Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Norwegian hard rock band Audrey Horne to bring you the exclusive music video premiere for “Out Of The City”, a crazy, puppet-filled romp of insanity! The track comes from the band’s upcoming album Pure Heavy, which comes out October 7th (pre-order here.
The band states:
We are proud to present the best music video ever made! If MTV had any self-respect, they would drop all their reality shit and blast OUT OF THE CITY 24/7.
Thanks to Johan and Maria for partying with us! Enjoy, and stay pure heavy folks!
Head below for this wild ride of a video!
The band continues, adding:
This video is a result of the fact that we have used the muppetshow intro in our live shows and that we identify ourselves with this kind of creatures. Its a pluss that these dolls look way better than we do. Johan was into it when we asked if he wanted to hang out with some rather weird puppets, and he brought his wife in case things got out of control. Of course it did so a lot of crazy scenes with Ice Dale had to be removed and cut out. We want to asure that no puppets were injured during the making of this video … except the Ice Dale puppet.
Johan Hegg states:
I must admit I was a bit surprised when my wife and I was asked to be a part of this video, but since we’re good friends with the guys and we both really like the band it wasn’t exactly a hard decision. I really liked the idea for the video, and if you ask me it’s just bloody hilarious!
Maria Rizell Hegg adds:
I really love Audrey Horne. No Hay Banda got me totally hooked and I’ve been a fan ever since. The video shoot was therefor a great honor and it was so easy to work with the band. We’d just put them in a box when it was time to go to the next location.
Director Lukas Hambach:
Audrey Horne is a unique band, blending heaviness with a positive vibe. We felt that combining Johan Hegg and puppets resembling the band members would be an awesome way to underline this mix. Of course this created some challenges, but I’m really proud of the end result and hope people will have as much fun watching it as we had in making it!