Death and Magic Castles
It Always Could Be Worse
Ride Of The Devils Teeth
Made with no budget, the video follows along with that thought of galloping horses. Having loosely talked about a Chong Li storyline for the album, this video represents ‘Chong’ as an unstoppable force of violent intensity and punches to the face. Overall, we wanted to convey a fun, hallucinogenic series of images that invoke the likes of the old west, feudal japan, post-apocalyptic hellscapes, and mythological monsters.
Music by Bull Horn Singers, Billy Wadsworth, Celina Kalluk, Daniel Neary, Pura Fé, Cary L. Morin, and Antonia Crescioni.
*Note there is also a version with three "f*** offs" at the start of the film, if you prefer to screen that version. https://vimeo.com/632774944
The non-explicit version is what is attached to this profile.