Back in April, we premiered Systematic Paralysis, the new album by Austin-based alt-metal crew A Good Rogering. Now, the band have dropped a new animated lyric video for the track “Hands of the Conqueror,” with their album cover art brought to life in a creepy, old-timey fashion that goes well with the track’s ’90s-reminiscent vibe and tone.

Says A Good Rogering of the lyric video:

 “We were thrilled to again work with visual artist Scott Rudd (Opeth, Iron Maiden) on ‘Hands of the Conqueror ‘,’ a lyric video from our latest release, Systematic Paralysis. The album art imagery, created by The Horux, paradoxically places the impending grip of AI and our contemporary masters against a desolate landscape void of distractions consuming the modern world. We felt this aesthetically complimented an abstract lyrical premise which alludes to the lore of distant cultures and kingdoms still bound to the present by a timeless truth.”

Check out “Hands of the Conqueror” below. A Good Rogering’s Systematic Paralysis is out now and available to stream and purchase.