Before we preview this weekend's slate of local metal & hard rock concerts, we have some more Shinedown concert videos to share on here that were uploaded after yesterday's post, and because I don't have quite enough to fill a single post, we have a bonus video from Sault Ontario that we recently alluded to on here, so read on below for what you should know (and see!)
Our first newer Shinedown videos today come from YouTube user Mara McLeod, who uploaded five videos from Sunday's concert at The Dreammaker's Theater at the Sault Michigan Kewadin Casino onto her YouTube channel yesterday! The videos are of the Jacksonville hard rockers playing their songs "I'll Follow You" and "Bully", plus their cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man" (and the pre-song cover teases in a separate video), but embedded below is the first footage of them playing "Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)" at the local concert! Filmed at a similar angle to encorevids' videos, albeit even more slanted, Mara has a solid angle of Zach Myers especially, and the audio quality's good (if muffled), but why is the "Diamond Eyes" video filmed in the vertical "cell phone" mode when the rest are at normal widescreen dimensions? Solid stuff, so check out more above and below, and also visit Mara's channel for Shinedown videos from a show in Saginaw earlier this year!
Also in new videos, Sault Ontario metal guitarist Neno Jovanovic (who you may remember from his inactive solo project) uploaded his first music-related video in over a year to his YouTube channel yesterday, and it's also from the Shinedown concert! This is of them playing their hit single "Bully", and though it's the most centered video we've seen from the show so far, the audio quality is extremely staticy, and it's very hard to hear the song aside from higher notes. Visually, it's a good look at the concert though, so check out Neno's video of "Bully" from Sunday night below!
Finally for new videos, Christopher Paci (whose first 3 videos from the show were mentioned yesterday) uploaded one more to his YouTube channel after that post went up on the site, and it's also of "Bully". The quality's no different than his other videos (slanted angle with zooming & solid audio of an "Amaryllis" song), but like his other clips from the show, there are portions that inexplicably sound muffled. I'll note that "Bully" was Shinedown's last song of the night, so that might explain why all YouTube users with public videos of this show (but one) filmed it, as it was their last chance. Check out Christopher's take of "Bully" below!
Finally for today, remember on Monday how we plugged the Facebook-only video of newer local classic metal band The Hydra's Teeth jamming their new original "Cinderella-Red Dress"? Well, guitarist Brendan Christie uploaded it to his YouTube channel on Monday, so now we can properly embed it here! Featuring most of their current lineup (new second guitarist Anthony Orazietti is absent), it's an instrumental take from the same spot as their past videos, and Late & Loud fans should appreciate the similar sounds and classic edge present here (remember though that it's an instrumental take.) Give "Cincerella-Red Dress" a look below!
That's all for today, but stay tuned for weekend concert previews TOMORROW! Thanks everyone!