Motionless In White’s official video for ‘Necessary Evil feat. Jonathan Davis’ from the new record Graveyard Shift – available now on Roadrunner Records.
The video for “Necessary Evil” uses an epic party as a celebration of Motionless in White owning the unique world the band and its fans have created. Expect that to be represented on the band’s latest headlining tour.
The song really hones in on the chorus’s party theme, showing a pretty sick celebration going down. Singer Chris Motionless is at the head of the table, on a throne with two clown slaves on leashes. The video moves to a stage on fire, with the whole band performing to an excited crowd, all the while a host of dangerous things go on behind the scenes. The song is as catchy as ever, with the chorus bound to get lodged into your head for a good long while. At its apex of a breakdown, Motionless slams his hands into a cake, while the band goes berserk onstage.
Korn’s impact can be felt directly on “Graveyard Shift.” Not only does frontman Jonathan Davis provide vocals on the single “Necessary Evil.” But MIW’s idea to have a fan design the cover art for “Graveyard Shift” was inspired by Korn using the same approach for its 1999 album “Issues.”