The first music video for Autumns Eyes was shot back in 2008, and since then there’s only been a handful of videos made. While you can find several Autumns Eyes videos on YouTube, these are the only official videos put out by the solo metal band.
Please Deceive Me
The title track from solo metal band Autumns Eyes tenth album, Please Deceive Me was filmed in the woods of New England, and marks the second official music video from Autumns Eyes.
Feast of the Dead
Directed by Rob & Jeff Shepherd, Feast of the Dead was shot with a small crew in the woods of New England. Its low-budget and campy flavor has sparked recognition from the likes of Headbangers Ball and Epic Fu, which both praise the video for it’s unique style and sound.
Greedy Demon Parasites (Driller Killer Version)
Compiled from footage of the controversial 1979 horror movie “Driller Killer” which is available for public domain. The song titled “Greedy Demon Parasites” is from the album “Surrender the Fire” by solo metal act Autumns Eyes.
Love You to Death (Type O Negative Cover)
As an homage to the late great icon of doom and gloom, Peter Steele, solo metal band Autumns Eyes covers the Type O Negative classic “Love You to Death” from the groundbreaking album “October Rust”.
Opium (Moonspell Cover)
One man metal band Autumns Eyes covers the classic track “Opium” from Portugals own goth metal masters, Moonspell. The original track was from Moonspell’s legendary album titled “Irreligious”.
Mourning Palace (Dimmu Borgir Cover)
Solo metal act Autumns Eyes pays tribute, covering the legendary song from one of the heaviest bands in Black Metal.
Peter Steele Tribute Album Song Sampler
In honor of the late great Peter Steele, this tribute album features 12 metal bands who pay homage to one of the most influential musicians of our time. While we plan on releasing this album to the public again at some point, we are currently out of licenses to distribute it.
Peter Steele Tribute Album Teaser Trailer
MetalUnderground.com and Beneath the Woods Studio present “All For None, None For All: A Tribute to Peter Steele”. While we plan on releasing this album to the public again at some point, we are currently out of licenses to distribute it.