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Dark Spectrum Posts "Perplexed In Chaos" Music Video

"Perplexed in Chaos," the new video from Chicago metallers Dark Specturm, has been posted online and can be viewed below. The video was filmed in April and directed by Mike Doucet. Dark Specturm bassist Thatcher Markham also commented on the clip:

"Making the video was a grueling, 13 hour ordeal that left all of us exhausted, but the time couldn't have gone towards a better cause. Mike did a great job shooting and putting the video together, it has completely and totally exceeded any expectations we had when we started.

"The concept of the video is a man believing himself to be the antichrist having visions of two demonic beings breaking him out of an insane asylum. The little girls are actually our lead guitarist's twin daughters and were perfect for that dark, creepy feel and as a nod towards The Shining. Thanks for checking this out, we hope you enjoy it."

The "Perplexed in Chaos" video comes off Dark Spectrum's new album "Whisper" and was recorded at Apothica Studios. Joe Tiberi of Mechina once again handled production and recording duties, as well as the mixing and mastering.

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1. Jenny writes:

I think perhaps reading the making of it biased my perception of the vid, lol. Like, one of the little girls couldn't help smiling while running :p It definitely looks like the process was fun.

Cool concept, and the song itself is awesome!

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