Luti-Kriss went on to sign to Solid State Records and soon changed their name and sound to become Norma Jean. Over the years, members have come and gone. However, the one constant since their second album as Norma Jean has been vocalist Cory Brandon. Cory is a very talented lyricist and frontman who I've had the opportunity to spend a little time with many years back when he played in an absolutely fabulous band named Eso Charis.
I digress. All of this to say that the new Norma Jean single is incredible and you should definitely check it out. They are true veterans of the hard music world and continue to create challenging and insightful music. Corey hasn't slowed up one bit in his old age. If anything, he's gotten better. I don't really know much about the other members of the band, except that they carry their weight when it comes to their instruments.
The video for "[Mind Over Mind]" is a rather disturbing little piece of film that features the band rocking out in what appears to be an old barn. While all that's going on, some tribal dudes with bandages and war paint seem to be chasing around this light box they're all after. One of the metal websites said it looks like they're performing some sort of human sacrifice, but I don't get that. Either way, the video is very well-shot and captures a dark and gritty menace I'm more than positive the band was going for.