Mushroomhead Pairs With Cleveland Chamber Choir for New Music Video


A still from the new Mushroomhead music video. - COURTESY OF NAPALM RECORDS
  • Courtesy of Napalm Records
  • A still from the new Mushroomhead music video.
The local metal act Mushroomhead just released a new music video for “A Requiem For Tomorrow," and the song features the Cleveland Chamber Choir during the eerie intro.

“Dr. F [Ryan Farrell] and the Cleveland Chamber Choir did such an amazing job that I felt compelled to bring it to life a little further," says Mushroomhead's Skinny in a press release about the music video. "Some of the elements and characters in the video are roughly based on a short story that I’ve been working on for SK1INDUSTRIES. Working under Covid conditions and restrictions certainly has put limitations on things, so I would personally like to thank the band, all of the crew and extras that believed and busted their asses to help me make this happen. Music and art is a privilege after all, and I don’t take any of this for granted…”

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