As Eminem season continues to roll on, the Detroit rap god rolls out a new visual for the banger, "Venom."

The song is the final track off Shady's recently-released Kamikaze album and also serves as a single for the Venom motion picture soundtrack.

The dark visual starts with a man finding an old Eminem CD, which turns out to possess intoxicating powers that can take over a person's body by a single touch. Everyone who comes in contact is taken over by the virus and involuntarily spits Shady lines until they pass on the bug to the next person. All the while, Em raps alone in a dark space.

"Knock knock, let the devil in/Malevolent as I've ever been, head is spinnin'/This medicine's screamin,' 'L-L-L-Let us in!,'" he snaps. "L-L-Like like a salad bowl, Edgar Allan Poe/Bedridden, shoulda been dead a long time ago/Liquid Tylenol, gelatins, think my skeleton's meltin'/Wicked, I get all high when I think I've smelled the scent/Of elephant manure—hell, I meant Kahlúa/Screw it, to hell with it, I went through hell with accelerants/And blew up my-my-myself again."

The visual ends with Em revealing his true form. The Venom film, the latest in the Marvel universe, debuted in theaters nationwide on Friday (Oct. 5).

This is the third video we've gotten from the Kamikaze LP following "Fall" and "Lucky You" featuring Joyner Lucas.

Watch Eminem's "Venom" video below.

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