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Centuries have premiered a video from their second LP, The Lights Of This Earth Are Blinding out now through Southern Lord. Set to the album track ‘May Love Be With You Always’, the video was filmed and edited by Derrick Flanagin, and uses footage from Germany, Italy, Austria, India, Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan.

In the band’s words, "the video is about human movement and the constant inertia we experience, frequently without taking time to properly reflect on it. Things we see, people we meet, places we go, stories we are told; events that are so fleeting they often don’t become catalogued in our memory and will forever exist only in that moment."

Watch the video below – tour dates in full after.

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CENTURIES EUROPEAN TOUR WITH PORTRAYAL OF GUILT:

28/04/18 GER Greifswald Klex

29/04/18 SWE Gothenburg Sekten

30/04/18 SWE Stockholm Firestorm Fest

01/05/18 SWE Malmö

02/05/18 DK Copenhagen

03/05/18 GER Hamburg

04/05/18 NL Amsterdam/Utrecht Fest

05/05/18 GER Cologne Privat

06/05/18 BE Antwerp Kavka

07/05/18 FR Paris La Comedia Michelet

08/05/18 CH / FR

09/05/18 GER Stuttgart Juha West

10/05/18 GER Bielefeld/GER Weimar

11/05/18 GER Berlin Miss the Stars Fest

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12/05/18 CZ Prague **

13/05/18 AT Vienna Venster 99 **

14/05/18 HRO Zagreb AKC Attack **

15/05/18 IT Bolzano Bunker Youth Center TBA **

16/05/18 AT Innsbruck DeCentral **

17/05/18 GER Regensburg Alte Mälzerei **

18/05/18 GER Darmstadt Oettinger Villa **

19/05/18 GER Leipzig/Halle **

**Dates without Centuries. Portrayal Of Guilt only

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South London duo VLMV (FKA Alma) have announced their new album ‘Stranded, Not Lost’ will be released on Fierce Panda on the 16th Feb.

They’ve shared this exciting news with new music in the form of beautiful single ‘All These Ghosts’ with an accompanying live video shot at The Nave in Leeds.

VLMV is made up of Pete Lambrou of Codes In The Clouds & Monsters Build Mean Robots and Ciaran Morahan, also of Codes In The Clouds. They’ve describe themselves as "ambient-ish, post-something” their music is beautiful and spacious ambient post-rock.

‘Stranded, Not Lost’ is a gorgeous and moving record replete with the kind of brooding, ambient soundscapes, soaring vocals and crashing intensity that have earned the band a small legion of dedicated fans and recent tours supporting the likes of post-rock stalwarts Nordic Giants.

You can see the video for ‘All These Ghosts’ here:

We like Rachel Mason here at AA. Her latest offering, a stand-alone release apart from her recent album Das Ram, is a sample-soaked collage that laves no question over her stance on the current President of the US. It’s not surprising it’s racking up the hits on YouTube. It certainly gets our vote… and you can watch it here:

The French industrial-goth metal group Porn released their third album, The Ogre Inside, in October. The third video from it, for the slow-burning and atmospheric 9-minute title track, now appears on the same day as an EP of remixes of the song by Aura Shred, Heartlay and An Erotic End Of Times, entitled Inside the Ogre Inside.      

Band leader Philippe Deschemin explains : “The video was shot in Los Angeles in October. It follows the duality pattern that was noticeable in our previous video for ‘You Will Be The Death Of Me’, with alternating shots of two people, a male and female. The male is trapped in a sort of prison or factory cell, a small and darkened room, and condemned to work on basic machinery in a laborious routine. In an adjoining cell is the female, doomed to the same fate. The factory cells represent their lack of communication and the machines represent the routine of a relationship. We wanted to create a metaphorical version of a doomed relationship, one without soul and feelings."     

Watch the video here:

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Porn Inside

Awake in the night, the Danish duo AyOwA go searching their sub conscious to the haunting lyrics of Danish writer Mette Moestrup.  ‘Insomnia’ is the first single from their forthcoming EP ‘Farvel’, to be released in May 2018 on Copenhagen label Music For Dreams. Based on their trademark electronic approach, but this time with many acoustic elements, the duo goes exploring new sides of their nordic, dark, and moving electronic songs.

Watch the video to ‘Insomnia’ here:

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AyOwA - Insomnia

Japanese power trio Boris share a Goth-Trad reconstruction of ‘DEADSONG’, a track from their latest album release, Dear (Sargent House). Check it here:

Boris head out on the road on a co-headlining tour of Europe with Amenra next year, including a number of UK shows. Dates below.

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BORIS & AMENRA CO-HEADLINE TOUR DATES

14/02 – Bristol, Thekla, UK

15/02 – London, Heaven, UK

16/02 – Norwich, Arts Centre, UK

17/02 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms, UK

18/02 – Manchester, Gorilla, UK

19/02 – Glasgow, St. Lukes, UK

20/02 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK

21/02 – Lille, Aeronef, FR

22/02 – Oberhausen, Drucklufthaus, DE *No Boris on this show

23/02 – Dresden, Beatpol, DE

24/02 – Warsaw, Progresja, PL

25/02 – Prague, Palac Akropolis, CZ

26/02 – Budapest, A38, HU

27/02 – Ljubljana, Kino Siska, SL

28/02 – Bologna, Locomotiv, IT

01/03 – Rome, Monk, IT

02/03 – Milan, Santeria Social Club, IT

03/03 – Karlsruhe Jubez, DE

04/03 – Haarlem, Patronaat, NL

Having recently announced that their new album Anatomical Venus will be released early next year, Black Moth have shared the first single from the record in the form of the psychedelic video for ‘Moonbow’, directed by Ben Foley (Foley previously worked with BM on their spectacularly kinky ‘Looner’ clip, 2015).

Vocalist Harriet Hyde comments:

‘It is an ode and an offering to the moon herself, in the hope that she will shine her silver blessings on Mothic ventures to follow. Ben Foley’s directorial work with us has gone from Looner to Lunar. His deft creative touch on ‘Moonbow’ drags the viewer with us through a psychedelic neon dreamscape – an intoxicating experience of lunar worship’

While their first 2 albums were released by New Heavy Sounds, Black Moth will have their latest / third studio album issued worldwide via Candlelight Records on February 23rd 2018, the result of an alliance between Candlelight and NHS.

Produced by Andy Hawkins (Hawk Eyes, Maximo Park) with Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir) handling the mix, this 10-track affair sees the Leeds / London outfit – vocalist Harriet Hyde, guitarists Jim Swainston & Federica Gialanze’, bassist Dave Vachon and drummer Dom McCready –  further honing the various elements of their sound to make the hooks more barbed and the focus more collective.

Lead single ‘Moonbow’ provides the first taste of things to come, successfully combining wide-eyed wonder with true metallic weight, the whole thing supported by the aforementioned clip that delivers from the off in both intensity and colour. Watch the video here:

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