Chilean doom/death metal band Weight Of Emptiness released their new music video for »Chucao«
Chilean doom/death metal band Weight Of Emptiness released their new music video for »Chucao« from their latest full-length album, »Conquering The Deep Cycle«, out in 2019 via Australis Records.
The song is based on a legend associated with a little bird of the same name, which inhabits the forests of southern Chile. It is associated with a Mapuche legend, which indicates that if a walker goes into a forest and hears the Chucao trill from the right, he will have a quiet journey, but if the trill is from the left side, it will be better to return.
The video clip was recorded mainly in southern Chile, and was directed and edited by Lucho Villegas. Joaquín Cacciuttolo was in charge of photography and post color. The actor who appears is Mario Montecinos, who also wrote the lyrics of the song, and reflects part of his own history with some nuances to extol the search for freedom and how madness underlies the loneliness of the deepest part of the Valdivian rainforest.
Weight Of Emptiness was formed in 2015 in Santiago, Chile and they have released two full-length albums: »Anfractuous Moments For Redemption« (2017) and »Conquering The Deep Cycle« (2019).
Weight Of Emptiness is:
Alejandro Ruiz – Vocals
Juan Acevedo – Guitars
Alejandro Bravo – Guitars
Mauricio Basso – Drums
Mario Urra – Bass
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well