Gutter Twins music video: explosion porn


11 Responses to “Gutter Twins music video: explosion porn”

  1. claatsch says:

    The concept for this music video was derived directly from a youtube short created by my brother and myself. After viewing it, the director contacted us for ideas and we ended up starring and assisting with the fx.

  2. Rich says:

    This song would be better if it was Idle Hands by the Murder City Devils.

    Goddamn if it isn’t on Sub Pop too.

  3. Eos47 says:

    What is it with guys and blowing things up? If that was a bunch of girls they’d be doing something far more constructive with their idle time like, say, destroying someone’s reputation with vicious rumors.

  4. anthropop says:

    The vocals are too far out front. They should visit the mainland for a nice re-mixing.

  5. LeahB says:

    Ooh. Thanks.

    It’s the second video, though — there’s one for “All Misery/Flowers” here.

    This has been a Public Service Announcement from the Geek Need for Precision Foundation. *g*

  6. Lea Hernandez says:

    To me,this just looks like bored dimwits making messes.

  7. Kieran O'Neill says:

    Oh my gawd, but don’t you know this video is encouraging the kids to go out an’ make their own bombs? What would happen if them ter’rists got a hold of it? I find this highly irresponsible.

  8. Kieran O'Neill says:

    Lol. This is truly awesome. Brings back a lot of good teenage memories…

  9. EH says:

    This song owes a huge debt of thanks to “The Bit,” the leadoff track on The Melvins’ “Stag.”

  10. David Pescovitz says:

    @LEAHB (#2), Thanks! I forgot about that! Updated my post.

  11. madprime says:

    Homemade explosives seem cool, but they can kill you — even if you’re a smart guy, things go wrong! This is what happened to another Caltech student in my year, in 1998 — killed by a homemade bomb that accidentally went off too soon. I didn’t know him well, but I’m always sad when I hear about people playing with explosives. Sorry to be such a downer, but it’s a tragic end for a geek.

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