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Wrath Of Killenstein Drops New Video For “The Woman That I Loved Is Dead”

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 | Music

NYC metal group Wrath of Killenstein has just debuted “The Woman That I Loved Is Dead,” an epic, gloomy track that features a ’70s horror vibe with some of the striking, unsettling imagery the band has been known to inject into their videos.

Founded in the New York underground and fetish clubs, Wrath of Killenstein has played Milwaukee Metalfest and Gothstock, and their song “Igniissiis Dance” was included in EA’s Brutal Legend with Jack Black and a slew of other legendary metal bands. “The Woman I Loved Is Dead” is the final track from their new album, Divination En Blakk, and features Killenstein on vocals and guitars, longtime members Jomar C on lead guitar, and Servo on drums with guest performers Ave Rose on backing vocals and Gostov Drummon on drums. The track was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and Mixed by Kfir Gov.

Check out the video below, and for all things Wrath of Killenstein, visit their website

Rocco T. Thompson
Rue Morgue's Online Managing Editor, Rocco is a Rondo-nominated writer, critic, film journalist, and avid devotee of all things weird and outrageous. He penned the cover story for Rue Morgue's landmark July/Aug 2019 "Queer Fear" Special Issue, and is a regular contributor to Screen Rant, Slant Magazine, and other cinema-centric publications.