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Get your fill of Thrash and Gore! BLACK MASS “Nothing Is Sacred” Video Premiere

Holy shit, this new video from thrash warriors BLACK MASS just filled my mind with gooey, gory, nasty ideas! As soon as I watched this 80s horror-influenced video for “Nothing Is Sacred,” directed by Justin Maloney, I watched it again! The track is off their recent record, Feast at the Forbidden Tree, out now on Redefining Darkness Records — order it here. What I really want is for BLACK MASS and Maloney to make this entire rager of a record into a full-length horror flick. No dialogue, just brutal vocals and sickening riffs over a pummeling murder beat! I would sit down at a theater to watch it over and over and turn that shit into a cult classic. Who’s with me? Hit play on this campy, gore-filled video for “Nothing is Sacred”!

I had always wanted to do an homage to early to late 80’s horror. Meanwhile, Brendan (guitar/vocals) and I had talked about making something involving cannibal bikers and I figured a music video for Black Mass featuring those kind of characters would look pretty cool, plus it gave me an excuse to throw in a bunch of blood and gore and makeup effects which is pretty much what my production company, Cellar Dweller, does anyway so it was a good match.

– Justin Maloney, director

Video credits
A Cellar Dweller Production
Directed by Justin Maloney
Cinematography by Nick Sabia
Special effects make-up by ‘The Creep Gallery’
Lead make-up artist P.J. Rodrigues
Asst make-up artists Jason Wheelwright and Ashley Bosworth

Written By

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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