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Herodias Posts New Music Video For "An Exit"

New York's Herodias has just posted a new video clip online for the song "An Exit," taken off the band's new "Antevorta" release. Check out the video below. Herodias also commented on its sound and band name:

"Herodias is a doom metal band encompassing a range of contemporary funeral doom with classical vocals. In literature, Herodias was commonly known as the wife of Herod Antipas. Their marriage was censured by John the Baptist as a transgression of Mosaic Law. Salome (Herodias’ daughter) performed a dance that so pleased Herod that he offered to grant any wish she expressed. Prompted by her mother, Salome asked for John the Baptist's head on a platter, a wish the reluctant Herod was bound to fulfill. In medieval Europe, a widespread belief held Herodias to be the supernatural leader of a cult of witches. She rose from the dead, taking shape as a new goddess in the Pagan pantheon."

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