NACHTMYSTIUM: 'Every Last Drop' Video Stills Available

Illinois-based extreme metallers NACHTMYSTIUM filmed a video for the song "Every Last Drop" on July 24-25 shot in Brooklyn, New York. The clip was shot by Jimmy Hubbard and Seldon Hunt, and edited by Alan Dubin (ex-KHANATE, GNAW); special FX makeup was handled by Brandy McDonald, while Chris Polinski served as the director of photography.

The "Every Last Drop" video features NACHTMYSTIUM mainman Blake Judd, Bruce Lamont (YAKUZA) and Aubrey Smith (the girl on the cover of the NACHTMYSTIUM album "Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II").

Check out video stills below.

NACHTMYSTIUM's new album, "Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II", was released on June 8 via Century Media Records.

"Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II" was recorded at Volume Studios (RWAKE, MINSK, LAIR OF THE MINOTAUR, PELICAN) in Chicago with producer Sanford Parker (MINSK). The band also enlisted the talents of Wrest (LEVIATHAN, LURKER OF CHALICE, TWILIGHT) to lay down all drum tracks, as well as Will Lindsay (WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM, MIDDIAN) to handle the bass duties on the CD.

There is also a limited-edition, double gatefold vinyl featuring the bonus track "Macrocosmic" and an iTunes-exclusive bonus track, "Every Last Drop", remixed by James Plotkin (KHANATE, PHANTOMSMASHER). Artwork was created by Jimmy Hubbard and Seldon Hunt and the album features guest vocals by Bruce Lamont (YAKUZA) and guitar solos by Russ Strahan (PENTAGRAM) and Matt Johnson (PHARAOH).

NACHTMYSTIUM will headline one of the most cerebrally brutal underground tour of the year in September/October. Set to kick off in early September, the trek will feature NACHTMYSTIUM alongside ZOROASTER, THE ATLAS MOTH and DARK CASTLE. Presented by Stereogum and Haunting The Chapel, the nearly month-long tour will weave its twisted path through sections of the Eastern and Midwest U.S. and into Canada for several dates, before coming to a halt in NACHTMYSTIUM's Chicago stomping grounds, surely leaving a trail of smoldering cerebrums in its wake.


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