STIGMA: 'The Undertaker' Video Released

"The Undertaker", the new video from Italy's horror-metal merchants STIGMA, can be viewed belowThe clip was filmed by Salvatore Perrone (SUICIDE SILENCE, DEVILDRIVER, EVERGREEN TERRACE). The song comes off the band's "The Undertaker" EP, which features three blistering new songs and the fan-favorite title track, taken from the group's sophomore effort, "Concerto For The Undead".

"The Undertaker" was engineered by Italian producer Simone Mularoni and mixed/mastered by the Bombs of Death Productions duo of BLEEDING THROUGH singer Brandan Schieppati and ANAAL NATHRAKH mainman Mick Kenney; with the exception of the title track, "The Undertaker", which was produced at Fear Studio by ex-BLEEDING THROUGH and current BRING ME THE HORIZON guitarist Jona Weinhofen and mixed/mastered by Scott Atkins (BEHEMOTH, CRADLE OF FILTH, SYLOSIS). Artwork for the EP was created by Daniel McBride (BORN OF OSIRIS, VEIL OF MAYA, VIATROPHY).

"The Undertaker" track listing:

01. 1,2,3, 4 Dead!
02. We Are the Deceased
03. It's Bullet Time! (feat. Brandan Schieppati)
04. The Undertaker

The track "1,2,3, 4 Dead!" is available for streaming at this location.

"Concerto For The Undead" was released in Europe, North America, Australia/New Zealand and Japan in the spring of 2010. The album features lyrics centered on the cult-classic comic book series Tales From the Crypt and includes guest vocal appearances by Jamie Hope (ex-THE RED SHORE) and Jon Hunt (ex-DEAD TO FALL).

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