INFERNAEON Films New Video, Announces Lineup Change

Floridian extreme metallers INFERNAEON recently filmed a video for their cover of METALLICA's "Creeping Death" with director (and "Jackass" collaborator) Mike "The King Of Rock N Roll Debauchery" Busey at his compound in Florida. The clip features appearances by GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus (who provided guest vocals on the track on the album), Penthouse Pet Jessica Walker, snakes, undead women, pyrotechnics and more.

In other news, INFERNAEON has parted ways with Jeramie Kling and has replaced him with former INTO ETERNITY drummer Adam Sagan.

Commented INFERNAEON frontman Brian Werner: "We loved working with Jeramie; he is a great friend and an even better drummer. He was an integral part of the band for the last two years and we shared some great time together. We knew he wasn't going to be around after the album was recorded but we still wanted him on the album because, in our opinion, he paid his dues touring with us for the last two years and he earned his spot on the album. The man has a family with kids and can't make the sacrifices necessary to tour as much as we would need him to push this new album. We wish him nothing but the best of luck and we are all still the best of friends. We recruited Adam Sagan, who used to play for INTO ETERNITY, and has been one of my closest personal friends going on thirteen years. He is an incredible drummer and even cooler person and is 100% dedicated to being a permanent member of this band and we couldn't have asked for a better replacement!"

"Graven Image", the last video from INFERNAEON, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in Orlando by Fetus Productions, directed by Pia Houge and produced by Luke Leonard.

"Graven Image" comes off INFERNAEON's new album, "Genesis To Nemesis", which was released on August 31 via Prosthetic Records. The CD was recorded at Erik Rutan's Mana Recording Studios (GOATWHORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, HATE ETERNAL) in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Brian Elliott. The cover artwork, which can be viewed below, was created by Brazilian artist Marcelo Vasco.

"Genesis To Nemesis" features guest appearances by Oderus Urungus (GWAR), Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL), John Zahner (SAVATAGE), Bill Hudson (COLDERA, CELLADOR, CIRCLE II CIRCLE, POWER QUEST) and John Slaughter (COLDERA, SKINDUSTRY).

"Genesis To Nemesis" picks up where 2007's "A Symphony of Suffering" (which Metal Hammer described as, "brave, unflinchingly inventive and jackhammer-heavy from beginning to end,") left off, with a devastating mix of Floridian death metal and symphonic, sinister European black metal.

"Genesis To Nemesis" is the first recording with new guitarists Taylor Nordberg and Steven Harger, as well as bassist Mike Poggione.


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