I’m willing to bet some of you are scratching your heads, thinking, “Pink on Bloody-Disgusting? What the fu…?” Well you gotta remember that this is Twisted VIDEO of the Week and the below video is seriously twisted! With nods to Misery and The Shining, Please Don’t Leave Me should be a delight for any horror fan. Check it out below!
Coming to you for this week’s Twisted Music Video Of The Week is Cairo Knife Fight‘s The Violence Of Action, which comes from their II EP (iTunes). The video features a man clad only in underwear getting the holy hell beaten out of him by a riot guard. Beautifully shot entirely in slow motion, watch this if you feel the need for some vicarious ass whooping.
You can also snag a free mp3 of The Origin Of Slaveshere. READ MORE
This week’s edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week is for all of Alice In Wonderland fans: Tom Petty‘s Don’t Come Around Here No More. It also hearkens back to the day when music videos had really interesting sets, costumes, make-up, camera angles, and more. Check out this trippy video and enjoy! As for me? I’m off to find a person cake because that looked delicious!
This week’s edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week is all about creating atmosphere and taking advantage of beautifully crafted shots instead of blistering camera cuts and violent events. So, below, you can watch The Gravedigger’s Song from the Mark Lanegan Band. There are some truly captivating images, including a blossoming rose with teeth in the middle (a subtle hint as to the ferociousness of women possibly?), creepy interior design (a lá Evil Dead 2), and much more. Enjoy!
It’s Friday, so you know what that means! It’s time for another edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week! For this week’s selection, we’re turning to Orphic Oxtra‘s Skeletons Having Sex On A Tin Roof. Now, it’s not necessarily a twisted video, but if you don’t ask yourself, “What the hell is going on?” at least once, then you are a crazier person than myself.
The two top YouTube comments on this video pretty much sum up the mood perfectly: “I’ve hit the weird part of youtube again.” and “I made sure to link this to somebody so I don’t die in seven days.“
This Twisted Music Video Of The Week is all thanks to my 80′s nostalgia rearing its ugly head. For some reason, I’ve been itching to watch Killer Klowns From Outer Space again. However, watching it on my own just doesn’t seem right. I need to expose its cheestastic brilliance to a new pair of eyes. But to give myself a quick fix, I’ve decided that the theme song Killer Klowns, written by The Dickies, needs to be given some love. So join me below for some 80′s rock goodness!
On this edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week, we show Dirge515‘s suggestion of David Firth’s animated video for Aphex Twin‘s Milkman. Definitely not for the light-hearted, this animation features loads of violence and gore with a healthy dose of necrophilia. Check it out below.
David Firth is well known for his Internet animated series Salad Fingers. You can check out his website here.
We’re gonna go back to Pearl Jam‘s 1998 album Yield for this edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week by showcasing their video for Do The Evolution! Co-directed by Todd McFarlane (Spawn), the video shows many horrors throughout evolution and couples it with intense, often violent, images. Actually, many of the images always reminded me of Pink Floyd‘s The Wall as well as Heavy Metal. Check it out below and enjoy!
Don’t forget to leave a comment with your suggestion for next week’s video!
On this edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week, we’re going a bit more mellow with the music while still keeping some weird, creepy images. After the massive viral succes of the Walk Off The Earthcover of Gotye‘s Somebody I Used To Know, I started checking out more Gotye stuff on YouTube. Coming across this video for Hearts A Mess, I knew that I had to share it with you readers. The song comes from his 2006 album Like Drawing Blood. The music is very atmospheric and the video suits the emotions and mood perfectly, telling the story of a ragtag group of odd robotic creatures who decide to leave Earth for a better place. Enjoy the video below and make sure to leave a suggestion for next week! READ MORE
On this edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week, BD Infected user peepjerky recommended that we show you all a video featuring, “…skulls, cut open girls, trippy visuals, and is NSFW”. Hell, I’m sold! So, without further ado, below is the video for On’n'On from Justice, which comes off their album Audio, Video, Disco! READ MORE
This edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week comes to from user Thommy Razor, who recommended I check out Revolting Cocks cover of Rod Stewart‘s Do Ya Think I’m Sexy. And woo BOY is this one a doozy! With elements of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Thing, Necromantix, The Shining, and the Tales From The Crypt episode Spoiled (Season 3 episode 13), this video is a horror fans dream. Now just work on keeping your food in your stomach. I’m gonna go outside and get a few deep breaths. In…out…in…out…remember the lamaze technique….
