The 13th Floor

Naked Witches Get Down and Bloody for Danzig’s Cover of Black Sabbath’s “N.I.B.”

[NSFW content ahead]

Black Sabbath fans will instantly recognize the opening strains of that band’s classic 1970 track “N.I.B.” in the video below… but in dark-rock icon Glenn Danzig’s new interpretation of the Satanic single, there are way more naked ladies involved.

“N.I.B.” is the latest release from Danzig’s new album SKELETONS, which represents a tribute to the artists who influenced Glenn’s own musical path. Other cover tunes include Aerosmith’s “Lord of the Thighs,” ZZ Top’s “Rough Boy,” Elvis Presley’s “Let Yourself Go” and “Crying in the Rain” by the Everly Brothers.

Skeletons_cover

The video was directed by Danzig himself, but he doesn’t actually appear in front of the camera; I doubt there will be many objections, though, since it’s bubbling over with seductive witches conducting an erotic blood-drinking ceremony around a bonfire, eventually losing most of their clothing in the process… hence the NSFW tag.

Dig it!

SKELETONS is available on CD through Nuclear Blast Records, and in digital format from iTunes and other vendors.

x