Municipal Waste Premieres New Video For The Fatal Feast"
New album of the same name out April 10
By Adrien Begrand Mar 30, 2012 9:31AM
A month ago when I chatted with Municipal Waste guitarist Ryan Waste about the Virginia band's raucously fun fifth album The Fatal Feast, they were going to film their new video for the title track the following day, and he said it would follow the same "Waste in Space" theme that's depicted on the album cover. Well, the Jeff Speed-directed video is now out (shot on the old set of Joss Whedon'sFirefly series, interestingly enough), and not only does it do just that, but - not surprisingly - it's quite a funny clip as well, featuring a space ship, severed limbs in the beer fridge, and a very cartoonish bit of cannibalism. Plus it features one of the funnier POV shots I've seen in a music video in a while. Essentially, it's classic Municipal Waste: some top-notch, catchy thrash metal that's never afraid to coax a smile out of its audience.
Read my interview with Ryan Waste here.
The Fatal Feast comes out on April 10 on Nuclear Blast, and take my word for it, it's a buyer.