Watch: This AI Generated Music Video For Slayer’s ‘South Of Heaven’ Is Packed With Sinister Imagery

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The Slayer song “South of Heaven” is the latest metal song to get the AI music video treatment, and damn does it look bad ass!

We have been treated to a lot of incredible AI music videos as of lately. All of these videos have been captivating in one way or another; there are dream-like videos such as Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” and surreal videos like Tool’s “Lateralus.” There has also been the gory and horrifying Cannibal Corpses’ “Hammer Smashed Face.” More recently, we shared an AI generated music video for Slipknot’s “Psychosocial,” as well as some photos involving an AI trying to interpret Slipknot masks.

When it comes to this latest video, like past videos of this sort, an AI will pull together imagery based off what is being said in a given song. The imagery that makes up the AI generated music video for Slayer’s “South of Heaven” is sinister looking as hell; landscapes of torment, decaying people and blood red skies make up good chunks of the music video. It looks like the apocalypse is taking place.

You can check out the AI generated music video for Slayer’s “South of Heaven” below! Of all the AI related works that have recently come out, which one is your favorite so far?

This Slayer song is a track off of the band’s fourth studio album of the same name (which came out in 1988). In other band related news, did you know that Slayer and Danzig did not get along? We also recently featured the band on am editorial of ours regarding “10 of the Best Hard Rock and Heavy Metal Songs in Horror Movie History.” You can read about what we have to say about Slayer and Atari Teenage Riot’s “No Remorse (I Wanna Die)” by following this link here. Also, do you know about the Slayer album band guitarist Kerry King regrets making?