DEICIDE: Making Of ‘Defying The Sacred’ Video


Behind-the-scenes footage from the making “Defying The Sacred”, the brand new video from Florida dying metallic veterans DEICIDE, might be seen under. The monitor is taken from the band’s long-awaited new album, “Overtures Of Blasphemy”, which was launched on September 14 by way of Century Media. The follow-up to 2013’s “In The Minds Of Evil” was produced by Jason Suecof (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, TRIVIUM) at AudioHammer Studios in Sanford, Florida. The cowl art work was created by Zbigniew M. Bielak (GHOST, PARADISE LOST, MAYHEM) and might be seen under.

The “Defying The Sacred” clip was directed by Scott Hansen, who has beforehand labored with ANIMALS AS LEADERS and WHITECHAPEL.

After 30 years, it is believable to suppose DEICIDE would need to decelerate and soften the message. None of that’s taking place on “Overtures Of Blasphemy”. In reality, DEICIDE, with head demon Glen Benton and co-conspirator Steve Asheim on the helm, is just changing into darker, heavier, and extra excessive.

“I initially thought that, the older I obtained, the extra mellow I might get,” says Benton. “That’s not the case. I might say I am darker now than I ever was. What I have been via over time has positively darkened my coronary heart and soul.”


Lyrically, “Overtures Of Blasphemy” continues DEICIDE‘s campaign towards, not simply Christianity, however all religions. Benton says: “The lyrics additionally dig deep into my very own private darkness. It’s what I’m. Death metallic is what I do.”

“Overtures Of Blasphemy” monitor itemizing:

01. One With Satan (three:48)

02. Crawled From The Shadows (three:20)

03. Seal The Tomb Below (2:57)

04. Compliments Of Christ (2:44)

05. All That Is Evil (three:24)

06. Excommunicated (2:55)

07. Anointed In Blood (three:18)

08. Crucified Soul Of Salvation (three:00)

09. Defying The Sacred (three:30)

10. Consumed By Hatred (three:02)

11. Flesh, Power, Dominion (three:33)

12. Destined To Blasphemy (2:25)

Benton informed That Drummer Guy in regards to the songwriting course of for “Overtures Of Blasphemy”: “We all individually, me, Steve and Kevin [Quirion, guitar], write individually. As every one in all us would write a tune, we would convey it to follow and undergo it and fine-tune it. After this many information, you simply actually deal with all of the errors you have made and the issues that work and the issues that did not work, simply work off of these.

“In the start, we began writing or after I began writing, Steve wrote a pair, Kevin had just a few and I began writing,” he added. “When I began writing, it was, like, ‘Hey, man. He’s even writing so we higher get shifting on this factor.’ We had a speak about how we wished to make it catchy and make a file for us. Not attempting to please… I might reasonably please extra individuals. The greatest approach to describe it’s the YouTube movies now whenever you obtained 5,000 likes or ‘thumbs up’ for a tune or 100 ‘thumbs down.’ Well, I might reasonably make music for that 5,000 individuals than that hundred individuals. That actually was the main target and the place we wished to go. We wished to make it enjoyable. After this a few years of doing it, man, that you must do issues to make it enjoyable.”

DEICIDE in 2016 parted methods with longtime guitarist Jack Owen and changed him with Mark English (MONSTROSITY).

DEICIDE 2018 is:

Glen Benton (Vocals, Bass)

Steve Asheim Drums)

Kevin Quirion (Guitars)

Mark English (Guitars)





DEICIDE: Making Of 'Defying The Sacred' Video