The video begins with footage of someone appearing to be a church official and the Virginia rapper painting a wall in blood. The words appear to be references to bible verses and grim ideas about dreams and nightmares.
When the music starts, we see No Malice pacing across a room as he intermittently interacts with a zombie girl and blood red lights color the room. At one point there's even a snake sitting atop his head. Pretty ominous stuff, which falls right in line with the title of his album, and some of the themes.
"Read my lips: When I say hell is forever; won't til I tried to tell niggas gotta do better/That the snake came for my head Donatella/Will of God for my life I can't beat it's acapella/It's all a set up, everything that we idolize/Up to our necks in that all white like a bride," he spits over the ominous instrumental.
Peep the Gene Thornton-directed visual for yourself below. Read what the rapper has to say about Let the Dead Bury the Dead when you're done with that.