GOATWHORE: 'Alchemy Of The Black Sun Cult' Video Posted Online

GOATWHORE's video for the song "Alchemy of the Black Sun Cult" has been posted online at this location (Windows Media). The track comes off >, the New Orleans-based band's third full-length album, "A Haunting Curse", which was recorded at Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL). The clip was shot with director David Brodsky (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, THE RED CHORD, THE ACACIA STRAIN) and the MyGoodEye crew on August 6 in New York City.

GOATWHORE — which features in its ranks vocalist L. Ben Falgoust II (SOILENT GREEN) and guitarist Sammy Duet (ACID BATH, CROWBAR) — has been announced as one of the support acts for CELTIC FROST on their current North American tour beginning on October 3 in San Francisco, California.


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