Bloody Hammers release official video for first single “Now the Screaming Starts”

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Inspired by the 1973 horror flick “Now the Screaming Starts” the Transylvania County based duo Bloody Hammers release the first official video of their upcoming album “The Summoning”.

The video transports the sinister and dark feeling that Bloody Hammers create as no other band in 2019.

Anders Manga on the video and the song:
“When I was thinking about my approach for the "Now the Screaming Starts" video, I just happened to be watching some classic movie trailers. The trailer for "The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave" and some other classic Giallo slashers got me inspired to go for that high contrast, color washed look. I think I accomplished it and we’re really stoked on the vibe of it now. The song was originally inspired by the Amicus Productions film, "And Now the Screaming Starts!" from the early 70s but it eventually took on its own narrative about a narcissistic killer who’s being haunted by his past victims. It all comes together in the video… but... please Don’t Watch It Alone!!! ...or at least have a nurse present. Up the Hammers!”...

Watch the video for “Now the Screaming Starts” below.

Bloody Hammers deliver their fifth studio album entitled “The Summoning” on June 28th, 2019, via Napalm Records! Halloween comes earlier this year!

The U.S. duo has prepared a wonderfully creepy horror musical experience that pays homage to classic flicks such as “Let Sleeping Corpses Lie” (1974) and “Now The Screaming Starts” (1973). Bloody Hammers’ idea of a soundtrack for your favorite video nasties holds some surprises on their upcoming record.

“The Summoning” will be available in the following formats:
• 4 page Digipack
• 1 LP Gatefold
• Digital album
• 2LP Gatefold (purple) – Napalm Records mailorder exclusive, strictly limited to 200 units

Pre-order the album here.

Tracklist:
1. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
2. Now the Screaming Starts
3. The Summoning
4. Fire in the Dark
5. The Beast is Coming Out
6. Welcome to Darkness
7. Tales That Witness Madness
8. Condemned, The Prisoner
9. From Beyond the Grave
10. Unbreakable

Frontman Anders Manga infused the new album tracks with epic metal and hard rock nuances. But don’t fret, the lumbering doom riffs deliver massive doses of goth rock, and Devallia’s psychedelic keyboards are present ever-still, and turn their latest effort “The Summoning” into a well-balanced, lush and highly infectious affair.

Line-up:
Anders Manga: Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Devallia: Keyboards/Organ

Weblinks:
www.facebook.com/BloodyHammers
www.bloodyhammers.com