Part 5 of Possessed documentary also released
For the first time in three decades, Possessed have released a new album entitled Revelations Of Oblivion which you can read our review of. Today the band premiere the official music video for new song Graven. The video was directed by Scott Hansen of Digital Thunderdome (Deicide, Carnifex, Prong) and stars renowned Swedish actor, Peter Stormare (Fargo, Prison Break, American Gods and the voice of Destiny 2’s Dead Orbit Ambassador Arach Jalaal). Watch the video here:
Jeff Becerra comments, “We are extremely excited to release our new music video for the song Graven. This is actually our very first cinematic music video. I want to say thank you to my good friend Peter Stormare for everything and for being such an amazing inspiration. Of course, thank you to my band mates. And to Nuclear Blast.”
The band has also released the final episode of their multi-part documentary series entitled The Creation Of Death Metal. Watch as they discuss staying true to their original sound while creating their first new material in over three decades, here:
The godfathers of death metal will play a one off show at London’s Underworld on the 6th of June in support of their new album. Harbinger of blasphemy Jeff Becerra comments, “We are very much looking forward to coming back to London once again. UK shows are always something that me and my guys are excited about and to be out here touring the new album, “Revelations Of Oblivion” along with our original album material is going to be better than ever. Hoping to see all of you at our London show, up in the front row and ready to destroy!”
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Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.