Video: Band in Heaven's Spine-Tingling "Sleazy Dreams"

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West Palm Beach's darkness plungers the Band in Heaven has emerged with a new music video to further its twisted rock agenda.

From the recently issued Seven Minutes in Heaven tape, "Sleazy Dreams" is the buzzsaw-filled A-side. If you thought that it sounded menacing, just check out the unsettling imagery directed by Graham Denman paired with it.

According to County Grind's Ryan Burk -- who provides percussion for the outfit but does not appear in the clip -- the spooky footage of a coffin, a hearse, a satanic schoolhouse, and some really freaked-out children comes from a horror film that was never finished.

Listen to the rest of Seven Minutes in Heaven here.

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