Metal goth-rock act October Noir have just released a brand new music video: “A Halo Hung From Horns”. In the video October Noir ventures into the territory of cheesy horror and antics, with influences from films such as “Evil Dead” and “The Exorcist”. “A Halo Hung from Horns” portrays the physical adaptation of the lyrical content that explores the two faced nature of humankind that presents themselves as an angel and savior to their partner, only to discover their true nature as an absolute demon, betrayer, and conniving deceiver that merely grips onto their lover to drain them, use them, and ultimately leave them when their next victim arises.
The video was filmed in the mountains of Georgia.
Started in 2017 by Tom Noir, October Noir mixes the genres of goth, doom, metal, and rock altogether. Formed in Pensacola, Florida, October Noir features drummer Tyler Fleming, keyboardist Doug Lane, and of course, lead vocals and bassist, Tom Noir.
So far the band released three full length albums and nine singles. The latest album “Letters to Existence” features a link to many easter eggs with samples from readings of Dante’s Inferno in “A Halo Hung From Horns”, as well as nods to many other legends throughout history.
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