We already knew that Abigail Williams’ The Accuser is coming out next week, just in time for Halloween, on October 30th. What we didn’t know until now, however, is that they’ve released a video for the album’s closing track, “Nummite.” The song, which premiered today on CVLT NATION, was described by that site as “sick as fuck and beautiful in a weird and twisted way” and “a country-tinged gothic anthem.” We’re not going to disagree. The song isn’t necessarily one that are looking for a song to sum up The Accuser, as it’s a near-instrumental, and more experimental and twangy than black metal. Much like the oblique images and fast cuts of violence and other imagery in the video, it’s pretty haunting. Here’s where the track gets it’s meaning from:
Known as the Sorcere’s Stone, “Nuummite” is believed to draw from the fiery energies of ancient Earth and combines with the elements of Storm.
Sure, ok! The Accuser will be out on Candlelight on October 30th.