AKERCOCKE Shoots Video In London Strip Club

U.K. death metallers AKERCOCKE filmed a video for the song "Intractable" earlier in the week in an exclusive gentleman's club in the depths of London's Soho district. The idea for the video, shot by U.K. production company Multiplicity, was developed from a storyboard drawn up by the band's drummer, David Gray. Check it out at this location.

Taken from 2005's "Words That Go Unspoken" release, "Intractable"'s video will feature an explosive performance from AKERCOCKE in a club within the heart of London's infamous Soho district. Fans can expect to see AKERCOCKE blasting away to the audience, surrounded by the expected X-rated entertainment typical of Soho's more "adult" locale.

"Intractable" is expected to hit screens before the end of September. Stills from this week's shoot can be seen online: Photo#1, Photo#2.


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