California thrashers Exmortus have unleashed a meaty video for the song “Feast of the Flesh.” Although the video doesn’t have a NSFV (Not Safe For Vegans/Vegetarians) warning, it is perfect for the hungry carnivores out there. The track is taken from the group’s upcoming album The Sound of Steel, which is scheduled to arrive on June 8th via Prosthetic Records.
Vocalist/guitarist Jadren “Conan” Gonzalez commented:
“As some may have noticed on my personal page, I don’t just post guitar or band stuff but a lot of food pictures, and I’m no vegan. ‘Feast of Flesh’ is a celebration of our carnal needs and desires. I’m not trying to make any political/environmental statements but I feel this song expresses the ugly and brutal nature of humans and other animals. It ain’t pretty so we thought it would be fun to shoot the band chowing down on actual raw flesh fresh from the meat market. My girlfriend was willing to play the hapless victim of the carnage, which made the whole experience quite fun and yet funny since we were all trying to act and not laugh at the whole idea. The song itself is more of a caveman stompy headbanger, so the music works beautifully with the lyrics and visuals in bloody harmony. So, sit back and enjoy the Feast of Flesh! Cheers!”
Check out the video below and pre-order The Sound of Steel here.