Quick Hits: STRFKR, Red Fang, Morta Skuld, Thursday, Creep

posted May 20, 2011

  • Portland's Starfucker (STRFKR) have released their brand new video for "Julius" off of their sophomore album, "Reptilians" (Polyvinyl). Directed by Jason Miller (who has also directed videos for Of Montreal, Major Lazer and Rusko) the adventure of Julius is filmed as a young protagonist's quest to save a princess in captivity. As he journeys into the western terrain a cloaked STRFKR performs from a foreboding alcove in the forest.
  • Red Fang has premiered their eagerly-awaited new video for "Murder The Mountains" track "Wires" at MonsterEnergy.com. The video, which features car crashes, house explosions, a cameo from heavy metal comedian Brian Posehn and milk, lots of milk, was directed by Whitey McConnaughy (The Gossip, Mudhoney, Flogging Molly) in Portland, OR.
  • Morta Skuld has posted the track "Feast From Within" on the band's Facebook page. "Feast From Within" comes from the upcoming collection of early Morta Skuld material to be released this July. The collection, "Through The Eyes Of Death," combines the band's two 1990 recordings "Gory Departure" and "Prolong The Agony" on one disc along with previously-unreleased material.
  • Thursday have debuted their new video for their debut single, "Magnets Caught in a Metal Heart," from their critically acclaimed album "No Devolución," exclusively on SPIN.com.
  • Brooklyn producer duo Creep have released the video for their new single, "You," directed by Thalia Mavros (Creators Project). The song and video both feature guest vocals by NYC twins Nina Sky.

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