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The album contains seventeen songs, and is considered by fans to be Buckethead’s heaviest offering to date.
After the credits the camera pulls to show the credits were on a circular shape. Buckethead gets eaten hlel the creature and his head, the lute and the two arms fall, getting themselves stuck on a tree where Buckethead starts to play a part of the song. Enter the Chicken The music video has been officially made available inas part of the Anxious Animation DVD release  as well as Buckethead’s own video compilation Secret Recipe.
Views Read Edit View history. The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell Alternative front cover, used on some editions of the album.
Alternative metal experimental metal. The music video starts showing a place that looks like hell where Buckethead has a lute and is carried by a flying beast which releases him.
While he plays, a lot of people getting killed are shown in several ways and a bird is picking body parts. Many of the song titles include references to elements of Dante’s Inferno. The clip was shown at some film festivals around the world, such as the Sydney Film Festival amongst others. It was released on April 20, via Disembodied Records. Then the “Tree Man” from the same triptych is shown and the camera changes to the upper part of the triptych where all is on cucoko.
Buckethead “The Cuckoo Clocks Of Hell” | Guitar Nine
This page was last edited on 23 Juneat During this time, parts of the song “Traveling Morgue” from the same album are played. Retrieved from ” https: Buckethead albums albums.
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