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Napalm Death Unveil ‘Analysis Paralysis’ Video

Analysis Paralysis
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British grindcore innovators Napalm Death have just released a new music video for the track ‘Analysis Paralysis’ from their latest album, ‘Utilitarian.’ The video depicts a strange and demented variety of scenes, which will be sure to leave the viewer captivated and bewildered.

‘Utilitarian,’ which was released yesterday (Feb. 28), contains a ton of new Napalm tracks, including the three-minute and twenty-five-second ‘Analysis Paralysis.’ Shot by Napalm Death guitarist Mitch Harris, the video is a real trip. It depicts strange footage of the band in a basement dungeon being chained and suffocated along with shots of vocalist Mark “Barney” Greenway, whom we recently interviewed, in front of some very trippy scenes.

The video is a claustrophobic and uncomfortable experience, which complements the sound of ‘Analysis Paralysis’ in a strangely intriguing way. The feeling one gets when watching this video is difficult to explain, but it will resonate very deeply with some and bounce off of others due to its somewhat amateur production values, which is important in creating the odd the feel of the video.

The video for ‘Analysis Paralysis’ is now available for streaming through CVLT Nation.

Click the Image Below to Watch Napalm Death’s ‘Analysis Paralysis’

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