VENOM PRISON Release New Song and Video for “Judges Of The Underworld”!

UK death bringers VENOM PRISON has just released a new song and lyric video for “Judges Of The Underworld!” It’s the first track released from their upcoming new album, Erebos, which is due out on February 4, 2022, on Century Media Records. This band is destined for big things so be sure to get more info about the band, their new album, and check out the video below.

From The Press Release

UK’s VENOM PRISON have just unleashed “Judges Of The Underworld”, the first song and video from their upcoming album, Erebos, out worldwide on February 4th, 2022. The song is available now on all DSPs. Fans can watch the video premiere of “Judges Of The Underworld” today at 6pm CET/5pm UK/1pm ET/10am PT, HERE. The clip was directed and produced by Thomas Coe Brooker with creative input coming from VENOM PRISON’s own Larissa Stupar (vocals).

The band comments, “’Judges Of The Underworld’ deals with the crippling reality of people who face incarceration, who oftentimes are followed by violence over a lifetime. This violence can present itself as a dominating factor in a context of structural poverty and racial inequality, creating roles in an individual’s life where they are not only the victim, but also witness and offender at different times in different situations. But the violence we address in our courts and prisons is judged out of social context and can therefore not lead to a fair and personalised resolution for people who are stuck in a cycle of violence and systematic oppression.

It was important for us to visualise this feeling of isolation, anxiety and repeated violence in the music video for ’Judges Of The Underworld’ and the idea was to show an individual that is stripped down to their basic needs and instincts. Consumed by their helplessness to navigate in an everyday situation, feeling isolated within themselves whilst going under in a sea of people that face similar conditions. This is where Thomas Coe Brooker comes in as a director and cinematographer, with his unique eye for detail he was able to bring out this combative helplessness and aggressiveness of said individual. He was able to convey the feeling of being alone in a crowd, suffering the same fate as many others, where isolation becomes your existence and a vicious cycle of your life at the hands of systematic violence.”

VENOM PRISON has carved an uncompromising space for themselves over the course of two full-length albums, Animus (2016) and Samsara (2019), and with 2020’s Primeval, which reinvigorated the band’s earlier EP’s with two new tracks. What began as an explosive collaboration between Russian-born vocalist Larissa Stupar and guitarist Ash Gray (with the line-up rounded out by guitarist Ben Thomas, bassist Mike Jefferies and drummer Joe Bills) has exploded into a force to be reckoned with as vitriolic and outspoken lyrically as they are musically. 

Photo credit: Andy Ford

VENOM PRISON is Larissa Stupar (lead vocals), Ash Gray (guitar), Ben Thomas (guitar), Mike Jefferies (bass), and Joe Bills (drums).


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About Michael Juvinall (5598 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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