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Watch Warbeast’s 18 minute mini horror movie with Edwin Neal

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 2:29 PM (PST)

Warbeast  feature some of Bruce Corbitt’s fiercest vocals to date on new album Enter The Arena. There is almost no way as a serious metal fanatic to hear “Maze Of The Minotaur” and not go wild from the lightning assault of guitar and hammering rhythms paired with Corbitt’s gnarly and commanding proclamations.

Today, Metal Injection unveils the official video clip for a song called “Hitchhiker”. The tune, delivered as an eighteen-minute horror movie, is based on Edwin Neal’s character in the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

 

Elaborates vocalist Bruce Corbitt, “I’ve actually had this idea of using Ed Neal for a music video for a long time. So after we knew for sure that we were going to include a song called ‘Hitchhiker’ on the new WARBEAST album, the timing was right to make this old idea become a new reality. The lyrics for the song are based on Ed’s character from the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre. But this short film/music video is not related to that movie plot in any way. This is really just a silly script and a band having fun working on our final project together. Ed was a complete professional and great to work with and we are excited to have him starring in this. But like I said, this film isn’t to be taken serious I hope you have as much fun watching it as we had making it. Thanks to Michael Huebner and 12 Pound Productions for doing a great job filming and editing this video. I also got to give a shout-out to Lee Russell and Gas Monkey Live for allowing us to film the music portion of this film there.”

 

View “Hitchhiker,” courtesy of Metal Injection, at THIS LOCATION.

Photo by Eric Younkin Jr.

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