Norwegian death metal assault unit Blood Red Throne has released a new video! The new clip id for the track Bloodity, which has been lifted from current BRT album Fit To Kill, which was released last year through Danish label Mighty Music. You can watch the clip below!
To produce the clip, Blood Red Throne guitar player Meathook has compiled many clips from his own camera, as well as videos sent to the band from fans around the world. The video is a part of a longer video to be released in July, that takes you to the centre of what it’s like to hang with Blood Red Throne. It doesn’t really show Blood Red Throne from a good side, but it is indeed the right side.
About Bloodity, singer Bolt states “Bloodity is yet again a title with a word I made up. This one is a nod to David Bowie who passed, and the working title for me was Face Bloodity, but that was not clever, and it became Bloodity, that I didn’t tell anyone before was inspired by Space Oddity. The song is about my never-ending hatred for religious warfare, death, and terror for “god” and so on. It doesn’t shine through by ear since my singing is not so understandable, but I always try to write clever lyrics getting my thoughts or emotions out, or describing fictional ugliness to impress a certain emotion on the “reader” in the booklets.”
When asked about the then new album Fit To Kill by Sentinel Daily‘s Alice Kyteler last year, guitarist Daniel (Død) Olaison commented: :”It takes us back to our roots. Old-school death metal with that Blood Red Throne groove to it. We wanted to have a dirty, but powerful production. It’s all about the riffs for us, but the arrangement and songwriting has become very important to us over the years. It’s our ninth album and it is evident that we’re still going strong as a band in our twenty first year”.
Read the full interview HERE