Gather 'round Brrroothherrrrs and Sisterrrrrs, it's viddy time, so viddy well these viddy's from some friends of mine in bands.
First up, is the new video from The Mapes. Rumor around the campfire is that they're finally calling it quits after 16 straight years of drunken debauchery, but I believe that about as much as I believe that Clay stopped drinking for real reals and not for play-play. The video was directed by Lloyd Kaufman, who, if you don't know who he is, then you suck. It's an odd video. Personally, I can't stand it, but people seem to like it, so I dunno. It took me repeated viewings just to make it to the end, and I still don't get it, but whatever. Check it our for yourself and see what you think of it.
My friends in Walk Proud have a new video out for a song off of their new album called Too Much Is Never Enough, which I gave a write up for a while back. Click here to read it. The song is called Regret, and the video is pretty PFR. Loved the swarthy Pig Man, and loved the running away from the Devil footage. Cool stuff. Check it out and see what you think. :-)
And this is the video we talked about on the Pints With Punks radio show that I know you're all listening to, right? Yeah, whatever. This is some cool footage of The Civilians tearing up and having fun @ Triple B's during that Biker Fest thing we played there a few months ago. You know, the one where the FNG Matt almost got the crap kicked out of him? LOL This footage was shot for some company called Dynamic Business Video, being worked at by The Jimi 2's - Jimi Sullivan and Jim Stone, who used to do a YouTube show with a couple of major losers, but don't hold it against him. He's in a much better place now with a better class of people. ;-) Anyways, Jimi Jim does video work for Local bands (check out some of the cool videos they've done for Be Like Max by clicking here) and they put this incomplete video together for us - mucho Thanx! The song is called I Ride On and again, Thanks guys. :-)
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