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Huntress Unleash ‘Spell Eater’ Video

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Female fronted metal band Huntress have released a video for their track ‘Spell Eater’ off of their debut album of the same name (due May 8). The video shows off the ferocity and the beauty that is Huntress.

The video is directed by Simon Chan, who also directed their video of their track ‘Eight of Swords.’ The video for ‘Spell Eater’ intertwines scenes of the band rocking out in the Mojave Desert with shots of stunningly cloaked singer Jill Janus sucking the life out of various people.

When we asked guitarists Blake Meahl and Ian Alden what the name ‘Spell Eater’ meant to them, they had two very unique takes on the meaning. Meahl said, “I think it means to just have a blast, I don’t know, eat spells and party,” while Alden added, “I think it’s suppose to imply some sort of drug addiction and the realm beyond it brings to you.”

Huntress are currently putting their spell on fans as they are out on tour with DragonForce; for a full list of dates, click here.

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