See and hear a very different side of WITHERFALL by checking out the highly emotional video for the new song “The River.” Watch it below.
After their homages to throwback horror with the videos for “As I Lie Awake” and “The Other Side Of Fear,” the visual for “The River” finally shows a full band performance. The video was directed by Bradford Lloyd Cooper for Combobulated Arts Incorporated.
“‘The River’ is a song about singer Joseph Michael‘s deceased father. It refers to the family fishing spot up near Thousand Islands by the Canadian border of New York State. During the recording, tears were shed… Hopefully this song honors JM‘s father appropriately. R.I.P., Kenneth Martin Furney,” the band shares about the song’s deeply personal meaning.
Witherfall’s “Curse of Autumn” is scheduled for a worldwide street date of March 5, 2021, with the U.S. vinyl available April 2. Pre-order it here.
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Witherfall previously released the cinematic video for “As I Lie Awake.” The clip was directed by Zev Deans (Ghost, Behemoth, Chelsea Wolfe, St. Vincent.) The band also shared the lyric video for “Another Face.”