The Chattering Order of St. Beryl has a released a music video in advance of the release of Amazon’s Good Omens, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
For the uninitiated, in the novel the Chattering Order of St. Beryl is a Satanic order of nuns that was first founded in deference to St. Beryl of Krakow. Upon being forced to marry a pagan ruler, Beryl protected her maidenhood by ceaselessly talking until, when he could no longer stand it, the man had her executed.
Having died with her virtue intact, she became a saint. The Order was started sometime after and the nuns of this convent take a vow to chatter constantly about anything and everything that comes into their mind except for one hour on Tuesdays in which they are instructed to be silent and may play table tennis, if they so choose to do so.
Some time after its inception, the order was infiltrated by a Satanist reverend mother and was converted from its Christian roots to a much darker purpose.
In Good Omens, it is their job to insure that the baby Anti-Christ is given over to a proper dark home to be raised into power so that he may bring about the Apocalypse…but things don’t exactly go to plan.
Earlier today, the Chattering Order of St. Beryl released their own little anthem to the coming Dark Lord, set to the tune of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and featuring more than a couple of nods to famous horror films that dealt with similar themes. Most noticeably, Rosemary’s Baby.
If you watch closely, you’ll also spot Gaiman himself in the video, joining along in a rousing chorus.
Take a look at the video below and following the Chattering Order of St. Beryl on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and their official website! Then get ready for Good Omens on Amazon Prime May 31, 2019! The end is very, very nigh.