BILL & PHIL: Revolver Premieres Official DIRTY EYE Video From Project Uniting Horror Icon Bill Moseley And Metal Legend Philip H. Anselmo, Record Out Now On Housecore12:48 PM
In commemorate its release, Revolver offers up the visual accompaniment to "Dirty Eye."
Point your peepers on over to THIS LOCATION to check it out.
Director Ryan Oliver said, "As a three-year alumni of Housecore Horror Fest, it was a special honor to make a video for BILL & PHIL. My crew and I had a lot of fun making this bizarre puppet show over the past winter/spring. This opportunity came right on the heels of our last Housecore video for [Housecore labelmates] Child Bite's 'Vermin Mentality.' Though different, I think they complement each other quite well. Once again, we were trusted to do what we wanted creatively and in the end, it seemed best to follow Bill Moseley's lyrical cues and try to interpret them in an entertaining fashion. We're pretty pleased with the turnout and hope it lives up to the uniquely wild music on this record."
"This video and down 'n' dirty and comes with no strings attached," Moseley said. "Well, except for the puppets. I can't speak for Phil, but frankly I've never looked better!" Anselmo finds it, "very very very very very interesting."Produced and performed by Anselmo and Stephen "The Big Fella" Berrigan (Down, SYK, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Eyehategod, haarp, Classhole, etc.), and mastered by Scott Hull of Visceral Sound, BILL & PHIL's "Songs Of Darkness And Despair" includes guest appearances by Kevin Bond (Superjoint) on guitar, Squizzy Squires (King Parrot) on bass and guitar, and Jose "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals) on percussion.
"Songs Of Darkness And Despair" is out now on Housecore Records.
Stream the record in its entirety at the official Housecore Bandcamp page at THIS LOCATION.
From preppie journalist to Satanic serial killer, Bill Moseley has taken a long and unusual road to cult stardom, firmly cementing his place in the annals of horror history along the way.
Anselmo said, "Working with Mr. Moseley was an awesome experience! Bill brought the lyrics and Stephen [Berrigan] and I just improvised directly on the spot, and squeezed out six tunes in three days. All the songs have a different vibe because I wanted the music to represent Bill's lyrical vision(s), and we needed to, because Bill does indeed have a unique, visual element within his choice of words and phrasing. I love Bill Moseley, and can't wait to work on the next one."