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New Found Glory reveal a new music video, August Burns Red go behind the scenes of their latest, marionette-laden clip, and Slipknot give a peek at their new movie. Check out some of the news you might have missed today below.

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New Found Glory sound their voices

New Found Glory drop their new music video for “The Sound Of Two Voices” (from this year's Makes Me Sick album) over at Billboard today, the song an examination of addiction. “Those who have to struggle with addiction in their lives know the 'You only live once' mentality doesn’t really work,” says guitarist Chad Gilbert. “You can only do that for so often before you’re self-destructive.”

“So in the video, it's a take on Jordan [Pundik, vocalist] being on our album cover, ” Gilbert explains of the band's creative vision for the new clip. “[He's] throwing different temptations down and a fish on the surface want[s] to take a bite out of them. But the other fish are like, 'No, man. I know it might look like it'll be good for you in life, but that's not the way you want to go down.'”

August Burns Red become puppets

August Burns Red take you behind the scenes of their latest video for “Invisible Enemy.” Have a look, above, at the process behind the band becoming puppets! The group's new album Phantom Anthem is due out on Oct. 6. (via Rock Sound)

Slipknot paint the town red

Slipknot release a new live video for “Vermillion,” taken from footage of the band at Knotfest Mexico 2015 in their new concert documentary film, Slipknot: Day of The Gusano. It's coming out on home video on Oct. 20. (via Theprp.com)

Glass Houses launch their legacy

Glass Houses tackle the “Heirlooms” in their new music video, revealed today over at New Noise Magazine. “The song is about using history to learn from instead of attempting to live in,” says Glass Houses frontman Josh Haider. “People see the past through rose tinted glasses which obscure its faults.”

Leave The Universe play hide and seek

Leave The Universe unleash a fresh, new music video for their intense, earnest track “If You Find Me.” The clip was shot and produced by Leave The Universe's vocalist, Cameron Cole. Watch it above, and find the band on Facebook here.

Modern Chemistry take the show on the road

Modern Chemistry will hit the road this fall for a brief tour of the Eastern U.S. with Secret Space. Check out the complete list of cities and dates below!

Modern Chemistry tour dates:
10/25 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Smiling Moose *
10/26 – Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary *
10/27 – Chicago, IL @ Township *
10/28 – Columbus, OH @ Middle Earth *
10/29 – Cleveland, OH @ Mahall's Locker Room *
10/31 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown *
11/01 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade *
11/03 – Murrells Inlet, SC @ Rockin' Hard Saloon *
11/04 – Richmond, VA @ The Foreman House *
11/05 – Attleboro, MA @ Patterson Creations *
11/07 – West Haven, CT @ The Cave *
11/08 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Kingsland *
* with Secret Space

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