EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE:NIGHTLORD UNVEIL VIDEO FOR 'SIN EATER' - WATCH IT HERE 28th November 2016
British thrash titans Nightlord have been making quite a buzz lately and that buzz is about to get a lot louder as we are delighted today to be premiering the brand new video for 'Sin Eater' from the forthcoming album, 'Reborn In Darkness'.
This is a pulsating and gripping track and you can see it for the very first time right here...
'Sin Eater' was written by vocalist/bassist Jamie Thorne and guitarist Ferenc Collins and was the first track written following Nightlord's reformation in 2010. It's been brought to life by renowned creative artist Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art and the story tells of an ancient ritual long since forgotten.
The act of sin eating was used in times of need, when a person died before the priest could perform the last rites, thereby damning the deceased's soul to Hell. Very often a passing vagrant would be found to volunteer to perform the Sin Eating ritual in exchange for bed and board, thereby relieving the dead man's soul of sin, and allowing his soul free passage to the gates of Heaven.
However, this story has a twist, as the Sin Eater in this story realises he has just made a big mistake...
Ferenc Collins told us: "The release of 'Reborn In Darkness' is the culmination of six years' hard work since our reformation in 2010.
We've been holding off on releasing the album for what seems like an absolute age, because we wanted things to be done just right, and involving Chris Tsangarides in the recording process to achieve our aims of keeping the old-school sound has paid dividends. We feel this album has, 'Classic album' written all over it, and we're all incredibly proud of what we've achieved.
"But a lot has changed in the recording industry since our first album was recorded in 1990, and finding our feet in figuring out how to release the album without any management or label support was a bit of a challenge.
"Thanks to all our friends who have encouraged and advised us every step of the way - I know it's a cliché but without you this album would not have turned out the way it has."