NICODEMUS To Film Video For 'Next In Nocturne'
Portland-based progressive metallers NICODEMUS will be filming a long-form conceptual video for the track "Next In Nocturne" from their current release, "Vanity Is A Virtue". The video is being directed by Joni DeRouchie, a Northwest-based independent filmmaker who has worked on projects such as "Remote Control" and "Bigger Than Jesus". DeRouchie is a critically acclaimed director whose previous work has been selected for prestigious international film festivals. Pre-production for the video has already begun and casting will commence in January. The video has an expected completion in early March 2006.
As previously reported, NICODEMUS released their third album, entitled "Vanity Is A Virtue", through the Greek label Sonic Age Records in June 2005. The album is said to owe more to the progressive sound than previous NICODEMUS releases, 2000's "Tales of the Lovelorn and Necromantic" (Dark Throne Music) and 2003's "The Supernatural Omnibus" (Dark Symphonies), which saw the band focusing on a goth/black metal-based sound with progressive elements.
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