RUSTY EYE: 'Mr. Cannibal' Video Posted Online

Los Angeles-based metal band RUSTY EYE has posted the video for its song "Mr. Cannibal" on YouTube. According to a press release, the clip "was professionally filmed in the city of Glendale, CA on 16 mm and was directed, co-produced, and financed by noted cinematographer Alejandro Ordoñez. Other industry luminaries who brought their talents to the high-budget production include: director of photography Eric Leach ('Cabin Fever'), film editor Johnny Bachelier ('Fronterz'), and co-producer/colorist Bryan Robbins ('Something’s Wrong in Kansas'). The disturbing erotic NWOBHM-influenced tune and video blends in surging tribal rhythms and disturbing macabre visual imagery that recalls the work of Italian horror masters Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci."

Watch the "Mr. Cannibal" video below.

Having shared stages with internationally acclaimed bands such as DORO, VIXEN, KATATONIA, VEINS OF JENNA and MOONSPELL, RUSTY EYE "makes an eclectic 'sui generis' brand of music which attracts heavy metal listeners in all its extent, while their dark, gothic imagery appeals to horror movie enthusiasts as well," according to a press release. "Their female drummer/singer Miss Randall was a finalist at NAMM 2007 World's Fastest Drummer competition (hosted by DIVINE HERESY drummer extraordinaire Tim Yeung) reaching, within the feet category, 728 hits in one minute."


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