CADAVERIA To Release 'Death Vision' Video Next Month

"Death Vision", the new video from CADAVERIA — the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marçelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias) — will make its online debut on April 15. The song comes off CADAVERIA's fourth album, "Horror Metal", which was released on January 31, 2012 via Bakerteam Records, a division of Scarlet Records.

"Horror Metal" track listing:

01. Flowers In Fire
02. The Night's Theatre
03. Death Vision
04. Whispers Of Sin
05. Assassin
06. The Days Of The After And Behind
07. Apocalypse
08. The Oracle (Of The Fog)
09. Requiem
10. This Is Not The Silence
11. Hypnotic Psychosis

The "Flowers In Fire" video can be seen below. The clip was filmed in September 2012 in three different locations in Piedmont, North Italy, by director Alberto Maria Gotti of Morbid Vision.

The group's long-awaited follow-up 2007's "In Your Blood" (released on French extreme metal label Season Of Mist) has been described by Cadaveria as "the most obscure, raw and horror-filled work ever produced by the group."

"Flowers In Fire" video:

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