The intro is so fuckin epic... great video excactly how their muic should be portrayed
how the fuck do they have so much money
effects were cool, story made no sense
this a band who plays music
At least there are some art direction. It's not just abunch of douchebags dancing in a crowd. I liked this video a lot, except the part when the priest guy turned into a lizard...I was like wtf?
Both ruled. But coming from a BoO fanboy.
I really think this is awesome. This is a perfect example of a music video properly representing how a band's music is
visualized. Plus it is an awesome album.
dem ending guitarz, 10/10
i've never been much of a fan of this band but holy shit that ruled.
Terrible song, ridiculousness awesome video.
guise this isnt stupid snake man is metaphor for illuminati m/
What in the fuck
Less a metaphor and more an allusion to the belief that reptilian humanoids are secretly on this planet running our governments. Yeah.
Well they are signed to Sumerian so it makes sense that the video looks like this. I hear most of the bands on the label believe in stuff like this.
I've never actually been bothered to read up on this stuff, so I have little idea as to the whole ins and outs of it.
Might be an idea once I get all this shit out of the way. It sounds interesting, if a little bizarre.
best video i've seen in a while.
that was tight
Good vid, took a while for the band to make one though.
Digging: Heather B. - Takin' Mine
worth the wait
thought it was a new song. but it was interesting.
Digging: Fall of Efrafa - Inle
intro was epic, lost interest pretty quickly after
that was pretty sweet.
Not gonna lie, song and video were both awesome, wish the intro was a bit longer though.
The video was pretty cool, minus the old lizard dude at the end.
that was a really dumb video. song is good but that was dumb as hell
one of the best songs on that pretty brilliant album.
Video was very "neat." It got pretty ruined for me by the time the illuminati came into the picture. I wished for it to be more profound. A really profound discovery.
Eh? see what i did there?
I'm cheeky as fuck.
I know the video has to do with the illuminati and shit but does the song/album have anything to do with that?
this whole song and video is actually about the concept of the illuminati, and focuses on a lot of theories people have about its inception... i personally dont give two shits about the illuminati but i hear enough about it from other people... look into it if you don't believe me.
Awesome band, awesome song, super gay video
sick song, cool video
really guys? really?
cgi was so bad but i applaud the effort. song (and album) kick ass though
the whole thing seemed pretentious, and the cgi was bad so that kinda ruined for me... as well as the bass player, he looks like such a tool (regardless of his personality, i hear he's a good guy but i just can't get over how dumb he looks)
I really enjoyed it visually and as a whole I liked it a lot. Saying the CGI was bad just seems to be nit-picking. I haven't enjoyed a music video like that in awhile.
concept was great but then lost interest
hahahahahahahahaha oh god
that was terrible
better than open arms to damnation thats for sure
fuck this band
i thot it was cool
nice to see a decent video for once.
The vocalist comes across as a douchebag. Anyone else think so?
Would a douchebag show you his discovery?
@bringthejunz he seems alright at shows.
to the kids trying to figure out if the band is trying to make some kind of allusion or demonstrate some odd belief system: it's just a fucking music video, which exists to make people want to buy their music. it doesn't mean shit about shit
"The vocalist comes across as a douchebag. Anyone else think so?"
theyre all pretty nice dudes
saw this yesterday and thought HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME, then the hole rite thing started and i just threw up in my mouth a little, song is good but i like Singularity better.
"theyre all pretty nice dudes"
I see. I've never gotten a chance to see them live so I've never gotten to meet them.
"to the kids trying to figure out if the band is trying to make some kind of allusion or demonstrate some odd belief system: it's just a fucking music video, which exists to make people want to buy their music. it doesn't mean shit about shit"
This may be the case for a lot of music videos but some bands do want to spread a message through a music video. This video took quite awhile to be released, so I'd imagine they want something more to share.
video looked like it was made in 2001