Polish composer Wojciech Golczewski is known to many as the creator of the music behind fantastic genre titles such as We Are Still Here, Late Phases, Mohawk, and Beyond The Gates. He’s also released two albums and just dropped a third, The Priests of Hiroshima, last week.
Normally, Golczewski‘s music tends to feel like it comes from beyond our orbit, a sci-fi-fueled synth assault powered by the cosmos. Telling us about his third album, Golczewski “…instead explores the science of proto-atomics. Hence, Priests of Hiroshima is a synthscape from the flesh, a sinister and menacing soundtrack for the atomic age.“
Today, we’re here to bring you the exclusive video premiere for “Metus”, the opening track of The Priests of Hiroshima. The video was directed by Matt Stuertz, who directed the horror features RWD and Tonight She Comes. The video can be seen above.