Portugal's MOONSPELL have completed work on the video for "Everything Invaded" with director Tiago Guedes, who had previously worked with the group on the clip for "Nocturna" (off 2001's "Darkness And Hope"). Check out pictures from the shoot: photo#1, photo#2, photo#3.
"Shot on location in Meco, Sesimbra, by the sea and the desolate countryside in Portugal, the storyline intent was to create a trailer for a classic B series horror movie, reflecting also the convergence between the single edit and the full album song," the band write on their official web site. "Zarabatan, the team of directors, master this purpose with horrific and occult excellence and we can not wait for the video to penetrate your eyelids and perfurate through the fear which fills your brain."
"Everything Invaded" comes off the group's new album, "The Antidote", due on September 29 through Century Media Records. The follow-up to "Darkness And Hope" was recorded at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa (H.I.M., SENTENCED, AMORPHIS). The band, who utilized the services of AMORPHIS bassist Niclas Etelävuori during the recording sessions for "The Antidote", have recruited Aires Pereira (ex-MALEVOLENCE) as the temporary replacement for recently departed bassist Sérgio Crestana.
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