Lauded U.K. doomsayers Electric Wizard recently announced their new album, Wizard Bloody Wizard. Today, the group has unveiled a gloomy performance visual for "See You In Hell," their six-minute, riff-laden sludgefest of a single off the impending LP, due November 10th via Spinefarm. Like the LP's title, the "See You In Hell" clip is a nod to heavy-metal tradition: See the clip's trippy, Sabbath-esque backdrop, all flickering hellfire and spooky skulls. Considering bandleader Jus Osborn's description of the track as "the most brutally simple and Neanderthal song ever," the accompanying visual's eldrich simplicity should come as little surprise. Check it out now.
Watch Electric Wizard's Black Sabbath-Inspired "See You in Hell" Video
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