Artist: Death Has No Dominion Track: Harvest Director: Sacha Maric DoP: Sacha Maric Editor: Sacha Maric Colourist: Kaj Ivanovic, Chimney Flame: James Johnston, Chimney
Danish-duo Death Has No Dominion are excited to announce their new self-titled LP out June 17 via SQE.
Death Has No Dominion also release a video for "Harvest" which shot at various locations in Southern California.
The story of Death Has No Dominion exists within their music. It is not a story that begins with the phrase "once upon a time" and it does not unfold chronologically. It is implacable, built on atmosphere and emotional heft rather than centered on actual fact. If you listen closely, you can hear it, the tale of two musicians who found an inherent and inspirational connection in the juxtaposition of themselves.
Rasmus Bak and Bjarke Niemann are the two musicians. They have known each other for a certain amount of time. They are both from the same place, but the exact location of that place is not relevant to this story. In the fall, some time ago, the two musicians went to upstate New York to stay in a black house once owned by Willem Dafoe. It is called the Rubber House and among its many strange features is a gigantic dance room. Rasmus and Bjarke drank a lot of wine in the house and they made a lot of music.