Post-Apocalyptic Heavy Metal Music Video Goes Viral

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A new Post-Apocalyptic Heavy Metal Music Video has just gone Viral. This is one you don’t want to miss!


The Internet is a weird and wonderful place, and sometimes things just go viral for no apparent reason. Such is the case with a recent music video from Ukrainian metal band DNIPRO-5, which features the band performing in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

The video has been viewed over 3 million times on YouTube, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s an incredibly well-produced piece of work, with some stunning visuals and some really catchy metal riffs.

So why has this particular video struck a chord with so many people? It’s hard to say, but there’s no doubt that it’s a great example of post-apocalyptic fiction done right. If you’re a fan of metal music or post-apocalyptic fiction, then this video is definitely worth checking out.

The Video

The Music

Filled with images of fire and brimstone, war and death, the music video for Exmortus’ “Ride Forth” paints a bleak picture of the world’s end. The band’s sound is equally intense, a mix of thrash and power metal that will get your head banging. But despite the dark subject matter, there’s an element of fun to the video that makes it strangely addicting.

The Visuals

The video opens with a shot of a man walking through a desolate, post-apocalyptic wasteland. He’s wearing a torn and ragged shirt, and his pants are ripped at the knees. He’s carrying a huge sword on his back, and he looks tired and worn out. As he walks, we see that the ground is covered in debris and there are occasional fires burning in the distance.

The man eventually comes to a stop in front of a large metal door set into a rock wall. He looks up at the door for a moment, then turns and starts walking back the way he came. As he walks, we see that he’s being followed by a pack of snarling dogs. The man ignores them and keep walking until he comes to a small pond. He kneels down at the edge of the pond and takes a drink of water, then sits down to rest.

As he sits there, we see flashbacks of him walking through the wasteland, fighting off attacks from dogs and other creatures. In one scene, he’s even shown fighting off an attack from a huge bird-like creature. After a few moments, the man gets back to his feet and starts walking again.

As he walks, we hear some faint music playing in the background. The music gets louder and more distinct as the man approaches a huge metal structure in the distance. The structure is obviously some kind of factory or power plant, and it’s surrounded by barbed wire fence. The man climbs over the fence and starts walking towards the structure.

Suddenly, we hear loud heavy metal music blaring from inside the structure, and we see sparks flying through the air. The man quickens his pace as he approaches the building, and we see that there are people inside who are welding metal together. The sound of heavy metal music becomes even louder as we see more images of people working on projects inside the factory.

After a few moments, we see the man enter the factory through one of its huge doors. Inside, it’s even louder than it was outside, and we see sparks flying everywhere as people work on various projects. The man looks around for a moment before making his way to one of the workers who is operating a welding torch. He taps her on shoulder to get her attention (we can’t hear what they’re saying over the loud music), then points to something in front of him.

The woman nods her head and shuts off her welding torch before leading him away from all the noise into what appears to be some kind of control room or office area. They sit down at a table next to each other (we can still hear faint noises from outside), and she hands him something that looks like an iPad or tablet computer device (we can’t really see what it is). We can see them talking to each other for a moment (but again, we can’t hear what they’re saying), then she gets up from her seat and leaves the room abruptly without saying anything else…

The Reaction

A new music video from the band “Nuclear Winter” has been making the rounds on social media, and it’s safe to say that people are talking. The video, which features the band performing in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, has been called “gory,” “violent,” and “disturbing.” Some people are horrified by it, while others are calling it the best thing they’ve seen all year.


The Reaction, a post-apocalyptic heavy metal music video, has gone viral on YouTube, garnering over 2 million views in just a few days.

The video, which features the band’s singer being chased by a zombie horde through a deserted cityscape, has been praised for its cinematography, special effects and overall production values.

Fans of the band have called the video “epic” and “totally metal”, while others have praised it for its originality and clever use of CGI.

The Reaction’s frontman, Alexei Rodriguez, has said that the video was inspired by his love of horror movies, and that he is “thrilled” that it has been so well received.


The reaction to the music video has been overwhelmingly negative, with many people calling it “disturbing” and “disgusting.” Some have even accused the band of “glamorizing violence.”


The video has been viewed over 1 million times on YouTube and is the No. 1 search result for “post-apocalyptic heavy metal music videos.” It has also been featured on numerous blogs and news sites.

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