Canadian singer Cold Specks discusses the making of the music video for her song 'Blank Maps'.
Cold Specks have released a video for their haunting new single, Absisto. The video, which foreshadows the August release of the doom-soul outfit's sophomore album Neuroplasticity, features frontwoman Al Spx leading the band in some dark magic.
Shot at his Los Angeles home, Moby explains that the video for A Case For Shame is depicting him drowned and in the afterlife, where individuals wear masks to disguise themselves out of shame. Take a look at his unique, self-directed music video.
Cold Specks frontwoman, Al Spx, plays a villainous corpse bride in the video for Hector. It suits her, as the track features an ominous arrangement full of dark, swimming guitar melodies (which work real nicely against her smokey gospel voice).
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