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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Check out this incredible Pallbearer video

Posted By on Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 10:00 AM


Dudes, you all gotta check out this miiiiiind-blowing animated video for Pallbearer's "An Offering of Grief" from Animetalphysical, aka Sean Reynolds Williams. He's a San Francisco-based visual artist who has also created other bitchin' artwork for the band, such as the cover of their brilliant album, "Sorrow and Extinction" and several T shirts.

It looks like a water-color hybrid of "Fantasia" and "Heavy Metal" and it is awesome. The band posted it on their Facebook, but it also got some love from Pitchfork. FYI, it's ever-so-mildly NSFW if your W is uptight about drawings of nekkid ladies, which, they really shouldn't be, but what are you gonna do, right?

Oh yeah, there's a rad show on Saturday at Revolution, with Pallbearer, Rwake, Severe Headwound and R.I.O.T.S.

The video is after the jump.

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