SABBATH ASSEMBLY New Video
In The Time Of Abaddon
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Sabbath Assembly’s Ye Are Gods album is set for release on September 21st through The Ajna Offensive for North America and Svart Records for Europe. To say how original this record is would be an understatement. Sabbath Assembly have just released a visual for the song “In The Time Of Abaddon,” directed, shot and edited by Jason Keenan and Derek Abramson of Cinders//Ash Media. Read all of the killer details about the video below and let the trip begin after the jump!

The video for “In the Time of Abaddon” introduces viewers to a cataclysmic onslaught of Processian imagery, past and present, as Genesis P-Orridge (PSYCHIC TV, THROBBING GRISTLE) narrates the impending doom of the Apocalypse according to text by Process Church founder Robert deGrimston. New vocalist Jamie Myers then offers a chant from the “Discourse on Abaddon,” an ancient Coptic scroll that reveals the history and purpose of the Angel of Death – Abaddon: King of This World, a source of terror, to whom every person shall bow at the time of their death…no escape. Welcome to Hell:



 

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The video is a bit weak but also plays on the old school look of the Process zines. I’m a huge fan of Sabbath Assembly but I haven’t heard this yet. Gonna cross my fingers and hope for the best.

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This is one of the worst attempts at a “cult imagery”-laden music video I think I’ve ever seen. I just don’t understand the appeal – it’s not even well produced to look degraded, it’s just crap.