SEMARGL: NSFW Video For 'God Is Not Love' Released
- July 11, 2012
"God Is Not Love", the not-safe-for-work video from the Norwegian-Ukrainian pop black metal band SEMARGL, can be seen below. According to the group, "The video contains erotic and anti-religious scenes, [and] it is not recommended for viewing by impressionable persons that haven't reached the threshold of maturity."
The "God Is Not Love" video, which contains partial nudity, was filmed by Mafiashot Films studio in 2011. The clip features SEMARGL's former drummer Tom V. Fordervelse Nilsen, who has since been replaced by Anima.
"God Is Not Love" comes off SEMARGL's fifth album, "Satanic Pop Metal", which was released earlier this year via Twilight-Vertrieb. The CD contains 13 tracks, including the song "Tak, Kurwa", the video for which was released last November.
According to a press release "Satanic Pop Metal" represents "an evolution of SEMARGL music, a new genre, a mix of different ideas and experiments."
SEMARGL's fourth album, "Ordo Bellictum Satanas", came out in 2010 via the German label Twilight Vertrieb. Additional guest musicians on the album were Iscariah (IMMORTAL, DEAD TO THIS WORLD, NECROPHAGIA), Novy (DIES IRAE, BEHEMOTH, VADER) and Vrangsinn (CARPATHIAN FOREST, NATTEFROST, A.W.O.T.).
SEMARGL describes its sound as follows: "Aggression of satanic black metal, technical elements of old-school thrash and dynamism of rock'n'roll' combined with a totally unexpected lyrical piano parts and clean female vocals and industrial electronic samples. The lyrics touch on issues concerning Satanism, anti-Christianity, philosophy, war."
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