DARK FUNERAL: Mokena Interview, Performance Footage Posted Online

A short video clip featuring interview and performance footage of Swedish black metallers DARK FUNERAL shot on October 19, 2007 at The Pearl Room in Mokena, Illinois can be viewed below.

DARK FUNERAL's video for the song "Attera Totus Sanctus" is now available for viewing at BoneyardPress.net, home base for the biggest bunch of bloodthirsty werewolves ever turned loose on the entertainment industry. (Warning: The clip contains partial nudity.)

"I originally intended to have this video finished during the summer," said Boneyard Press president Hart D. Fisher. "But Shane [Bugbee, director of 'Club Satan') dropped out of the project and my wife's recovery from cancer has been much more difficult than we'd expected. I had to go it alone, but the delay gave me a chance to put together three separate cuts of the video. One is your R-rated cut, the other is your average XXX, but the third cut, man that's some taboo-busting s**t going on. Only the band and Rob Black are going to be given copies of that version."

"Attera Totus Sanctus" will play all day on Halloween until the witching hour, when the video will be pulled from the web site. "So you better get your pain while we're dishing it out," warns Fisher.

Hart D. Fisher is an underground horror legend with a worldwide following. He recently finished co-producing the world's first feature horror film ("The Bunker") written and directed by a blind director, Joseph M. Monks. Fisher is currently working on his next feature film project, "13 Bloody Kisses", distributing his first feature film "The Garbage Man", running his post-production house Crime Pays Inc. and is supervising the translation of his book "Poems for the Dead" into Spanish for publication in Bolivia.

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