Black Lace New York: The Best Heavy Metal Music Videos

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Looking for the best heavy metal music videos? Look no further than Black Lace New York! We’ve got the latest and greatest metal music videos, all in one place.


Black Lace New York is the best place to find heavy metal music videos. We have a wide selection of videos from all the best metal bands, and we’re always adding new videos.

We’ve got music videos from Slipknot, Metallica, Slayer, Lamb of God, Anthrax, Megadeth, Motorhead, and many more. If you’re a fan of metal music, Black Lace New York is the place for you.

What is black lace New York?

Black Lace New York is a website that specializes in heavy metal music videos. The website was founded in 2010 by brothers Joe and John Domanico. Black Lace New York has been featured in MetalSucks, Blabbermouth, and Loudwire.

The best heavy metal music videos

Black Lace New York is a site that specializes in finding and curating the best heavy metal music videos. They have a team of experts who comb through hours of footage to find the best of the best, and then they post it on their site for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re a fan of metal music or just want to see some awesome visuals, Black Lace New York is the place to go.

“The Trooper” by Iron Maiden

“The Trooper” is a song by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It was released as the lead single from their 1983 album Piece of Mind. The song was written by bassist Steve Harris.

The song is Iron Maiden’s most popular in the United States, peaking at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984. In 2009, it was voted VH1’s 40th Greatest Metal Song of All Time. In 2018, Loudwire ranked it as the ninth greatest metal song of all time.

The music video for “The Trooper” was directed by Julien Temple and filmed in May 1983 near Madrid, Spain. It features Maiden members Eddie, Harris, and guitarist Dave Murray dressed as Napoleonic soldiers, interspersed with footage of a live performance of the song.

“Aces High” by Iron Maiden

“Aces High” is a song written by Steve Harris for the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It is the opening track on their 1984 album Powerslave and was released as the second single from the album in September 1984. The song remains one of Iron Maiden’s most popular songs, whose live performances often feature an aerial dogfight between Eddie, the band’s mascot, and a Spitfire.

The song is one of Iron Maiden’s most popular live songs, and has been included in every setlist on every tour since its debut in 1984. The song was also included on the 1985 live album Live After Death and has been played at nearly every concert since. The song was also featured on the 2006 live album A Matter of Life and Death.

“2 Minutes to Midnight” by Iron Maiden

“2 Minutes to Midnight” is a song by the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released as their eleventh single on 6 September 1984. It was written by bassist Steve Harris. It is notable for being the first single by the band to enter the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it peaked at number 11, and was also Maiden’s first music video.

The song is about the threat of nuclear war. The title refers to the Doomsday Clock, which at the time of the song’s writing (and release), was two minutes to midnight, signifying the imminent threat of nuclear war. The song was written in response to the growing tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union during the early 1980s, and is one of Maiden’s most political songs.

The single was accompanied by a music video directed by Bruce Gowers, which received heavy rotation on MTV in late 1984 and early 1985. The video features a live performance of the song intercut with footage of news reports and political leaders from various countries during the Cold War era.


After careful consideration, we have come to the conclusion that the best heavy metal music videos are those that feature intense performances by the band, as well as visually stunning images that capture the dark and brooding atmosphere of the genre. Additionally, we believe that the videos should be able to stand on their own as mini-movies, rather than simply being promotional tools for the band or song. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of what we believe to be the top 10 heavy metal music videos of all time.

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