New York progressive death/folk metal act Homerik has released a brand new video for the track "A Song of the Night: Part I," which is taken from the self-titled album, which dropped back on Halloween via Homerik Productions, LLC. The video is set in a Victorian-themed home and tells the following story: "Long ago, in a house within the woods, a girl and her older sister lived a seemingly normal life with their parents. They were a happy family, filled with love, care, and much affection. But one day, turmoil and disease fell upon the family as the mother of the two children passed away. Drunk and distraught, their father craved the romance of his lover and so turned to the only ones that could fill the void lingering in his heart. But death would make its rounds once again, and a girl was left to fend off the shadows in her room, alone..." Much like Alice in Wonderland, "A Song of the Night: Part I" takes you on a journey down the rabbit hole of a sad and neglected child's life experience. Check it out in the player above.