ONHEIL: 'Nemesis' Light Fading' Video Released

"Nemesis' Light Fading", the new video from Dutch blackened thrash/death metallers ONHEIL, can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's latest album, "Razor", which was released last year via the German record label Cyclone Empire. The CD was produced at the Final Focus studio by Bart Hennephof (TEXTURES) and Yuma van Eekelen (PESTILENCE).

Footage for the clip's storyline was taken from an upcoming independent movie, shot and directed by band member Amok along with part-time actor Dkarn Tserinth. The video shows the band playing in a one-hundred-year-old electrical facility.

Commented Amok: "Don't expect a clean Hollywood production; this movie is raw and real. Besides that, the project is 'no-budget' anyway."

ONHEIL is preparing to take part in several open-air festivals shows, including Party.San, Metal Mean and Occultfest. After the summer, the band will hit the road to play club shows throughout Europe.


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