Batillus Releases First Ever Music Video For "Concrete"
Brooklyn's industrial blackened doomsmiths Batillus, who were covered in the genre flip-flopping edition of our "Unearthing the Metal Underground" column, are pleased to unveil their work of cinematic grimness in the form of "Concrete."
An ultra bleak, narrative story that brings the track to life in a most uncomfortable fashion, "Concrete" was directed by Gretchen Heinel, features actors Candice Freshko, David McManamon, Rush Aaron Hicks, Mockingbird Girl, Jane Marguerite and La Luna and serves as the band's first ever music video.
"Concrete" opens the band's "Concrete Sustain" full-length (reviewed here), released via Seventh Rule Recordings earlier this year.
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