The Mayon volcano, which stands at 8,077 foot tall, is one of the most active in the Philippines and has continued to erupt over the past week.
New shocking footage shows Mount Mayon belching rivers of red hot-lava as clouds of ash and smoke billow from its top.
Authorities have warned locals and visitors to prepare for further eruptions over the next two days.
The Philippines’ most active volcano has spewed a combination of superheated gas and volcanic debris since January 13.
The Philippines sits on the “Ring of Fire” a large area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where volcanic eruptions and earthquakes are frequent.
Mount Mayon’s last eruption took place in 2013 when four climbers and their guide died after trekking near the summit.
According to Sky News, nearly 70,000 people were forced to evacuate from areas close to Mount Mayon to escape the threat of eruption.