"Lament Code", the new video from Las Vegas-based traditional/epic doomsters DEMON LUNG, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's debut EP, "Pareidolia", which was released March 20. The clip was directed by Dustin Mills, the mastermind behind "The Puppet Monster Massacre", the low-budget, '80s-style horror comedy with an all-puppet cast.
"Pareidolia" is a 22-minute blend of traditional and epic doom metal, rife with horror imagery and lyrics, and influenced by the likes of BLACK SABBATH, CANDLEMASS, and vocalist Shanda Fredrick's worship of COVEN's Jinx Dawson. Physical copies are available for purchase for $5 through the band's web site and digitally for $4 via Bandcamp. Hex Records will soon be issuing a limited cassette release of "Pareidolia".
Having formed only two short years ago, DEMON LUNG hit the ground running and demoed over 20 songs, choosing four of the best for inclusion on "Pareidolia". The band played its first show in March 2011 andquickly became the top doom act in the Las Vegas scene, sharing the stage with such doom heavyweights as HIGH ON FIRE, JUCIFER and PENTAGRAM.
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