See: Spiritworld’s Death Western Video For Track ‘The Bringer Of Light’

Sean Jorg

Stu Folsom’s Alt-Country / Punk band Spiritworld’s debut album ‘Pagan Rhythms’ is set to be re-released on November 5th via Century Media Records. The band have shared the video for track The Bringer Of Light.

Speaking about the new video, Folsom comments:

“The film for ‘The Bringer of Light’ has been a long time in the making. The director, Todd Hailstone, and I met in high school. He roadied on my first band’s first tour and we lived together at the infamous Hammer Lane junkyard squat when we were young, dirt poor and wild as fuck. It was incredible to reconnect artistically after all these years and hand the reins over to someone that I have spent hours punishing with my plans for the fiction and film sides of the SpiritWorld project.”

Stu adds, 

“I asked Todd to come up with a treatment that would introduce the world to the characters of [my book] Godlessness and Pagan Rhythms, on a budget that should barely cover another tired ‘band in warehouse head banging’ video, and he was able to completely nail the John Ford meets 70’s horror vibe anyway!!!! I am so thankful to all of the talented actors and crew that helped create this video, it turned out super cool and I can’t wait for people to check it out!”

Mix an epic riff with harsh vocals and some thunderous drumming and you can’t help but right a banger. Which is exactly what Spiritworld have done. The Bringer Of Light throbs with a horror filled metal that gets better with each spin.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the bands Website

Pre order the album here

  • Ltd. 180g black LP + Art Print (with alternative cover artwork)
  • This format is only available for the 1st pressing!
  • Ltd. Edition apple red LP + Art Print (with alternative cover artwork)
  • This format is only available for the 1st pressing! Expected to ship Spring 2022!
  • Ltd. CD Digipak
  • Digital Album

Track Listing

  1. Pagan Rhythms
  2. The Bringer of Light
  3. Unholy Passages
  4. Night Terrors
  5. The Demon Storm
  6. Armageddon Honkytonk & Saloon
  7. Godless
  8. Comancheria
  9. Ritual Human Sacrifice
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