Stoneghost unleash video for new single ‘Raynardine’

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Fast-rising UK metal band Stoneghost have released a video to accompany their new single “Raynardine.”

The track is lifted from the London band’s debut album New Age Of Old Ways, released in April via the Mascot Label Group.

Speaking exclusively to the UK’s Metal Hammer magazine, Stoneghost say the song is “…unrelenting, dirty, aggressive and has a no nonsense attitude that could only be portrayed in a video that embodies all of these qualities. Filth goes hand in hand with this song. We knew the video needed to show the beast it is in its natural habitat. A grime-ridden dungeon.”

In our 7/10 review of New Age Of Old Ways Skin Back Alley said: “London’s fast-rising metal hopefuls Stoneghost have delivered a towering debut full of grunt and groove. From such promising beginnings are mighty metal careers forged. With a lot of hard work and a little luck it’s not too hard to imagine Stoneghost developing in to one of the UK’s heavy music finest.”

Check out the video for “Raynardine” below!

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Stoneghost stream new single ‘Raynardine’ ahead of release

Stoneghost 2015

UK metal merchants Stoneghost are streaming their new single ahead of it’s official release.

“Raynardine” is lifted from the London band’s debut album New Age Of Old Ways, released last month via the Mascot Label Group.

In our 7/10 review of the album Skin Back Alley said: “London’s fast-rising metal hopefuls Stoneghost have delivered a towering debut full of grunt and groove. From such promising beginnings are mighty metal careers forged. With a lot of hard work and a little luck it’s not too hard to imagine Stoneghost developing in to one of the UK’s heavy music finest.”

No pressure then.

Check out “Raynardine” via the stream below, and watch the band’s official video for previous single “Faceless Ghost” after that.


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