Spanish dark/horror metallers FOSCOR have teamed up with Metal Shock Finland to premiere for Finland the band’s Official New Video for the band’s 4th album title song “Those Horrors Wither”, released November 2014 by Alone Records. Watch the video below.
After the release of the new album “Those Horrors Wither” and the first video for the single “Graceful Pandora” one year ago by Alone Records, FOSCOR face 2016 as their 15th Anniversary, carrying on with their quest for the creative expression of Emotion. It’s time for the ultimate music video on this musical period. A visual poem conceived by RFH Photography & IRA Photography and edited again by the band’s founder member and guitarist Falke, for the title track “Those Horrors Wither”, filled with that same emotion which makes us aware of our own instincts. The one which lets us know we are alive. Those are the Horrors in Motion: The Hex of Life.
In order to commemorate their 15th Anniversary, FOSCOR has recently printed an exclusive T-Shirt created by Maldo Illustration & Branca Studio (Pentagram, Lucifer, Grave Pleasures, Kadavar, Ketzer…).
Comments Tarja Virmakari, Metal Shock Finland‘s CEO/Founder/President:
“We’re truly excited to premiere for Finland this masterpiece! “Those Horrors Wither” is full of emotions, about life and for life, with its dreams and nightmares… Great video, check out! “
“Those Horrors Wither” would be meant to show the relevance which primal fears hold to get to know ourselves, to know our flaws, and ultimately how we deal with the difficulties life itself makes us face. These Horrors are silenced by society, culture and history, relegating the individual too often to its least significance.
It is time to introduce a new approach from the visual perspective to the three grinds the human being faces in what we call “the hex of life”. Three levels of interaction, three challenges to endure, three horrors seldom overcome within the short distance which separates birth from death.
The relationship with what surrounds us.
The relationship with our peers.
The relationship with ourselves.
The time-lapse technique allows us through visual metaphors to reach a state of active drowsiness, entailed to each of the three topics. A sensory trance which takes as long as one’s life, and it is summarized in what an instant affects every individual. These stages are precisely dealt with during the 7 songs on the album through Love, Addiction, Control, the passing of Time, the Fear of the Unknown. And here they are found to form this visual poem which is connected to the album’s title song.
Art Concept: Foscor & RFH Photography
Script, Photography & all recordings: RFH Photography | http://www.rfhphotography.com
Starring: Irati Aguado (https://es.litmind.com/iraphotography) & Logan A. Draco
Edited by: Falke
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