Progressive Death Metal veterans SADIST have released a video for the song ‘The Birds’, the second single taken from the band’s new album ‘Spellbound’, which came out on November 9th, 2018 via Scarlet Records.
Produced and mixed by Tommy Talamanca at Nadir Music Studios in Genova, Italy, ‘Spellbound’ is centered around the life and work of influential filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. Each of the 11 songs included in the album traces the plot of a Hitchcock movie, including masterpieces such as ‘Frenzy’, ‘Notorius’, ‘The Birds’ and of course ‘Psycho’, all with a very distinctive Sadist twist that make them stand out. Musically, ‘Spellbound’ is one the band’s heaviest and darkest albums to date, but the Progressive and Death Metal influences that fans of the band have learned to love are still intact.
The cover artwork was made by SoloMacello (Ennio Morricone, Nick Oliveri, Mos Generator) and the first edition of the album is available in a 6-panel digipack, vinyl limited to 500 copies and all digital formats.
Also check out the lyric video ‘Bloody Bates’, the first single taken from the new album ‘Spellbound’:
1. 39 Steps
2. The Birds
4. Rear Window
5. Bloody Bates
7. Stage Fright
8. I’m the Man who Knew too Much
10. The Mountain Eagle