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Pale Shade - Labyrinth (Music Video)
Thank you for watching the music video for Labyrinth by Pale Shade. Order Darker Days on vinyl: https://www.fleshandbonerecords.com/paleshade Please subscribe and add us to your notifications for more youtube content. Thank you for your support! Keep in touch with Flesh & Bone Records: http://fleshandbonerecords.com Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/fleshandbonerecords Twitter: @fleshandbonerec Instagram: @fleshandbonerecords Pale Shade is a pretty slow, really loud band from New Jersey. https://paleshade.bandcamp.com/ @_paleshade Lyrics: I don’t know where I’m supposed to be I’m feeling sick I’m feeling sorry Heart shaped glasses So tragic Is life going the way you planed it? Run around This web I found I am the one (inside) This labyrinth (I hide) There’s no escape (I tried) Kept all the tears (we cried) Calling out for something I don’t want to Split my skin in two Malevolent: meet your end Benevolent: I need a friend Push you away I wish you’d stay But I’ll eat you alive Cut out your heart and watch you writhe I don’t want to Video Produced by 10 Seconds to Comply ( @10seconds2comply ) Director/ DP: Manny O.A. Writer: Andrew Bonazelli Additional Visual Effects: Ken Whiting Gaffer: David Kelley Crow 1st. AC: Markian Bek Grip: Jacob Weismer Starring: Jason Burrus, Josh O'Hara, Evan Lynch, & Eric O'Neil.
THE KEENING - Little Bird (Official Music Video)
Order 'Little Bird' Here: http://bit.ly/thekeening Digital Downloads/Streaming: http://orcd.co/thekeening Subscribe to Relapse Records Channel: http://bit.ly/RelapseYouTube THE KEENING's (ex-SubRosa) debut album 'Little Bird' out now on 2xLP/CD/CS/Digital. Official Links: THE KEENING on Bandcamp: https://thekeeningmusic.bandcamp.com THE KEENING on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thekeeningmusic/ THE KEENING on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thekeeningmusic/ http://www.relapse.com http://www.facebook.com/relapserecords http://www.relapserecords.bandcamp.com https://www.instagram.com/relapserecords http://www.twitter.com/relapserecords #TheKeening #LIttleBird #RelapseRecords Director Ken Whiting Writer Andrew Bonazelli Cinematographer Manny OA Cast Lucy Sharapata Rebecca Vernon Andrea Morgan Teresa Byrne Hair and Makeup Artist Natalie Contrera Gimbal Operator/Gaffer David Kelly Crow 1st AC Markian Bek Grip Jacob Weismer DIT Bill Carroll Editor Ken Whiting Colorist Taylor Lutz Production Assistant Mikki Pham Produced by 10 Seconds to Comply and Relapse Records
Junius "Transcend the Ghost"
SYNOPSIS: From the album "Reports From the Threshold of Death" (2011, Prosthetic Records) BACKGROUND: This treatment was written specifically for Junius, and is particularly special to me because it inspired their frontman, Joe Martinez, to concoct a gorgeous, delicate, acoustic variation that wound up marrying perfectly to the haunting images Manny crafted. Another rough overnight shoot that we owe entirely to the hospitality of our hosts Patrick and Alexis, who didn't complain even when we left gear spread all over the house to get a couple hours of sleep at 7 a.m. —Andrew
Lotus Thrones "Gore Orphanage"
SYNOPSIS: From the album "The Heretic Souvenir" (2023, Disorder Recordings) BACKGROUND: A month and a half ago, 10 Seconds to Comply infiltrated a vile, musty, electricity-optional Fishtown basement to shoot music video numero tres. Lotus Thrones is Heath from Wolvhammer's solo thing, and if you're into Godflesh, Filth Pig, Sisters of Mercy, Swans, etc., you're into this. It's a performance video, a first for us, so as 10 Secs' resident Screenwriter Douche, I didn't have much to offer except killing myself lugging gear and suggesting elements from Helmet's "Milquetoast" and "Unsung" videos (which were expertly applied). Manny OA took the directorial reins on this one and easily did his best work yet, cranking that jib like Deshaun Watson cranked... ANYWAY, real real proud of everyone involved. It premiered on Invisible Oranges on 12/14/2022. —Andrew
Parrot Mask Psycho Temp
SYNOPSIS: Unassuming ornithophile Blanc Franju just wanted to spend an afternoon "appreciating" Tippi Hedren. But his cell phone had other ideas, unlocking the kind of multigenerational blood feud that can only be solved with common office supplies, kitchenware and hammers. BACKGROUND: Gross Ken was such an arresting cinematic presence in Odontophilia that we just *had* to go back to the well. (IRL he's quite dashing and dignified; imagine Nick Mangold if he didn't attend Trump rallies.) Parrot Mask Psycho Temp was originally conceived for 2021's Sick 'n' Wrong 72-Hour Debacle Film Challenge. You virtually roll two dice for "mood" and "theme" (we landed on "aggro" and "a smartphone virus invades the human body"), then your team has just three days to write, shoot, edit, color, score, etc., the resulting masterpiece. Which is surprisingly a lot of fun aside from the "tweaking DaVinci 'til 6 in the morning while your friends in the apartment below are shrooming and mashing up The Wizard of Oz and Dark Side of the Moon like college freshmen" part. I was kind of embarrassingly butthurt that we didn't win anything (the trophies were, like, bedazzled/melted Furbys), but in retrospect, what I was going for — throwing low-key shade at the killers-in-animal-masks trend in mainstream horror; Google the character surnames if you care — was nowhere near disturbing enough for the target audience. Oh well, BROO-HOO. A lot of buds came together on the spot to make the time crunch less brutal, from Lisa Scucci's motion graphics to Justin Smith's ridiculous score. We just recut/recolored this thing with Pig Destroyer's Blake Harrison kindly offering up Hatebeak Waldo the Parrot to make the intro and closing credits really squawk. It's no American Werewolf in London, but pretty decent for our first stab at (ahem) horror-comedy. —Andrew
SYNOPSIS: A failed artist is stuck in a hellish spectral state, forced to watch his soulmate fall in love with another man. Moving on is not an option for Redding, but he has concocted a few devious ways to make things messier. BACKGROUND: Real Mature, produced under the Fright-O-Verse banner, isn’t a 10 Seconds to Comply production, but crosses over via Producer and Director of Photography, Ken Whiting. Ken took this script from the writer, Andrew Bonazelli, and began ideating on how to make a visually experimental film and ground it in the raw and emotional words on the page. Once the visual tone was set in place, Ken enlisted his longtime friend and creative collaborator DJ Wooldridge to direct and co-produce. It was the first time DJ, a writer/director, directed a script he hadn't written. This afforded DJ and Ken an opportunity to pack on more layers and expand on the pressurized words Andrew birthed onto the page. The three went back and refined the work together. This led to the narrator of the film having considerable importance. Ken was able to get in contact with horror legend Adrienne Barbeau to voice that role, as they had worked together previously. With a mostly unknown cast, Adrienne's sultry and matronly presence elevates the throughline of Real Mature. While DJ enjoyed the collaboration and producing process, he solidified his desire to direct his own material, which is important to note, as it gave Ken the confidence to pursue directing. That internal yearning to direct is crucial to 10 Seconds to Comply, and the relationship between Andrew and Ken. While 10 Seconds hopes to enlist their friends as co-collaborators often, Ken, Andrew and Manny will be the anchors of our productions.
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