“The Holy Shows” was the prime single by Corporate Christ to be taken from the forthcoming album “The Death Of A Dying Star” due for release in 2019.

It is a commentary on church sexual abuse and the hypocrisy of an institution that preach holiness and yet spend their time molesting children. The Bible is offensive to Corporate Christ.  Filled with misogyny, homophobia, and racism it’s hardly a book we should be using as our moral compass, he believes.


The video for this song, filmed by Kalto Films, portrays onthe surface, the artist chasing a child molesting vicar and executing him in atale of poetic justice. He also wanted to put to death the character of ThePornographer, whom he had created in an earlier album to symbolise the voyeurism of his life at that time, living within a psychiatric institution. Hefeels this new album is a new beginning for him. Indeed, the concept at itscore is depicting a sun that previously imploded in its own sadness nowbecoming supernova and rebirthing itself, devouring everything in a fiery,destructive wrath


Corporate Christ – 8 Hours Closer

Corporate Christ released the video for “8 Hours Closer” last year. The song details the struggles he faced after the death of his ex-boyfriend Fred Derf who tragically took his own life. What followed was weeks of insomnia that required sedative medication in order to cure. The song is taken from the album, “Adam Kadmon: When The Heart Implodes”. Track listing is below:

  • 8 Hours Closer:
  • The Note:
  • Cabaret: 
  • Zyklon B:
  • Valentine’s Day: