BLEEDING GODS – Release Making Of / Behind The Scenes For ‘From Feast To Beast’!

Dutch black/death metal mongers BLEEDING GODS have released a behind the scenes and a making-of video for their recent music video for the track “From Feast To Beast”. Watch the video below to find out how the magic was made.

From The Press Release

Dutch epic death/black metallers BLEEDING GODS will release their upcoming concept album Dodekathlon on January 12th, 2018 via Nuclear Blast. Recently, the band published their first single with it’s corresponding music video to the song “From Feast To Beast”. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/bakhuYIHAfo

For everyone who wants to find out more about how the music video came to life, BLEEDING GODS unveil the official making of/behind the scenes of the “From Feast To Beast” music video, today! Watch it over on YouTube, here:

Main man and guitarist Ramon Ploeg comments on the song and the music video, directed by Sebastiaan Spijker“The track is about catching the Erymanthian Boar and bring it back alive to King Eurystheus. This was Hercules’ 4th labor of the series of 12 episodes concerning his penance for slaying his son, daughter and wife Megara (more info see below). Sebastiaan did an awesome job directing the video, which only shows some band shots. It is a real joy to work with him and he has a good and fast communication, which we like. We hope you enjoy the video as much as we do!”

Pre-order your physical copy of Dodekathlonhere: http://nblast.de/BleedingGodsDodeNB
Pre-order Dodekathlon digitally and receive “From Feast To Beast” instantly or stream the track: http://nblast.de/BleedingGodsDigital
Listen in the NB Novelties Playlist: http://sptfy.com/2zZF

Dodekathlon – track listing:
01. Bloodguilt (Nemean Lion)
02. Multiple Decapitation (Lernaean Hydra)
03. Beloved by Artemis (Ceryneian Hind)
04. From Feast To Beast (Erymanthian Boar)
05. Inhuman Humiliation (Augean Stables)
06. Birds Of Hate (Stymphalian Birds)
07. Saviour Of Crete (Cretan Bull)
08. Tyrannical Blood (Mares Of Diomedes)
09. Seeds Of Distrust (Belt Of Hippolyta)
10. Tripled Anger (Cattle Of Geryon)
11. Hera’s Orchard (Apples Of The Hesperides)
12. Hound Of Hell (Cerberus)

The twelve songs represent the twelve labours of Hercules, the greatest of the ancient Greek heroes, who had to serve his cousin king Eurystheus for twelve years and to perform these twelve labours to concern a penance for his terrible actions…. more info on the album concept will follow very soon!

The album was recorded at Pitch Note Productions and Hal 5 Studio; mixed and mastered at Soundlodge Studio. The cover artwork (see above) was created by Dimitris Tzortzis from Immensa Artis.

The band was founded in 2012 when guitarist Ramon Ploeg started to write an album after he had left the Dutch death metal band HOUWITSER. In 2013, BLEEDING GODS recorded their 4-track promo entitled »Blood Symphony«. The lyrical theme was about ancient gods and history like the Mayans, ancient Egypt and Greek gods. In 2014, BLEEDING GODS signed for their debut album Shepherd Of Souls with Punishment 18 Records and got worldwide awesome reviews, even today!

One year later, the turning point was there: New line up, new songs, new concept, new album! BLEEDING GODS renewed their line up and are now stronger than ever! After their debut Shepherd Of Soulsthe band knows exactly which band they want to be and consequently Ramon Ploeg (Guitars), Mark Huisman (Vocals), Rutger Van Noordenburg (Guitars), Gea Mulder (Bass & Backing Vocals) and Daan Klemann (Drums) created a brand-new concept. Let’s get ready for Dodekathlon!

Get your physical copy of Dodekathlon here:nblast.de/BleedingGodsDodeNB

Or digitally: nblast.de/BleedingGodsDigital

About Michael Juvinall (6145 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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