The Nietzsche release new vid

2019-09-06 by Eugene Tymchyk | 1 Comments
Ukrainian mathcore band The Nietzsche have released a music video for a song taken off their last EP Finals..

"Vasyl" and its lyrics are in fact a poem by Ukrainian poet and activist Vasyl Stus, who was starved to death in Soviet prison in the '80s. Stus was advocating for independence of Ukraine and was a fierce critic of Soviet Union and communism.

Music video is a part of a trilogy started with James Franko video and continued in In Kharms Way last year. It was directed by band's singer Eugene Tymchyk, and edited by Oleg Rooz, who is famous for his work with The Dillinger Escape Plan and Enter Shikari.

Finals. is available at Bandcamp: thenietzsche.bandcamp.com/album/finals



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Ecnalzen
September 6th 2019
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This band's videos are wonderfully strange.



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