Directed by Daniel "Cloud" Campos, the blood-splattered music video is part of a trilogy that acts as the prequel to "This Is Gospel
" and "Emperor's New Clothes
", also directed by Cloud. The clip sees Brendon Urie taking on a team of ninjas who are after a secret artifact. The visual co-stars actress Chloe Holmes (True Blood
"It's very Kill Bill… ah man," Urie told The Independent
with a grin, "I've always wanted to do a video like that where I'm playing a kind of evil James Bond character. I told the directors 'I just wanna throw guys through windows, chop off hands', and we fit it into this trilogy of videos."
"The first idea I shot over to them they were like 'noooo, that's way too f---ed up'," he added laughing. "But the thought behind it was like, 'art doesn't need to be serious all the time' – it can be camp and super gory."