which will be released on August 23rd through DGC/Interscope Records.
"Wot We Do", the new video from Seattle progressive heavy metallers Queensrÿche can now be watched below.
The clip footage from the group's 2010 Queensrÿche Cabaret tour, with the band performing their hits and never-heard-before selections accompanied by go-go dancers, burlesque dancers, drag queens, a juggler, ballet dancer, trapeze artist, a contortionist and others.
"Wot We Do" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled Dedicated To Chaos, which will be released on June 28th in North America through Loud & Proud Records, a Roadrunner Records imprint focusing on established artists. More album details were previously reported over here.
"Man In The Middle", the new video from hard-rock supergroup Black Country Communion can be watched below. The clip was directed by Davin Maske and produced by Kevin Shirley of J&R Adventures
"Man In The Middle" comes off the band's upcoming new album, simply entitled 2, which will be released in Europe on June 13th through Mascot Records and in North America on June 14th through the J&R Adventures label.
"The Great Pretender", the new video from Swedish industrial metal band Pain, can now be watched below.
The video for "Dirty Woman" can still be watched over at this location.
"The Great Pretender" comes off the band's upcoming new album You Only Live Twice, which was released last week in Europe and will be out on June 21st in North America through Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
"Heaven Nor Hell" is the brand-new video of Danish rockers Volbeat. You can watch the clip at Rocktube.
The song comes off the band's recently released Beyond Hell/Above Heaven. The album will be released digitally in the U.S. on November 9 and as a physical CD on December 15. Beyond Hell/Above Heaven was released in Germany on September 10 and in the rest of Europe on September 13 via Vertigo/Universal. Album samples of the new Volbeat album can be found at this location. More album details are available here.
The new video of Spanish thrashers Angelus Apatrida, called "Blast Off", can be watched below. The clip was directed and produced by Stuff & Nonsense and directors Adriana Lorente and Sara Cort. The track is taken from the album Clockwork, released in June through Century Media. The album landed at position No. 44 on the official Spanish charts.
"Hunter's Season", the new live video from Kamelot's latest release Poetry For The Poisoned bonus DVD, which features on the deluxe edition of the album, can now be watched below. The album saw an early September release through earMUSIC/Edel.