Internal Bleeding release new video

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NYC death metal band, Internal Bleeding, is pleased to unveil the official new video for “Fabricating Bliss.¬†Filmed by director Kirk Farrington and adapted from a concept developed by bassist Jay Liff and vocalist Keith DeVito, the video was shot in a chaotic style to match the frenzied mind of the video’s protagonist.

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8 thoughts on “Internal Bleeding release new video”

  1. Noktorn of the metal archives says:

    Speaking of videos, here’s Immolation playing in Amsterdam with a crowd
    that seems bored out of their lives !! Need more proof that Immolation were
    always unenjoyable?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O30j2u6WW48

    1. Grail's Mysteries says:

      I saw Morbid Angel get the same (lack of) reaction from a Portland audience, despite playing an excellent set. It’s not the band’s fault if a crowd has the “Sigh…life is so boring” attitude.

      1. Moloko + says:

        What do you want to prove something is enjoyed? a bunch of kids jumping around? cutting loose in the pit? lOl.

        I often go to metal shows and just stand there, sometimes moshing gently or moshing in my mind even and it doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate the music, I just so happen to get really bad motion sickness after this bad car accident I was in 5 years ago. I can’t believe how shallow some of the judgements people are making here.

        1. “I often go to metal shows and just stand there,”
          That’s me.
          I’m listening to the music, not “releasing stress” or “expressing my emotions”.

      2. Reverse Conspyrer says:

        Grail’s Mysteries, are you talking about the Morbid Angel ‘Covenant’ anniversary show @ Hawthorne Theater? Cuz they were getting a MASSIVE reaction from the under-21 zone.
        But yeah, I was pleased to be in the back with calm/stoic metalheads, meditating on the intense onslaught of MA.

        1. Grail's Mysteries says:

          I was thinking of the 2012 show. The Covenant-tour crowd in the following year was much more lively, yes.

    2. Moloko + says:

      Honestly whenever i see a band as legendary and impressive live … i just watch the show. I don’t mosh

    3. Reverse Conspyrer says:

      Yes, I DO need ‘more’ proof of that.

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