German melodic/symphonic black metal act Atrium Noctis issued a new video clip for the song "Zerberons Erwachen." The track list lifted from the band's latest album "Aeterni," which was issued back in September 2017 via Sliptrick Records.
Check out the clip in the player above. The video was shot by Sascha Krüger of Imotion Factory. It was filmed in a real stalactite cave and in the middle of the forest in a clearing that unfolded its special appeal through trees that had fallen from the storm. While many bands in the Black Metal genre are constantly experimenting with new stylistic devices, Atrium Noctis continues to rely entirely on a traditional, mystic-occult performance. Thus, on the one hand, to the proven origins of this guild is paid homage, but the formation performs also with a good deal of autonomy. Under the earth: the whole thing has been recorded under arduous circumstances at the beginning of January 2018 in the stalactite cave Wiehl, under a forest in the mystical Siebengebirge. The cave, located 50 km east of Cologne, is about 20 meters underground, there prevail about 8 degrees Celsius. Concerning the content of their new music video, Atrium Noctis hopes that inclined spectators will be able to visualize the threshold between this world and the hereafter, whose boundaries are thematically blurred in "Zerberons Erwachen."