Coliseum's Anxiety's Kiss arrives today, and to mark the occasion the Louisville punk trio have shared a black and white and disquieting (see: horror film-style omens, like writing on church walls, licks of smoke) video for "Dark Light Of Seduction," a track which frontman Ryan Patterson describes as "the centerpiece" of the album. "Dark Light Of Seduction," he explained in an email to FADER, "is where the album takes a turn toward the darker and more abstract, both musically and lyrically. The song is about lust turning into worship and obsession. The bed as an altar. The invulnerability of the shadows, of a touch in the darkness. But the protagonist becomes tangled and lost in that abyss they'd once sought after so desperately. Like the tangled duct work in Terry Gilliam's Brazil, a knot that can't be untied." Coliseum's Anxiety's Kiss is out now on Deathwish.