This edition of the Twisted Video Of The Week is brought to you by Russian band ANJ and their over-the-top love of Mikhail Gorbachev. This video is a few years old, but it’s still as ridiculous and insane as the day that I first saw it. Full of large-breasted women, zombie Stalins, and a Gorbachev that would rival Conan for barbarian buffness, this video should have you either scratching your head or laughing aloud. Hopefully both. Check it out below and let me know what you’d like to see next week! READ MORE
If you are anything like me, the above video probably tugs at your heart strings in who knows how many ways. Appearing on the VHS of Tim Burton’s Batman, the commercial was something I never skipped over, regardless of the fact that I’d seen it countless times. So, you might be asking what does this have to do with the Twisted Video Of The Week? Well, the answer lies in a single word: Prince. Below, you can watch Prince rock out Partyman, which has the artist dressed up like Joker but with makeup that almost represents Two Face. It’s a total throwback to one of my absolute favorite childhood movies.
This week’s edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week was suggested by BD Infected User zachms, who recommended a classic video that has given many people more nightmares than they are willing to admit. Yes, I am talking about Aphex Twin‘s infamous video for Rubber Johnny. Originally shot as a short movie set to the music of Aphex Twin, the video has become wildly popular and is loved by fans and cinephiles alike.
Check out the video after the jump and make sure to leave a suggestion for next weeks edition!
Time for another Twisted Video Of The Week! This week brings us Health‘s We Are Water, which is directed by Eric Wareheim of Tim And Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! fame. I watched this video a couple of times and started asking questions like “Why is this guy wearing a wig?” or “What kind of situation was he in?” To say that I started getting creeped out doesn’t even begin to describe it. There is some twisted stuff going on here.
Watch the video after the jump and leave me a suggestion for next week’s video in the comments!
For this week’s edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week we’re bring back a classic that shocked and entertained you BD Music readers endlessly. Yup, I’m talking about the classic Cephalic Carnage video for Ohrwurm! To say that video was a hit is a total understatement. You readers ate it up, spit it out, made your friend eat it, punched them in the stomach so they’d spit it back up, and then you shared it with your grandmother.
For those of you who haven’t seen the video…well, I don’t envy you. Let me know what you think of the video and make sure to leave a comment with your suggestion for next week’s edition of Twisted Music Video Of The Week!
This week’s Twisted Music Video Of The Week brings us something a little more mellow musically but just as weird visually: Boards Of Canada‘s Everything You Do Is A Balloon. The video uses clips from the 1963 bicycle safety film, One Got Fat (which you can download here), and shows several children, all wearing ape masks, dying one by one as they ride their bikes. It counts down much the same way that Ten Little Indians does.
Check it out after the jump and make sure to leave a comment with what video you think should be up here for next week!
Sorry for the delay on a second edition of Twisted Video Of The Week readers. I was hiking in the himalayas and, well, to make a long story short I’m not married to a Yeti.
This week’s Twisted Video was suggested by BD user viking.triump. After the jump, you can check out Aborted‘s video for The Chondrin Enigma. If you want to suggest a twisted video, leave it in the comments and I’ll pick one for next week!
Twisted music videos…GOD I love them! Something about visuals being used to enhance music just does it for me. Especially when those visuals are twisted, disturbing, and, in general, completely f*cked up! That’s why I want to get a new series going here where YOU, the reader, gets to choose what is going to be next week’s video. All you have to do is leave a comment with your suggestion and one lucky user will get his video chosen!
I’m going to kick off the series with one of my favorite Meshuggah tracks, Bleed. Watch the video below and you’ll know why I picked it.