Stormlord Post New Horror Video Clip Online
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The new horror video clip for the song "Under The Boards" from Stormlord album "The Gorgon Cult" is ready to be unleashed. To download the hi-res video, go here. The video has been directed by Brigida Costa (the same director of the "I Am Legend" videoclip), the cast is starring David Bracci from the Sergio Stivaletti team (Dario Argento and more) for the amazing special FX, Giuseppe Oppedisano ("The English Patient," "Cari Fottutissimi Amici," "Demonium" and more) as the insane psycho killer and Irene Turati (previously seen on Pupi Avati set and in "Gangs Of New York"). Once again the videoclip is filled with gore and splatter atmospheres, in the vein of legends like Lucio Fulci and John Carpenter. The story speaks about a psycho surgeon serial killer who come out at night to stalk his victims to trap them in his clinic of horror: this video is much more similar to a short movie than to a 'normal' videoclip. We're eager to shock your minds... just expect the most bloody, disturbing and sick metal video EVER!
"Under The Boards (195, M.A.)" comes off the group's third album, "The Gorgon Cult," which was released in May through Scarlet Records. The follow-up to 2001's "At The Gates Of Utopia" was recorded and mixed over a two-month period at The Outer Sound Studios in Rome with engineer Giuseppe Orlando (Novembre, Necrodeath, DGM, Thy Majestie) and was mastered at The Mastering Room in Sweden (In Flames, Dimmu Borgir, Opeth, Soilwork).
The band is expected on 23 november to support Dissection and Watain at Havana Club - Pozzuoli (NA).
Source: Metal Rules
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