Die Goth-Rocker zeigen ihre genreübergreifende, härtere Seite auf ‘The Gospel Of Judas’ und widmen sich der Figur Judas Iskarioth mal von einer ganz anderen Seite. Sozusagen aus der Sicht von Judas als von der Gesellschaft Ausgestoßener. Natürlich stammt der Song vom gerade erschienenen “Judas“ Album.
Gitarrist Pi Stoffers über das Video:
„The biblical figure „Judas Iskarioth“ is considered in the conventional narrative of the Bible not only as a traitor, but above all as „the outcast“. Our song „The Gospel Of Judas“ is primarily about this designation, but in a social sense rather than a biblical one. While we like to boast about being tolerant, open-minded and individual, it is mainly these people who live out their individual way of loving, believing and looking, who are outcast by society. Why? Because there is no way to assign these people to a pigeonhole, which people desperately seek in order not to feel disoriented themselves, or to have to question them. However, we would like to question whether it is important at all to be able to categorize people, let alone oneself. The real strength lies in our diversity and individuality. We have recognized that for ourselves as a band. And with „The Gospel Of Judas“ we want to remind everyone that one’s own limits only begin where one gives up one’s individuality.“