Kataklysm Shooting New Music Video For “Elevate”

Kataklysm has checked in with the following announcement about shooting a music video for the band’s upcoming album:

“Something strange is happening in Belgrade, Serbia today: the filming of the new video clip ‘Elevate’ from the new album ‘Waiting For The End To Come,’ a visual masterpiece in darkness, blood and death metal.”

A teaser trailer for the coming album “Waiting For The End To Come” can also be viewed at this location.

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Cradle Of Filth Posts Behind The Scenes Footage Of New Video

Cradle Of Filth has posted a video on the making of its forthcoming official video for the track “For Your Vulgar Delectation.” The track comes from its tenth and most recent album “The Manticore and Other Horrors,” which was released on Nuclear Blast and debuted at number 96 on the Billboard Chart. While waiting for the video to make its debut next week, check out the filming footage below.

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Hopes Die Last Recruits New Member, Shoots Music Video

Hopes Die Last has added long time collaborator and friend Nekso as a permanent addition to the band’s line up. Featured on the band’s previous songs “Keep Your Hands Off” and “Here Comes Nero,” Nekso will continue to contribute a seamlessly crushing element to the band’s sound and vision.

Hopes Die Last has also just wrapped the filming for new video “The Hellbound” with Get Deluxe Director Tom Welsh (Architects, While She Sleeps, Your Demise). This will be the band’s first release on a new label since parting ways with Standby Records.

Like on previous recordings, Hopes Die Last guitarist Marco Mantovani will be handling production duties. Look for pre-order bundles for their new EP and tour news in May.

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Otargos Posts "Worship Industrialized" Making-Of Video

French act Otargos has released a making-of video clip from the filming of the “Worship Industrialized” music video, which can be found below. “Worship Industrialized” is taken off the band’s “No God, No Satan” album and you can check out the full video at this location.

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Divine Ascension Posts "Answers" Behind The Scenes Footage

Divine Ascension has posted the second part of a behind-the-scenes series from the filming of the “Answers” video. Check out the footage below, which was edited by Karl “Inski” Szulik. The previously posted clip is also available online at this location.

“Answers” is from the band’s debut album “As The Truth Appears” (reviewed here).

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