Norwegian black metallers SATYRICON were in London earlier in the month to film the video for their new single, "K.I.N.G." (mp3) "The cast was a gathering of some of the most bizarre people from London's underground club scene that were to inflict pain upon each other, themselves and the band," frontman Satyr said. "The video has all the ingredients of a good rock and roll video and sets a new metal video standard for good photography and clever editing." Watch the clip online at this location.SATYRICON's new album, "Now, Diabolical", was released in most European countries on April 17 through Roadrunner Records. The U.S. release will follow on June 13 via Century Media. The band's upcoming North American tour will be announced soon. As previously reported, SATYRICON entered the national chart in their home country at position No. 7 with the "K.I.N.G." single.
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