German experimental metal outfit Valborg have premiered the official video for their track “Sulphur Vitriol Angel” over at No Clean Singing. The sludgy, atmospheric track, which comes from their recently released album Romantik, is set to a Soheyl Nassary-directed clip depicting the band adorned with floral headdresses. The band and Nassary commented on the new video:
“For the 2nd time we worked with German artist Soheyl Nassary. He chose the song and created the concept for this video. It’s his vision of a “Sulphur Vitriol Angel”, thus the word belongs to him.”
“My work is based mostly on a visual idea, which tells a story and creates a mood by default through targeted production. The floral theme is a game with Romantik stereotypes and thus to contextualize the VALBORG song/music theme.”
You can view the video after the break as well as stream the new album, Romantik.