Dopapod has released a pro-shot video of them recording “Dracula’s Monk” live at Color Red Studios in Denver, CO.

This in-studio video comes on the heels of the “Dracula’s Monk” single release on Saturday, which caught fans by surprise as the band has yet to make any official announcement of a new album.

The video starts with keyboardist Eli Winderman center-frame, ramping up his Moog synth before drummer Neal “Fro” Evans and bassist Chuck Jones engage the steady rhythm section. Guitarist Rob Compa adds jazzy flare before Winderman’s organ work drops them into a heavy synth-laden breakdown. After shifting between sections of jazz-fusion inspired progressions, the funk influences emerge before Compa puts his solo chops on full display to end the song.

Watch the pro-shot video of Dopapod recording “Dracula’s Monk” at Color Red Studios below.

Dopapod – “Dracula’s Monk” – [Pro-Shot]

[Video: Color Red]

Dopapod will continue their 2020 Emit Time Tour on Friday, February 28th, with a show at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, OH. They will then head east to Rochester, NY for a show at Anthology (2/29) before heading up and down the East Coast and wrapping the tour at Infinity Hall in Hartford, CT (3/21). Head to their website for tickets and more information.