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Huntress Posts New Music Video For "Eight Of Swords"

California female fronted band Huntress posted a new music video for the song "Eight of Swords." The song will appear on the band's as of yet untitled debut release. The video was directed by Simon Chan of Artificial Army. The song was produced/engineered by Chris Rakestraw of Sunset Lodge Recording.

According to the band's bio: "Huntress was birthed in the underground of Highland Park, California, clawing at the roots of heavy metal. Lead singer Jill Janus is an operatic banshee with an unparalleled four-octave range and lust for the occult. Born and raised in the Catskill Mountains of New York, she toured Europe as a teenage opera starlet. Upon her return to the States, Janus embraced Manhattan nightlife, creating Felliniesque cabarets and parties in a nihilistic club scene. Years later, Janus moved to Los Angeles and began the gestation period of Huntress. In 2009 she met underground metal band Professor. The universe spread her legs and delivered Huntress to Janus, combining former members of Professor, Dark Black and Skeletonwitch."

Huntress is made up of the following members:

Vocals: Jill Janus
Lead Guitar: Blake Meahl
Rhythm Guitar: Ian Alden
Drums: Carl Wierzbicky
Bass: Eric Harris"

Check out the video for "Eight of Swords" here:

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