THE 'SILENCIO' MUSIC VIDEO
Produced By Comharra Music
Directed By Enzo Satera
Music By: Misophonia
EL SILENCIO SERA ETERNO
BREAKING THE SILENCE
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Comharra and Misophonia teamed up in July of 2021 to bring life back to Misophonia's Post Metal sound. The band was moving through its second phase of life and on the verge of bringing out new material.
After carefully researching the bands thematics and visuals; 3 ideas were pitched to members of the band. Very quickly it was decided that a haunting spectre would be soon walking amidst the band and that a ghostly guitar piece would make sure this second life was without homage to its own legacy.
Production soon followed and development of both the narrative and spectre began.
MISOPHONIA & COMHARRA ON SET
A GHOSTLY GUITAR
Originally proposed as a ethereal fire the production required a custom created guitar which Comharra were able to create within just a few short days. Comharra were able to work closely with Misophonia, making sure that each step of the narrative as well as costume and props fit the aesthetic of the project.
With a background in costume design and production, creative lead Enzo Satera endeavoured to create realistic, gritty props that brought new life to the spectre.
Production for "El Silencio Será Eterno" was now in full swing. Misophonia had turned to local studio recording, RoddyMacAudio for live mixing. Everything was falling into place and both Misophonia and Comharra felt a surge of motivation.
After the track was mixed, it would come to Comharra to master. Where it would be the driving factor for the video. Story-boards were created to guide the 6 Day long shoot ahead.
Through the entire 9 month production, Comharra's keen eyed photographer Marcin Hlawaczek would be on hand to photograph and document everything going on behind the scenes.
RECORDING WITH RODDYMACAUDIO
ON SET AT DRURY STREET BAR & KITCHEN
Filming days were fast turning to over 1 Terabyte of 4K footage. Shot on the Black Magic Pocket 6K, the raw files were flexible in edit and beautiful in frame.
VFX shots were passed to Production Lead Mark Peberdy who had already been testing effects on his colleagues. As primary camera operator for the production, he ensured that 'Comharras Greatest Project' kept looking sharp and followed the story boards.
Each member of Misophonia had a different environment to act in but the narrative all followed the same flow. The Spectre, played by Caleb Rowe & Joseph McMachon would lead each of them away to a strange lone guitar in the forest.
A SPECTRE CALLS
BRINGING LIFE TO THE SPECTRE
THE LANTERN SCYTHE
Comharra sourced as many materials as it could naturally including the main body of the staff which came from a downed tree in the forest the video was shot in. It was dried, stripped and painted months in advance of filming.
3D PRINTED CROWN
Comharra use tech to enhance the production flow. 3D modelling and printing the crown was a cost efficient, fast means of production. The team always put quality of product above everything else. The Spectre had to look the part if it was going to look good on Camera.
A MATERIAL WORLD
comfort, texture, pattern, colour, contrast, fit; everything had been pre-discussed before the point of creation but with physical production comes real world problems. Within 1 fitting, the Spectre had it's first glimpse of life.