The video was directed by Dallas-based Joe the Visualist to create their interpretation of a classic comic book from the 60's (Eerie Comics). Herrera illustrates the song as "the story of a vigilante priest out for revenge. It's a comic book, pulp-style story and is definitely set apart from our other songs. It's seedy and sleezy, just the way I like it. I think anyone can get into a story of murder and revenge. Don't you?"
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