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Watch Integrity's Dark, NSFW Music Video, "7 Reece Mews"

Watch Integrity's Dark, NSFW Music Video,
Today, metallic hardcore icons Integrity have teamed up with Revolver to premiere their dark, brutal and NSFW-ish music video for "7 Reece Mews." Directed by Revolver Creative Director Jimmy Hubbard with Jeremy Danger and Travis Shinn, the clip can be seen below.

Frontman Dwid Hellion says, " '7 Reece Mews' is one of the most unique and ambitious songs featured on our new album, Howling, for the Nightmare Shall Consume. Director Jimmy Hubbard has invested a tremendous amount of his time, talent and possibly even his very own mortal soul while creating this short film. I knew from the beginning that Jimmy had a brilliant aesthetic vision that would bring a new and riveting dimension to '7 Reece Mews.'

"Jimmy has exceeded all of my expectations and went above and beyond, the end result has me in absolute awe. His cast and crew conjured up the perfect mood and visual world to encapsulate our soundtrack: A dark religious fairy tale rooted in historic truth. This video is a continuation of our previous video, 'Hymn for the Children of the Black Flame,' which was also directed by Jimmy.

"This prequel is set 400 plus years before 'Hymn' and tells the tale of an unhinged holy man who inverts the holy scripture in the hope of smoking God out of hiding. Culminating in a debaucherous religious orgy that exposes the human condition for what it truly is. Jimmy has captured a spiritual purity within its depravity: Biblical horror for the masses. I hope that you will enjoy this video as much as I do."



Howling, for the Nightmare Shall Consume, the band's 12th full-length album, will be released on July 14th via Relapse Records. Mastered by Brad Boatright (Obituary, Toxic Holocaust), the LP was mixed and recorded at Developing Nations Studio in Baltimore, Maryland and features cover art by Hellion. The record can be pre-ordered digitally here while physical versions are available at this location.



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