Rabia Sorda launch videoclip for 'Eye M The Blacksheep'Posted on 05/12/12
Available now for your online video streaming pleasure is the video for Rabia Sorda's new single "Eye M the Blacksheep". Written, produced and directed by Ricardo Soto, you can watch it after the jump.
Rabia Sorda is the side project of Erk Aicrag, lead singer of the Mexican aggrotech band Hocico.
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