Watch a terrifying new music video from The Body | Rock Candy

Monday, March 24, 2014

Watch a terrifying new music video from The Body

Posted By on Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 3:37 PM

The Body, the Portland-by-way-of-Little-Rock avant metal group started by Arkansas natives Lee Buford and Chip King in the late `90s, has a new record due out on April 1. Their fourth and probably scariest release to date, "I Shall Die Here" marks their first collaboration with producer Bobby Krlic, a.k.a. The Haxan Cloak and, in the words of their own record label, RVNG (run by fellow Little Rock native Matt Werth) sounds "sculpturally frozen in a sort of earthen purgatory."

The video, probably NSFW though that seems like an understatement, was directed by Richard Rankin, and the album is available on vinyl, CD or digitally.

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