Deftones share new video for ‘Ceremony’ from ‘The Invisible Man’ director Leigh Whannell

The Kubrick-esque video stars Cleopatra Coleman

California-based alternative metal icons Deftones returned with their ninth studio album, Ohms, in September of 2020. Today, the band has unveiled a new video for the record’s second track, “Ceremony,” from Australian writer/director Leigh Whannell.

The video stars Cleopatra Coleman, who co-starred in Fox’s The Last Man On Earth, as a club-goer who travels through a series of Stanley Kubrick-esque secret rooms in an establishment. Coleman must pass through checkpoints manned by members of Deftones before being delivered a mysterious message from a creepy-looking fortune teller.

We’re left to wonder what that devastating message may be. Have a look at the video below!

Whannell, who wrote the screenplays for the original Saw film and Insidious movies, is apparently a big fan of Deftones’ Ohms. Whannell most recently worked as director on last year’s The Invisible Man film.

“One day I wrote on Twitter that I was loving the new @deftones album. The next day their manager sent me a DM asking if I wanted to direct a music video for them. I said yes. The moral of the story is talk about the things you love on Twitter, not the things you hate,” Whannell posted on his Twitter account.