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The Dead Wretched Posts "Hammer Death" Music Video

Five piece South Wales metal act The Dead Wretched has posted a music video online for the song "Hammer Death." You can check out the clip in the player below, or find more details on The Dead Wretched by navigating to the band's Facebook profile here.

The Dead Wretched also commented on the clip:

"The video was shot in the abandoned projection room of an old Odeon cinema from 1937. Filmed by ourselves and a crew of 1, our friend Dan Page. with no budget and in only a few hours. The video was subsequently set on fire, thrown from a burning building, doused in water and foam and thought to be lost in the burnt wreckage that was once Ben (Vocalists) flat. Which he and Rhys (Guitar 2) luckily escaped from before the whole place went up. Almost nothing survived. But can you believe it. In the twisted wreckage of a computer tower, charred and burnt almost beyond recognition, we managed to salvage most of the hard drive and save the video. Thank eff!"

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