MAYHEM Debut “Falsified & Hated” Video – Turbo Rules

MAYHEM Debut “Falsified & Hated” Video

Mayhem, whose sixth album, Daemon, is available digitally, with a physical release arriving tomorrow, share a video for “Falsified & Hated”.

“This is the first official music video we have released, so indeed some thought went into this,” explains Teloch. “Instead of having us filmed at some dodgy location with instruments not even plugged in, we did something different, in the true tradition of the band. We hired Johan Bååth (Watain, Lucifer, etc.) to direct the video and we also were lucky enough to get the infamous Swedish graffiti artist Ziggy Jonas Rasmusson to do his ritualistic paintings for the video.“

“When I was asked to do the very first Mayhem music video, I thought I really had to do something more than just a plain Black Metal video, I wanted to take it one step further and do something different but stay true to the genre and of course Mayhem’s iconic legacy as a band,” says Director Johan Bååth. “I thought of the artist Ziggy Jonas Rasmusson and his ritualistic paintings and I asked him if he wanted to participate. Together we came up with this idea of a ritualistic painted pentagon-shaped room, completely surrounded by five painted walls, facing a centered pentagram-painting with Ziggy´s ”hex-text” signs and symbols all over, each of the five point corners symbolizing human expiration.

In the middle we see an organic neoplasm tumor-like shaped form, all muddy and dirty with wooden branches ensnared around it. The surreal and scary-looking outgrowth is almost breathing with dark energy, attached to several plastic tubes connected to five cloaked characters symbolizing the five members of Mayhem. They´re completely occupied with different ritual tasks destroying all humanity and contributing matter and dark energy to the demon creation in the middle.”

The ”Falsified & Hated” video arrives as the band prepares for a North American tour in support of the album, co-headlining the Decibel Magazine Tour with Abbath. Tickets are available tomorrow, Nov. 8, at 10 am local time and can be purchased at decibelmagazine.com/tour.

Decibel Magazine Tour:

March 13 Denver, CO The Ogden Theatre
March 14 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
March 16 Portland, OR Roseland Ballroom
March 17 Seattle, WA Showbox Market
March 18 Vancouver, BC The Imperial
March 20 San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom
March 21 Santa Ana CA The Observatory
March 22 San Diego, CA The Observatory North Park
March 24 Phoenix, AZ The Pressroom
March 25 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
March 27 Austin, TX Empire Garage
March 28 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live
March 29 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall
March 31 Tampa, FL The Ritz
April 1 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
April 2 Charlotte, NC The Underground
April 3 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore
April 4 New York, NY Webster Hall
April 6 Boston, MA The Paradise
April 7 Montreal, QC Corona Theater
April 8 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall
April 9 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls
April 10 Chicago, IL The Metro

Mayhem is currently in the midst of a European tour, those dates are:

November 7 Lyon, France CCD
November 8 Toulouse, France Le Metronum
November 9 Barcelona, Spain Salamandra
November 10 Madrid, Spain Mon Madrid
November 12 Milan, Italy Magazzini Generali
November 13 Geneva, Switzerland PTR
November 14 Vienna, Austria Szene
November 15 Prague, Czech Republic Meet Factory
November 16 Berlin, Germany Astra
November 17 Lille, France Tyrant Fest
November 19 Kassel, Germany Musik Theater 130BPM
November 20 Wetzikon, Switzerland Hall Of Fame
November 21 Mannheim, Germany MS Connexion Complex
November 22 Oberhausen, Germany Turbinehalle
November 23 Vosselaar, Belgium Biebob
November 24 Copenhagen, Denmark Pumpehuset
November 26 Tampere, Finland Pakkahuone
November 27 Helsinki, Finland Tavastia
November 29 Stockholm, Sweden Fryshuset Klubben
November 30 Gothenburg, Sweden Pustervik

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