Something wicked is afoot, and it's coming from North Carolina. Bloody Hammers are building up to the June 10 release of their 'Under Satan's Sun' album on Napalm Records and they've teamed with Loudwire to exclusively debut their new video for 'Death Does Us Part' (watch above).

The clip finds the band on a road with the backdrop of a 'Dead End' sign as a perfect setting. The performance footage is interspersed with a side plot of a couple in olden times.

Frontman Anders Mangra tells Loudwire of the video, “I wrote this song about a cliff in Western North Carolina known as 'lovers leap' where legend has it couples have leapt to their death over the years. Mine focuses on a couple who went on a crime spree of murder and robbery. The police were tipped on where they were, which ended in a chase to Lovers Leap. Surrounded by the police on the cliff and facing life in prison, they chose to plunge to their death rather than be separated in life. The video was directed by Robert W. Filion around Crowders Mountain, North Carolina.”

Though 'Death Does Us Part' offers a more gothically dark side to their sound, Bloody Hammers music also pulls from elements of doom metal, stoner metal and psychedelic rock. To pick up the 'Under Satan's Sun' album in a variety of formats, check out the band's page at the Napalm Records online store.