Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Chicago horror-inspired death metal band Broken Hope to bring you the exclusive music video premiere for “The Flesh Mechanic”, which comes from the band’s latest album Omen Of Disease (order here). The video, which was directed by Corey Soria, features a cameo from Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares and is full of gore, violence, and blood, as the song name would suggest. Definitely not for the faint of heart (in which case, what are you doing on this site?)!
The video features amazing, gore-laden traditional horror FX by FX wizard Jamie Grove, who handles make up and creature effects for major motion pictures. Jamie Grove began his career at age 13 and has been working in his craft for 15 years. Jamie’s resume includes his work on such films as The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween, Halloween 2, The Hills Have Eyes 2, Hostel 2, and his current work can be seen in the new Robocop, Captain America 2, and all of the Iron Man movies.
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Chicago death metal band Broken Hope has issued an update regarding their new album, which is their first release since 1999′s Grotesque Blessing. The band signed with Hard Impact Management earlier this year and states they will be committed to writing and touring, including being currently booked for the 2013 editions of Extremefest (Germany) and Maryland Death Fest.
The band issued the following official statement:
“We want to give you all a quick Broken Hope update before the New Year, and we have some exciting news! First, congratulations to Broken Hope’s own Shaun Glass on the birth of his first child: Maddux Burton Glass, born Dec 17, 2012. Maddux enters the world just before Christmas and just as Broken Hope is writing the new album!
Speaking of the new album, we can officially say that we’ve written 11 songs so far– and are still trucking along with more material. The new material is so ferocious, we jokingly sum up the vibe of the new music as ‘Reign In Bowels’ because it’s like someone took Slayer’s ‘Reign In Blood’ and mated that intensity and horror with the extremity and sickness of Broken Hope’s ‘Bowels of Repugnance’ album…It’s insanely heavy and unrelenting! That said, here’s a couple song titles we can release to you all– chew on these: ‘The Flesh Mechanic’ and ‘Give Me the Bottom Half.’ We can’t wait for you to hear ‘em all! Happy Holidays everyone!” READ MORE