IMPENDING DOOM: 'Everything's Fake' Video Released

IMPENDING DOOM: 'Everything's Fake' Video Released

California metallers IMPENDING DOOM have released a video for the track "Everything's Fake". The clip was directed by J.D. Butler from Adapt Cinema.

IMPENDING DOOM's David Sittig says, "This is the best IMPENDING DOOM video to date. The director understood our sound and takes the viewer visually into the darkness we've created."

"Everything's Fake" is taken from IMPENDING DOOM's all-new LP, "The Sin And Doom Vol. II", which will be released on June 22 via Entertainment One.

IMPENDING DOOM commissioned artist Colin Marks (FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE, WHITECHAPEL) to create the cover art for the latest release. Marks also handled the artwork for "The Serpent Servant" (2009).

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Having worked with top-tier genre producers in the past, including Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, HATEBREED, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE) and Will Putney (EVERY TIME I DIE, THE AMITY AFFLICTION, THY ART IS MURDER), but for album number six, they've returned to the grassroots and hands-on way they engineered and produced their earliest recordings, cloaking it in grimy sonic mysteries anew. Christopher Eck, who produced their first album, oversaw the proceedings once again.

"The Sin And Doom Vol. II" track listing:

01. The Wretched and Godless
02. Burn
03. War Music
04. EVIL
05. Paved With Bones
06. The Serpents Tongue
07. Unbroken
08. Devils Den
09. Everything's Fake
10. Run For Your Life (She Calls)

"The Sin And Doom Vol. II" is the follow-up to 2013's "Death Will Reign", which sold 4,300 copies its first week of release and debuted at No. 116 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Photo credit: Joe Butler

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