New Deathstars video

2014-04-29 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 10 Comments
Swedish industrial rockers Deathstars have released a video for their new song "All The Devils Toys". The track is from their upcoming, fourth studio album, titled The Perfect Cult, which will be out on June 13 in Europe and on June 24 in the US via Nuclear Blast Records. The upcoming album is their first in five years and is being promoted as the band's most dramatic work yet.


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ASnideReturns
April 29th 2014
5992 Comments


Band always has amazing music videos, not too much a fan of the song though. I don't think these guys will ever top Night Electric Night. Death Dies Hard is such a great song.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
April 29th 2014
8497 Comments


Yeah they definitely make an effort with their vids, which is much appreciated by many I'm sure. I like the song quite a bit too, it's really catchy and I find these guys to be fun listening. I like the band's style in general, but Night Electric Night was too inconsistent for me. If the upcoming one will be better in that regard, I'll be content.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
April 29th 2014
16786 Comments


oh hey this is the band with that really, really talented drummer who used to be in dissection

edit - nvm guess he left the band too bad

ASnideReturns
April 29th 2014
5992 Comments


Synthetic Generation and Termination Bliss were both great (I have both at a 3.5) but I have Night Electric Night at a 4.5, sure it was inconsistent but the standout material on that album... REALLY stood out. The atmosphere was far more engaging, for me anyway.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
April 29th 2014
8497 Comments


I found the atmosphere of NEN to be pretty much identical to that of Termination Bliss haha. I haven't listened to Deathstars in a long time though, so my memories might very well be outdated. I'll probably dust off my copies tomorrow. But yeah, I remember enjoying Termination Bliss a lot more as a whole.

@Kyle
Yeah, how the times (and styles) have changed for him. But, I'm one of the few people who enjoys both acts, so I'm not complaining haha.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
April 29th 2014
16786 Comments


he laid down some crazy fills on Storm of the Light's Bane, plus his beats seemed quite atypical and very technical

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
April 29th 2014
8497 Comments


He lays down some laid-back fills here haha.

Diamondize
April 29th 2014
1367 Comments


Finally coming out with something new. Song was kind of disappointing considering how long it's been since NEN, but I'm still optimistic.

DarkNoctus
April 30th 2014
9239 Comments


i love the fact that deathstars are still around because somewhere the dude from dissection is rolling in his grave at the fact his brother is doing music videos like this

wonderful

RoyalImperialGuard
April 30th 2014
1569 Comments


Decent song, im stoked for the new album nonetheless.



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