Islander debut Coconut Dracula

2014-06-30 by BillClinton | 5 Comments
Victory Records artist Islander have released a new music video for the song 'Coconut
Dracula'.

The song is the first single from their debut album, Violence and Destruction.

The album is due out on July 8th and pre-orders are available through the Victory Records
website.

Islander will be a part of this year's Mayhem Festival alongside Korn, Avenged Sevenfold and
many more.

You can check out the video here:



Tagged: Islander

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zaruyache
June 30th 2014
8656 Comments


Victory Records, Coconut Dracula, Korn... seems like a wi ning combination.

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TomAkaVeto
June 30th 2014
1738 Comments


sucks

ReAnimator
June 30th 2014
341 Comments


Lots of potential. Love the summery vibe

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RobotJesus
June 30th 2014
432 Comments


I dig this.

Dancedrewdance
July 1st 2014
1169 Comments


Just started getting into them, this video is kickass!



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