Watch: Mastodon – Curl Of The Burl

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011



Music video or PSA? Up top you can check out the video for Mastodon’s “Curl Of The Burl” from their forthcoming album, The Hunter, which you can listen to right now.

Basically, the gist of the video is thus. Don’t use nature to get high because you’ll turn into Paul Bunyan before being seduced… Read More

Watch: Arctic Monkeys – Suck It And See

Friday, September 16th, 2011



Bikers, babes and boobies. All and more will be seen in the new video from Arctic Monkeys for the title track of their newest album, Suck It And See. The main biker, played by Monkeys drummer Matt Helder, and his old lady ride down desolate desert roads and seem to go good and bad on one another. One minute, it’s all love and sex in cheap motel rooms and the next she smashes bottles across his face.… Read More

Watch: Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten

Thursday, September 15th, 2011



I cannot wait for this new Kasabian album to come out. Between this song and “Switchblade Smiles,” Velociraptor!, it gets me excited to know that this album is going down the route of the band’s debut, self-titled album which is full of dance-rock jams. Up top is the video for “Days Are Forgotten”… Read More

Watch: Puscifer – Man Overboard

Friday, September 9th, 2011



Behold the first video from Puscifer for the track “Man Overboard” from their forthcoming album, Conditions Of My Parole. The video could easily double as a trailer for a video game as the band’s mascot leads the charge on a pirate ship headed towards adventure. Push play to check it out and be on the look out for the new album in stores on October 18th.

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Watch: Battles – My Machines

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011



Battles + Gary Numan + guy continuously falling down an escalator for nearly four minutes = video genius.

Up top, you can check out the video for that equation for the new single from Battles called “My Machines.” Featuring Gary Numan on vocals and directed by the duo called Daniels with a bit of help from The Creators Project, this video combines a kick ass song with the image of something we all fear:… Read More

Watch: Wilco – Born Alone

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011



Up top, ladies and gents, is the new video from Wilco for the song “Born Alone” from their forthcoming album, The Whole Love, which is out on September 27th. The video takes you on a road trip while splicing in photos of what looks like ancient studio equipment and other miscellaneous items as well as footage of the band playing together. Push play and nod your head to a pretty good song.

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Watch: Janes Addiction – Irresistible Force

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011



Have you been looking for a new song or some new visuals to have intergalactic sex to? Try this on for size, space freak. The new video from Jane’s Addiction for their song “Irresistible Force” is up top and, in a nutshell, it’s what sex in space looks like for Perry Farrell. There’s Asian women, cosmos clashing into one another…and Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins providing… Read More

Watch: Blink-182 – Up All Night

Friday, August 26th, 2011



A Blink-182 video without some type of destruction, mayhem or chaos…simply wouldn’t be a Blink-182 video. So, up top, you can check out the threesome’s newest video for their single, “Up All Night,” from their forthcoming album, Neighborhoods. Yeah, it doesn’t have Tom, Travis or Mark running around naked and impersonating pop videos but it does have kids pretty much tearing… Read More

Watch: OK Go – Muppet Show Theme

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011



OK Go, you silly bitches, you’ve done it again. The colorful foursome recorded their version of the Muppet Show theme song for the album, Muppets: The Green Album, which is in stores today. Up top is, as you should expect by now, another amazing video from the band featuring pretty much every muppet in existence as they take the band through some of their previous videos (treadmills and Rube Goldberg machines… Read More

Watch: Bon Iver – “Holocene”

Thursday, August 18th, 2011



Name me another band besides Bon Iver that could have their video premiere on the National Geographic website. Up top, you can check out the beautifully shot video for “Holocene” from their sophomore, self-titled album. Shot by Nabil Elderkin, it takes place in Iceland and follows a young boy walking through some gorgeous terrain. If you feel the need to escape for just a few minutes, look no further than this video and this song.

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