HUMANITY DELETE: 'Frozen Apparition' Video Released

Ear-grinding extremists HUMANITY DELETE have released the second video from their debut album, "Never Ending Nightmares".

The clip for "Frozen Apparition" was shot on location in Canada by 62nd Chamber Productions, which also directed the band's first video for "Necromantic Sorcery".

"Frozen Apparition" features guest guitar solos from Lasse Pyykko of HOODED MENACE and examines the Yuki-Onna, a female spirit from ancient Japanese folklore that is known to appear during snowstorms and lure her victims outside to meet an icy death.

"Never Ending Nightmares" was released on December 4, 2012 through Deadbeat Media.

Masterminded by by one of extreme metal's most prolific artists Rogga Johansson (PAGANIZER, RIBSPREADER, REVOLTING, DEMIURG, BONE GNAWER), the concept of "Never Ending Nightmares" dates back to 2003 when HUMANITY DELETE was originally formed. Recently resurrected, the product of Johansson's evil genius has finally been unleashed upon the world. The CD was recorded by Johansson and mixed/mastered by Ronnie Björnström.

"Never Ending Nightmares" is paranormal, post-apocalyptic death metal with grind/punk influences that will have you sleeping with the lights on for weeks! The cover artwork was created by Adam Geyer, with inner artwork also by Geyer, as well as Ironworx Gravefix and Dzul Skam. Rogga single-handedly recorded 11 raw, dirty and ugly death metal tracks with a grind/punk approach. Jill Girardi (Dead Beat Media), who has been living in Malaysia for three years, was asked to write lyrics with the theme of Asian ghosts and creepy lore, which she has studied heavily, as anyone who reads up on the ghost lore of Asia knows it is one of the most terrifyingly haunted regions of the earth. To make it even better, Lasse Pyykkö (HOODED MENACE) was recruited to add some guest guitar solos to the music, to give it an even rawer feeling.

Future HUMANITY DELETE albums will continue with the paranormal experiences while also adding post-apocalyptic themes into the mix for a killer combination.


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