Vote for your favorite new music videos on Countdown to Oblivion

Vote for your favorite new music videos on Countdown to Oblivion

- By Ramon Gonzales

Sound off on which new heavy music video is the best of the week of week 14 and watch Countdown to Oblivion with Hardcore Keem weekdays at 4pm PT on the KNOTFEST Twitch Channel

If you love music videos like we love music videos, then Countdown to Oblivion has got to be your new weekday destination. Join our host Hardcore Keem Monday through Friday at 4pm PT for a rundown of the very latest in heavy music visuals from emerging sensations and established vets all in the same one hour broadcast.

In addition, each week KNOTFEST is giving the fans a chance to sound off and submit their votes to determine which music video takes home the bragging rights of the very best of the week, in a countdown show unlike any other. Stream the results live Thursday at 4pm PT/7pm ET on Knotfest Twitch.

The collection of this week's visuals offers an impressive aggregate that really underscores the versatility and overall health of the current state of heavy music. Among the recent additions include the latest from heavy goth trailblazers Unto Others in "Downtown" - a killer, dark track that properly introduces their forthcoming full length, Strength due out next month on Roadrunner Records.

Canadian deathcore juggernauts Brand of Sacrifice deliver their latest as well, with a brilliant short film for their crushing single "Enemy" which features a guest assist from Spencer Chamberlain of Underoath. Among the newest additions also include industrial heavyweights 3Teeth joint effort with punk provocateurs H09909 in "Paralyze," PNW heavy hardcore unit Dying Wish's banger, "Until Mourning Comes," and Deafheaven's melodically immersive "In Blur".

Among the fresh faces joining the motley crew of CTO include promising upstarts like beatdown specialists Zulu and their sledgehammer of a single in "Straight From Da Tribe of Tha Moon," modern deathcore horde Traitors and their banger "Menace II Society," Aussie art punks The Death Set and their spastic, sub 2-minute spaz in "Elephant," and the distorted decimation of Frontierer in the all out assault of "Glacial Plasma".

Plus, essential viewing from the likes of Papa Roach with Jason Aalon Butler of Fever 333, death metal OGs Internal Bleeding, a cinematic trip from Sleep Token, and gems from Alien Weaponry, Wage War, and Employed to Serve.

To vote for your favorite new music video of the week on Countdown to Oblivion - CLICK HERE

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