Video

  • Kings Must Die

    Kings Must Die

    Attendees to the Compulsive Necrophilia UK tour were treated to an utterly electrifying performance by Pantheïst. Although I could only capture a fragment of final epic opus “Kings Must Die”, these eight and a half minutes reflect the captivating energy of their Progressive Funeral Doom.

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  • Cult Italian Horror Metal!

    Cult Italian Horror Metal!

    A short video to promote the upcoming ‘Compulsive Necrophilia‘ tour, exhuming Italian Funeral Cultists ABYSMAL GRIEF into the UK this July. Main support for this leg will be from PANTHEÏST, with local Doom acts opening each bill. Together they’ll take in Bristol, Manchester and Brighton before the headliners return to Europe and onwards to Metal…

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  • Impromptu Projections

    Impromptu Projections

    While most folk were down in London for the big Black Metal shindig last weekend, I was back home in slightly cosier surrounds. Supporting local prog-goth rockers, (and old friends), Dawn of Elysium at the Lending Room in Leeds. As we’ve been working together on a sci-fi short film in recent months, I prepared some…

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  • Free Fix – Live!

    Free Fix – Live!

    Filmed on the last night of the Mentors tour at Ye Olde Salutation Inn, Nottingham. If anyone has footage from any of the shows, get in touch and send it in!

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  • Propaganda Transmission 1: Chthonic Odio UK Tour

    Propaganda Transmission 1: Chthonic Odio UK Tour

    Introducing PROPAGANDA TRANSMISSIONs, a semi regular series of short videos to showcase new projects, give production updates, and feature other artists I appreciate. Brief snippets of work, statements of intent, and more to come. For the first episode, we feature the Chthonic Odio UK Tour, with on the road messages from NervoChaos and Violentor.

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  • There Is No Tomorrow

    There Is No Tomorrow

    Principal photography has begun on my most ambitious video project yet. Working with Progressive Gothic Rock band Dawn of Elysium on a combination of music video and sci-fi short. More details will be released as the project develops, but the first day of shooting was a tremendous success. Working in Studio Five at Keighley’s Jam On Top…

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  • Burning Chaos

    Burning Chaos

    Another lyric video collaboration with German Label Witches Brew. Heralding the physical release of “Maleficus Sabbatum”, the sophomore album from renowned US Black Metal project A.I.D.S. Aiming for a more abstract, psychedelic vibe than the genre would expect or imply. This video takes a trip through occult symbolism and Lycanthropic Magick to deliver the bestial…

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  • Domination

    Domination

    A lyric video collaboration with German label Witches Brew and Swedish Thrashers Morphetik. “Domination” demanded a direct statement, juxtaposing military archive footage from the past century alongside artwork from upcoming album “Proclamation of War”. Exploring through dissonant imagery how the voting process can empower harsh realpolitik. It was a pleasure to work with both band…

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  • The Weird Mansion

    The Weird Mansion

    A Lovecraftian lyric video for Italian newcomers Canticle, who requested my services by name when label Witches Brew suggested they visualise the opening track of their debut EP – Mortem Tyrannis. Although the first draft of this project was more ambitious, more animated, and a little more tongue in cheek; it was ultimately decided to…

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  • Stand & Fight

    Stand & Fight

    A quick and dirty video thrown together for “Legendary” Audio Terrorists Sore Throat in May 2022. Deliberately rough around the edges, with hastily hand-scrawled lyrics atop archive footage from the Poll Tax riots of March 1990. These things don’t have to be sophisticated to make a point.

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  • Xavier

    Xavier

    “Eve bears the stigma of Original Sin.” A parable of Faith and Treachery, XAVIER is a short film created over three days in April 2022 to accompany the Mythological Dark Folk of Wolcensmen. A haunting cover of the original by Dead Can Dance, I was inspired to visualise the emotional and spiritual resonance of the…

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