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Chelsea Wolfe Unveils Video For The Culling

Monday, 09 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Chelsea Wolfe has released a video for The Culling.

The track features on 'Hiss Spun', the follow up to 2015's 'Abyss', which arrived in September through Sargent House. 

The video was inspired by the 1996 film Romeo + Juliet, as well as the work of artist Bill Crisafi, who co-directed the clip with Wolfe.

Wolfe has a busy few months ahead, including European dates with Emma Ruth Rundle, Brutus, Pallbearer and Ministry, as well as festival appearances. She will also tour the US this autumn with Russian Circles.

Chelsea Wolfe Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun September 23 2018 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Regency Ballroom (USA)
Tue September 25 2018 - SEATTLE Washington - Showbox (USA)
Wed September 26 2018 - PORTLAND Oregon - Mcmenamins Crystal Ballroom (USA)
Sat September 29 2018 - DENVER Colorado - Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom (USA)
Sun September 30 2018 - ALBUQUERQUE New Mexico - Sister (USA)
Wed October 03 2018 - SAN DIEGO California - Music Box - San Diego (USA)
Thu October 04 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Regent Theater-CA (USA)
Sat October 06 2018 - LAS VEGAS Nevada - Brooklyn Bowl-LV (USA)
Sun October 07 2018 - PHOENIX Arizona - Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix (USA)
Tue October 09 2018 - TUCSON Arizona - Rialto Theatre (USA)

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