Never resting and always looking to better themselves, Better Left Unsaid is one of this year’s most determined hard rock bands to hit the airwaves. Making noise and making fans since 2003, the band has successfully honed their musical capabilities. HIP Video Promo is pleased to team with Epochal Artists Records to introduce the tantalizing video clip “She Needs Violence.”
California’s own hard rockers combine influences ranging from artists known as Testament, Pantera, Threat Signal, and Soilwork, but amongst these well known artists, Better Left Unsaid stand tall. In 2008, the band released their national debut The Fight Within on Stillborn Records, benefitting from critical acclaim as well as coverage on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. Their sophomore album Only the Dead to Witness followed in 2010 and established their “rhythmic pummeling sprinkled with melody that now defines the band’s sound.”
The summer of 2012 saw the band’s self-titled third successful album, which was followed by extensive touring. Better Left Unsaid has proven themselves a determined band with a musical drive that has landed them performances alongside other metal bands such as Killswitch Engage, Devildriver, 3 Inches of Blood, and Mushroomhead. The uncensored version of their new video clip “She Needs Violence” just recently premiered on Bloody-Disgusting.com, the #1 site for all things horror. Click here for the full bio!
HIP Video Promo proudly presents Brand New Machines’ newest video clip “Girls Like You” from the upcoming record The Devil Made Me Do It.
After a number of years spent in Michigan’s music scene, Brantly Thomspon decided to make a move back to the place where his dreams of rocking and rolling began—Texas. Earlier in his career, Thompson fronted multiple hard rock acts in the Dallas area, and eventually met bassist Wiley E. Oliver IV. Their visions were in tune, and in no time, the duo began writing and tracking songs.
Hailing from Dallas, TX, Brand New Machine is an American rock band that formed in 2010. Before landing their current successful lineup, the band released a limited edition EP. In late 2012, lead vocalist Brantly and Wiley, alongside drummer Kenny Sizelove, formed Brand New Machine; guitarist Michael Thomas put the icing on the cake, and the band is scheduled to release their debut album this month! During 2012, Brand New Machine supported multiple national acts including Guns N Roses and Vince Neil of Motley Crue. Earlier this year, the first single “Girls Like You” hit the airwaves, supporting the upcoming release of The Devil Made Me Do It, courtesy of the good folks at Epochal Artists Records.
“Girls Like You” is a song that echoes the most beloved music of all time—Rock ‘N Roll. The song is heavily influenced by classic and modern hair metal music, yet captures its own identity. Click here for the full bio!