SIGHT OF EMPTINESS Filming 'Faceless Dream' Video

Costa Rica-based melodic extreme metal band SIGHT OF EMPTINESS has commenced filming the music video for the track "Faceless Dream", from the group's forthcoming second album, "Absolution of Humanity". The clip is being shot in San Pedro, Costa Rica with director Sergio Gutierrez and producer Fernando Fonseca.

"Absolution of Humanity" is expected to be released later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined record label. The CD was mastered by Jens Bogren (OPETH, AMON AMARTH, SOILWORK, BLOODBATH, KATATONIA, SYMPHONY X) at Örebro, Sweden's Fascination Street Studios.

Commented the group: "Having Jens Bogren working on our new album is unreal. He is responsible for numerous masterpieces: OPETH's 'Watershed', AMON AMARTH's 'Twilight of the Thunder God' and KATATONIA's 'The Great Cold Distance'. Having him on board makes us a lot more excited about our new creation; you can't go wrong with a guy like this. We gave him the green light and he is doing an awesome job; we love this guy already. He is a perfectionist and an honest and humble lad."

"Absolution of Humanity" track listing:

01. Predictable Tragedy
02. Infected
03. Faceless Dream
04. Witness of your Murder
05. Funeral March
06. The Art of Suffering
07. Judge me today...Die Tomorrow
08. Absolution of Humanity
09. Burning Silence

Two songs — "Predictable Tragedy" and "Burning Silence" — have been posted on the group's web site.

The cover artwork was created by Costa Rican artist Pablo Vargas and can be viewed below.

Labels interested in releasing the new album or signing the band can contact SIGHT OF EMPTINESS at [email protected]


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