The Gloom In The Corner drop video along with new album
Melbourne, Australia's The Gloom In The Corner have released yet another single and cinematic video from their third album Trinity. The video is for the single "Behemoth". The video follows videos for Ronin, From Heaven To Hell, New Order, and Pandora's Box, which tell an ongoing story.
The band had a few words to say on the track:
"'Behemoth', from a story stand-point, follows our Unholy Trinity as they venture to claim the last item required to start their ritual to return to the living; the Heart of the Ruler. They venture into the Tower of Babel to take on Asmodeus, the current Ruler of the Realm, being faced with a horde of demons and the Ruler himself, who eggs on the violence from his throne. The Ronin spares no time launching himself at Asmodeus, and the two begin a close fight while Rachel and Clara battle the horde around them.
From a real world perspective, 'Behemoth' tackles the topic of betrayal and having to be torn between two parties, effectively playing middle-man, and the mental duress such an act can entail, reflective of how the Ronin behaves when chaperoning Clara and Rachel through the descent into Hell."
The album Trinity, out today via Sharptone Records, features many guest performances:
Ryan Kirby of Fit For a King
Joe Badolato of Fit For An Autopsy
Laruen Babic of Red Handed Denial
Ellijah Witt of Cane Hill
Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake
Taylor Barber of Left To Suffer
Monica Strut of The Last Martyr
Monique Pym of Reliqa