Symphonic metal horror masters Carach Angren have unveiled the spooky new music video for the song “Franckensteina Strataemontanus,” which is the title track of the band’s 2020 release! You can now watch the “silent” horror film at THIS LOCATION [embedded below].
Ardek & Seregor comment on the video: “We hereby proudly present you the visual horror that is ‘Franckensteina Strataemontanus!’ Over the last few months, we worked with director Zoran Bihac and producer Julia Patey and their extraordinary team on galvanism and alchemy.
Now… wine will come from water and gold from stone / Concocting potions from flesh and bone / The perfume of death is our sweetest cologne…
Our endless gratitude goes out to everyone who has worked extremely hard to make this video possible, and an extra shout-out to Bonny Zahara for coming back to life!”
ICYMI: Earlier this year, Carach Angren announced their collaboration with DC comics for the new series “Dark Nights: Death Metal.” The first episode is out now and features the band’s new song, “Skull with a Forked Tongue,” which is taken from ‘Franckensteina Strataemontanus.’ The episode can be seen at THIS LOCATION.
‘Franckensteina Strataemontanus’ is out NOW and can be streamed, downloaded, and/or purchased HERE.
1. Here in German Woodland (01:35)
2. Scourged Ghoul Undead (05:38)
3. Franckensteina Strataemontanus (03:03) (WATCH)
4. The Necromancer (04:08)
5. Sewn for Solitude (03:52)
6. Operation Compass (06:00)
7. Monster (03:33) (WATCH)
8. Der Vampir von Nürnberg (06:00) (WATCH)
9. Skull with a Forked Tongue (05:56)
10. Like a Conscious Parasite I Roam (08:16)
11. Frederick’s Experiments (02:40)
Total playing time: 50:41
Press release courtesy of Season of Mist
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