HOODED MENACE Working On 'Crumbling Insanity' Video

Death/doom powerhouse HOODED MENACE is gearing up to unleash "Effigies Of Evil", its first effort for Relapse Records, on September 11. The band is also beginning to work with respected director Justin Oakey of Burial Offerings (ULVER, HEX VESSEL) on a clip for the track "Crumbling Insanity". The video is a concept piece based around the fall of the House of Usher.

A screenshot can be seen below.

"Effigies Of Evil" is available for pre-order now at the Relapse online store. You can order the album in several different forms, including CD, digital and 2xLP vinyl — containing a special deluxe edition, which comes with an exclusive, limited-edition seven-inch featuring HOODED MENACE covering tracks by WITCHFINDER GENERAL and ETERNAL DARKNESS.

"Effigies Of Evil" will come in a wrap-around gatefold with artwork courtesy of David D'Andrea (ULVER, WITCHCRAFT).

The album's title track, "Effigies Of Evil" can be streamed below.

"Effigies Of Evil" (song) audio stream (courtesy of AOL's Noisecreep):


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