Job For A Cowboy hired Director Michael Panduro (The guy who brought you the ultra bloody and awesome Cephalic Carnage video for Ohrwurm) to do his thing for their song “Tarnished Gluttony“. The results are a stomach churning experience that was unexpected and bizarre. I want to share so much but I would ruin the video if I did that. So please watch this masterpiece and enjoy the commentary after the video. NSFW: Gore and children violence.
Comments founding frontman Jonny Davey: “‘Tarnished Gluttony’ originally runs off the idea of blind faith into our government and monetary system. The director ran with the idea and spliced it with a H.P. Lovecraftian twist. The video streams the fascination of religion and the actions people justify in the name of religion, and this video is a spin on the old biblical tale of Abraham and Isaac, however, set in the world of Lovecraftian mythology. The point is, acting blindly in faith to a Christian deity is just as absurd as worshiping squid like monsters from space who live under the sea.”
Adds Panduro: “As a commercial director, I’m a complete failure. The band asked for just one thing and I couldn’t deliver. Indeed, this video has no boobs.”
Battlecross releases their music video for their song “Kaleb” which is a big hit when played live. The song is fast paced and gets your headbangin’ nice and hard. The band has earned my respect and appreciation for their determination and ability to perform some melodic thrash. They are nice guys and the video kinda shows it here, they are just good natured, decent human beings. Check out the video for Kaleb, which looks like it was recorded at their recent Trespass Festival Tour, and enjoy yourself!
Last I bring you the new music video for Children 18:3‘s “Moment To Moment“. It’s a rather uplifting video/song compared to that last video we just watched. It’s a very poppy punkish song, remind me of the mid 90′s when The Offsping and other similar bands were coming out and being heard. The music isn’t terrible but it wouldn’t make the usual rotation on my music player. The video itself isn’t too bad, just the band either rocking out or looking miserable in an office setting. Doing random paper work and what not. Poor white people.