NOVEMBERS DOOM: 'A Eulogy For The Living Lost' Video Released

"A Eulogy For The Living Lost", the new video from Chicago's NOVEMBERS DOOM, can be viewed below. The clip was flmed in Florida with the director who previously worked with the band on the "Autumn Reflection" video. According to a press release. "Tony Myles and Cage XXI have created a vision of a post-apocalyptic television broadcast. This unique look was filmed with the custom-made 'Wartooth' camera."

Commented NOVEMBERS DOOM vocalist Paul Kuhr: "We liked the idea of a gritty, and bleak look, all shot with a custom-built camera rig, the Wartooth, consisting of pieces from one of the first video cameras to ever see the light of day. This thing was a beast, and created a very unique look.

"All the 'ghosting' in the video isn't special effects, it's the way the camera actually shot the footage.

"Tony Myles is brilliant and has one of the most creative minds we've worked with."

NOVEMBERS DOOM will embark on the 20th Anniversary European Tour this week. Support on the trek will come from KATHAARSYS.

The dates are as follows:

Feb. 19 - Lisboa, Portugal - Side B
Feb. 20 - Madrid, Spain - Ritmo Y Compas
Feb. 21 - Valencia, Spain - Xy Rock
Feb. 22 - Barcelona, Spain - Mephisto
Feb. 25 - Antwerp, Belgium - Pandemonium
Feb. 26 - Uden, Holland - De Nieuwe Pul
Feb. 27 - Vosselaar, Belgium - Biebob

NOVEMBERS DOOM's seventh studio album, "Into Night's Requiem Infernal", was released last July through The End Records. The CD was recorded at Belle City Sound, tracked by Chris Djuricic (engineer and NOVEMBERS DOOM bassist), and mixed by Dan Swanö at Unisound in Örebro, Sweden.


Paul Kuhr - Vocals
Larry Roberts - Guitar
Vito Marchese - Guitar
Chris Djuricic - Bass
Sasha Horn - Drums


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