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New Music Video "To Your Brethren In The Dark" Released By Satyricon

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Norway's Satyricon released the new video clip for "To Your Brethren In The Dark" courtesy of Metal Injection at this location, or even easier - just down in the player below. The song is taken from the band's latest album "Deep calleth upon Deep," which was released on September 22nd via Napalm Records.

Speaking about the new video, frontman and band visionary, Satyr tells us, "I wanted 'To your brethren in the dark' to be a director's interpretation of the song, rather than a band performance type of thing. Seeing what we do through the eyes of another artist is always interesting to me and just like the song, the video has become a little bit of a journey on it's own. 'To your brethren in the dark' is definitely one of the flagship songs on the record. It is about emotion, our nature, the spirits, the autumn, the sombre and rainy days, those who we lost and the ones who we have not met yet. You could say it is a tribute to the sorrow in man and to the drama of the nature we surround ourselves with. A song for the dark towers of the past and those who will rise in the future. Pass the torch to your brethren in the dark."

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1. coldiem writes:

That is one weak-ass sounding kick drum.

# Oct 19, 2017 @ 11:37 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. Drum_Junkie writes:

^ You're complaining about the sound quality of a black metal song? LMAO

Seriously though, that is pretty bad. I almost seems like Frost was forced to play on an old Ringo Star model. The whole kit was poor sounding.

# Oct 19, 2017 @ 12:42 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. coldiem writes:

Haha. I often joke that a lot of black metal sounds like it was recorded at the top of the basement steps with a solitary room mic.

This certainly isn't that bad, but yeah. I get that it's the "thing to do" these days (to go "au naturel" with the kick drum) but it's a tough pill to swallow for me. Haha. I like a nice beefy kick sound.

# Oct 19, 2017 @ 4:38 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. Alb hell writes:

Hate this drag quenns with styricon name
Midgets , drag quenss: black metal.
Crap now , belongs in toilet vocals .

I like death metal vocals but this are crap toilet.

Cooment midgets and witches??

Rooooaaaar!

# Oct 20, 2017 @ 12:33 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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5. Drum_Junkie writes:

I'm with ya on the kick sound. Going natural isn't bad, if you know what you're doing. I prefer to get that beefy sound from the drum itself, instead of relying on studio magic. My own bass drum has no muffling, just head and beater selection with good tuning. Bolting two back-to-back doesn't hurt either. ;)
No complaints from sound guys either. Sounds like a cannon.

Frost is a good drummer, but judging by different videos I've seen, he doesn't spend much time tuning.

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