Florida-based death metallers SIX FEET UNDER filmed a video late last month for the song "Doomsday", taken from the group's latest release, "Commandment". A teaser clip for "Doomsday" has been released and can be viewed below. The band said, "We once again worked with director Mario D. Framingheddu, who also filmed our last video, 'Ghosts of the Undead'. The concept of the clip is pure fucking insanity on all levels. We were fortunate enough to work with Grady Stiles, a.k.a. Lobsterboy, who plays our main character. This has to be the creepiest clip we've ever filmed, from location, to storyline, to cast. It's totally fucked up! We are really proud of this vid and are really looking forward to the release."
"Doomsday" video credits:
* Director: Mario D. Framingheddu * Director of Photography: Kyle Walling * Producer: Rachel Murray * Starring: Grady Stiles and Joe Paez * PA's: Joe Mendez, Sarah Murray and Gian Framingheddu"Commandment" entered the German chart at position No. 58 and the Austrian chart at No. 70 upon its release in April.
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