Kataklysm Premieres New Video For "Taking The World By Storm" Online
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ATAKLYSM's video for the track "Taking The World By Storm" has premiered exclusively on MySpace Metal (also embedded below).
The clip was shot and directed by David Brodsky (www.mgenyc.com) and comes off the group's upcoming album, Prevail, which is set to be released on May 23 (Europe) and May 27 (North America).
KATAKLYSM vocalist Maurizio Iacono states:
“It was a true pleasure to work with David on this video, his level of professionalism is outstanding and his vision is great. We had fun filming this video although we froze our fucking balls off for 12 hours! David really captured the energy and apocalyptic feel of the track and the song is definitely one of my favorites on the album. Enjoy!"
Director David Brodsky had this to say:
“Working with KATAKLYSM was an awesome experience… really, what am I going to say besides that? I mean… they’re fucking KATAKLYSM!
"But truly, in the middle of the biggest blizzard of 2008 in NY/NJ, KATAKLYSM showed up eager to the location in the ass-end of seedy Newark, NJ and truly nailed it. Twelve grueling hours in a cold, nasty, wreck of a building and not one complaint, only true professionalism. Some of the shit they did had me cheering.
"KATAKLYSM is an awesome force to behold – they are the performer’s band. They perform with an indefinable swagger and verve. They are all natural showmen… and to be able to spend some time capturing them was a great honor and a great pleasure...besides all that, I can’t get that fucking chorus out of my head!”
Kataklysm's "Taking The World By Storm" Music Video:
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