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The New MTV Video Roundup Ep. 19: Disperse, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, For All Those Sleeping, Starkill, Destruction Unit

Get eXposed Music Brian Campbell
2/10/2013 12:00pm EST


With so many excellent videos floating around, sometimes you just cant get to them all, but we here at Get eXposed Music surely can. As we continue to pick up the slack for MTV (even though they still have a Music Video Awards show for some reason), use these videos to enrich your life with the sound of music (of something hokey like that).

Disperse - "Enigma Of Abode"

Fast-rising progressive quartet DISPERSE have unveiled their first music video. The video, for the track.,"Enigma of Abode" off of their forthcoming Season of Mist debut 'Living Mirrors' is available for viewing here.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra - "So Good At Being In Trouble"

To coincide with today's release of their brand new record II, Unknown Mortal Orchestra is sharing the music video for "So Good At Being In Trouble" starring actor and musician Chris Mintz-Plasse alongside Ruban Nielson. The clip, directed by Danny Perez (known for his extensive work with Animal Collective and Black Dice), provides a perfect visual representation of the song's warm psychedelia.

For All Those Sleeping - "Mark My Words"

For All Those Sleeping has premiered their hilarious new music video for single "Mark My Words." Directed by Cody Blue Snider, the video features the band as 7-year-olds causing chaos at their 4th grade talent show.

Starkill - "Fires of Life"

Chicagoland-based Starkill has launched a new video for the track "Fires of Life." Featuring a unique blend of symphonic black metal, power metal, and melodic death metal, "Fires of Life" is the title track from the band's upcoming full-length effort, which is due out April 29th in Europe and April 30th in North America via Century Media Records.

Destruction Unit - "Evil Man"

The video for "Evil Man" was shot by The Ascetic House Collective over a period of two years. In the video, you get a tour of the current state of Aleister Crowley's Abbey of Thelema, the commune he lived at with his devotees in Cefalu, Italy. Founded by Crowley in 1920, it served as an "anti-monastery" where he worked on his writings and rituals until he was expelled by Mussolini in 1923. You'll also see clips of the Ascetic House crew spending rounds in the Sonoran Desert, spending an evening on the roof of the 538 Johnson warehouse space in Brooklyn, and spending a morning at Hermannplatz U-Bahn station in Neukolln, Berlin. Plus some brief glimpses of the Stuttgart countryside, the city of Sicily, a Berlin cemetery and more.

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