Fulgora’s New Music Video is Not For the Weak of Stomach

Photo by Jody Dorignac
Photo by Jody Dorignac

Last we checked in with Fulgora, we were premiering their brand new Converse Rubber Tracks-recorded jam “Meridian” right here on MetalSucks. The ferocious grind outfit — which features cousins Adam and John Jarvis (who also play in Pig Destroyer together, while Adam is also also a member of Misery Index and John is also also a member of Agoraphobic Nosebleed) — was described by our own Señor Rosenberg thusly: “forget a bull in a china shop, this is more like a bull in a china shop trying to dodge flying, electrified circle saws being shot at him from a cannon.” Touché.

Now “Meridian” has a music video, and said video is just as jarring as the song itself. While I usually tend to shy away from videos that feature gruesome/shocking clips of religious imagery and wartime footage (simply because there’s been so many such videos)), I couldn’t tear my eyes away from this one, particularly that scene of a full-on aerial bombardment of individual soldiers fleeing on foot. Intense.

Full-length album Strategem comes out in February via Housecore Records.

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