Liturgy "Quetzalcoatl" (video)

Liturgy 'Quetzalcoatl' (video)
Post-black metal explorers Liturgy certainly divided their audience with the release of their strange new album The Ark Work. Whether you're a fan or not, however, there's no denying that they've crafted a compelling collection of songs. Up next, they've treated "Quetzalcoatl" to a new music video.

The shredding mid-tempo track is paired with an abstract video courtesy of Japanese collective AUJIK. A press release explains that AUJIK "is constructed as an esoteric sect that believes in a form of animistic technology, influenced by Shinto and AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)."

The write-up also includes a statement from Liturgy frontman Hunt Hunter-Hendrix. "I was interested in working with AUJIK because they use CGI to traverse boundaries between the organic, machinic, subjective, sacred and profane in a stunning way, and the project seemed to complement my own efforts with the arrangements on The Ark Work," he said. "I asked them to make a meditative piece drawing from Doré's famous illustration of The Divine Comedy depicting Dante and Beatrice gazing into the Empyrean realm, and they took it from there."

Watch the video for "Quetzalcoatl" below.