Let's kick off May with a massive A/V Roundup shall we? April showers bring May music, and here's all the new music and video clips you need to know about:
Why hello there, bootleg of a new Baroness track, please come in, make yourself comfortable.
Marilyn Manson's new album, Born Villan comes out today. You can stream the whole thing at AOL.com if you choose to. The stream features the bonus track, "You're So Vein" which features Johnny Depp playing guitars on the track. We know how much those two love each other.
Check out some killer footage of The Melvins performing in Philly as shot by Last Call with Carson Daly. Some of the best Melvins footage out there.
A lyric video for a new Six Feet Under track is now streaming at Bloody Disgusting.
Tenacious D have made their third album, Rize of the Fenix available for streaming. I'm not sure how I feel about it yet, but nothing will ever match their debut album.
Periphery frontman Spence Sotelo is quite the outgoing character and has a pretty rippin' voice. And when you put a drunk dude in a place with karaoke, what happens? Kelly Clarkson songs! That's what. Check this out:
The new season of Metalocalypse premiered this week, as did co-creator Brendon Small's new solo album, Galaktikon. You can stream the whole sucker, painfully, here. I say painfully, because you have to hit play for each track, as opposed to one coherent playlist. Good work, Technorati.
Oh look, a full concert video of Fear Factory performing with their new lineup. Pretty crushing!
One-half of Argonauts used to be in Burnt By The Sun, so I guess it makes sense that they're covering old BTTS songs.