New Zealand Death Metallers HUMAN To Unveil New Music Video
Christchurch, New Zealand-based death metallers HUMAN are set to unveil their brand new music video for the song "Night of the Living Bread" at the Dux De Lux Christchurch on Saturday, November 27. The show will be an R18 event and entry is free.
The video was shot live at The Dux De Lux in September with nearly 200 local HUMAN fans in attendance. Directed by Gene Banyard (the same director that worked on HUMAN's previous underground music video, "Paytoilet of Despair") with special effects wizard Michael Lucas, HUMAN have produced "what will probably be the most over-the-top music video New Zealand will ever witness," according to a press release. "The band take no responsibility for any reaction (good or bad) the public may have over the content of the video — you watch at your own risk!"
The song "Night of the Living Bread" comes off HUMAN's brand new independent album, "Blood Bucket", which is set for a December 2004 release.
For free MP3s and further information on HUMAN, visit their official website at this location.
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