Last week, Greek melodic metal masters NIGHTFALL premiered the NSFW official music video for the song “Martyrs of the Cult of the Dead (Agita)” via OnlyFans! The band is now sharing the censored version of the video via the official Season of Mist YouTube. You can watch the latest version at THIS LOCATION.
The original video, which was created by Antoine de Montremy, can also be seen for FREE at THIS LOCATION.
NIGHTFALL vocalist Efthimis Karadimas previously commented, “We are honored to have our ‘Martyrs of the Cult of the Dead,’ aka ‘Agita,’ being made by Antoine de Montremy, the producer of Chris Holmes’ documentary ‘Mean Man’ (official selection in 2020 Hollywood Gold Awards, Florence Film Awards, Orlando Film Festival and FMX) and his fabulous team. The video is based on ‘Agita’ lyrics and it represents the struggle with depression through its personification in female form (the word “depression” is a female noun in the Greek language). OnlyFans premiere has been chosen to avoid problems with YouTube’s strict policy towards nudity and violence. Especially the latter. This is not a porn video.”
Video director Antoine de Montremy added, “In pure Nightfall fashion, approaching this video and the song’s concept has been quite a challenge: Efthimis already had a very precise vision for ‘Agita’ and we wanted to honor both the song and its message.
“Opening up about depression and its very solitary struggle is quite a brave move in nowadays so well polished metal world. Introducing female metaphors and pushing all boundaries was the only path to illustrate this inner struggle between love and hate, comfort and fear, joy and despair.
“Blessed with Hanna and Fanny’s outstanding performances – embodying all feelings human mind can experience – and thanks to the greatest filming crew ever, we are happy to unleash the fury of Agita to the world!”
‘At Night We Prey’ is out NOW and can be streamed, downloaded, and purchased HERE.
NIGHTFALL have previously announced new European tour dates together with Draconian in March 2021! A full list of confirmed shows can be found below.
10 Mar 22 Warsaw (PL) Hydrozagadka
11 Mar 22 Gdansk (PL) Drizzly Grizzly
12 Mar 22 Berlin (DE) Nuke
13 Mar 22 Leipzig (DE) Hellraiser
14 Mar 22 Prague (CZ)Nova Chmelnice
15 Mar 22 Regensburg (DE) Eventhall Airport
16 Mar 22 Mannheim (DE) MS Connexion Complex
17 Mar 22 Dortmund (DE) Junkyard
18 Mar 22 Hamburg (DE) Kronensaal
19 Mar 22 Enschede (NL) Metropool
20 Mar 22 Rotterdam (NL) Baroeg
21 Mar 22 Antwerpen (BE) Zappa
22 Mar 22 Rennes (FR) Ubu
23 Mar 22 Paris (FR) Petit Bain
24 Mar 22 Zurich (CH) Werk 21
25 Mar 22 Paderno (IT) Slaughter Club
26 Mar 22 San Donà di Piave (IT) Revolver
27 Mar 22 Vienna (AT) Viper Room