Dutch blackened metallers, Onheil, have released a music video for the track "Self-Destruction Mode". It's the first video for their upcoming new album, Storm Is Coming.
Extracted from the generic self-destructive themed lyrics of the song, the "Self-Destruction Mode" music video focuses on the part of continued excessive use of alcoholic substances. The scenes in the video display different issues related to such behavior, may it be shown in an abstract form. The content of the lyrics was inspired by experiences from the daily lives of Onheil's band members but anyone that sometimes drinks a bit too much, and get's in trouble because of it, can probably relate to it.
Onheil have set September 5th as the release date for Storm Is Coming, via Cyclone Empire. The follow-up to their 2009 album Razor was mixed and mastered by Bart Hennephof (Textures) and Yuma van Eekelen (ex-Pestilence) at the Final Focus Studios. Mastering was done by Tore Stjerna at the Necromorbus Studios, Sweden (Watain, Destroyer 666).
The album booklet holds 16-pages of high-quality artwork of which a large part is done by an upcoming artist of the Grim Twins Art Studio (Deicide).
Storm Is Coming tracklisting:
"Embrace The Chaos"
"The Omega Legions"
"Storm Is Coming"
"The End Of Everything"
"Wings Of Death"
"Dronkenschap In Duisternis II"
"Streams Of Silence"