CADAVERIA, the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marçelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias), has released the video for its song "Anagram". The track comes off the group's latest album, "In Your Blood", which was released in May via Season of Mist.
Commented the group: "Switch your mind to the profane, to flesh and to madness. 'Anagram' is a mass of deranged surrealism, of innocence turned into sin, stuffed with first choice offal.
"From a concept by Marçelo Santos and Cadaveria, the video features the contribution of Italian artist Max Bottino and involves theater actresses and performers.
"Soaked of tension and of obscure energy, the video shows the anguished face of the band's last album 'In Your Blood'."
Watch the "Anagram" video below.
CADAVERIA's sophomore album, "Far Away from Conformity", was released in early 2004. The follow-up to 2002's "The Shadows' Madame" was recorded and mixed at Capitan Woofer Studio in Italy and was mastered at the Mastering Room in Sweden.
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