IMMOLATION release ‘When The Jackals Come’ music video

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IMMOLATION is a name long synonymous with the extreme music scene, delivering some of the most unique and creatively dark death metal the underground has witnessed over the past 30 years. With the release of »Atonement« last year, IMMOLATION proved once again that they are one band that does not look back, continuing to push the limits and remaining a vibrant force for the future of a genre they helped define.

Today, the New York death metal giants have released a music video for the track ‘When The Jackals Come’. Taken from the critically acclaimed release »Atonement«, the clip was directed by none other than the band’s very own guitarist, Robert Vigna.

Watch the clip here:

Commented the band:

“We are excited to release this new video to the fans! This is one of our favorite songs off the »Atonement« record. The song itself has a very dark vibe, so we aimed to make the video as best a representation of it as we could. We hope everyone enjoys it! ‘Their war is already won … your world will end, when the jackals come.'”

»Atonement« was recorded at Millbrook Sound Studios in Millbrook, NY with longtime producer Paul Orofino, and mixed and mastered once again by Zack Ohren (ALL SHALL PERISH, DECREPIT BIRTH, SUFFOCATION). Cover art was created by renowned artist Pär Olofsson (IMMORTAL, THE FACELESS, EXODUS, ABYSMAL DAWN), along with additional artwork by the very talented Zbigniew Bielak (GHOST, ENSLAVED, PARADISE LOST,
WATAIN).

Order »Atonement« now: nblast.de/ImmolationAtonement

Order »Atonement« digitally: nblast.de/ImmolationDownloads

More on »Atonement«:

‘Destructive Currents’ 360º video  https://youtu.be/lOUh2ctYZFE

‘Fostering the Divide’ visualizer https://youtu.be/dJDMVRMYgfI

Thomas Nielsen
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When my old buddy Kenn Jensen asked me if I wanted to contribute to the new site he had created, then called powermetal.dk, I didn't hesitate. My love for metal music was and is great. I wrote my first review during the summer of 2004 (Moonspell's 'Antidote' album). In 2015, I took over the editor-in-chief role.

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