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Desc:Japanese hardcore metal/punk/pop/insanity band too cool for 73Q
Category:Short Films, Arts
Tags:Japan, metal, Hardcore, maximum the hormone, wtfjapan
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Comment count is 7
Old_Zircon - 2015-11-17
Leave it to Japan to make one of the most stagnant styles of music today seem weird and fresh.
infinite zest - 2015-11-18
Well it's really just combining 2 or 3 stagnant styles into the same song, so it's like eating at Applebees for Breakfast Lunch and Dinner but combining all meals into a big tortilla and swallowing.

kingarthur - 2015-11-17
This band was a breath of fresh air, just from their energy and then from the absurd turn into pop and lo-fi the song takes in the second half, which is apparently par for the course with this band.
morva - 2015-11-17
Logged in to star and say that I love these guys, this song/clip sums up their style and attitude perfectly.
Heavy music but not taking themselves too seriously.
morva - 2015-11-17
The lyrics are their typical combination of often absurd humour and unexpectedly cutting social commentary.

chumbucket - 2015-11-18
I need a nap after watching that.
mosif - 2015-11-18
At first I was disappointed in myself for assuming that I wouldn't see anime in this video. Now I wondering if I should give five starts to the singing knee heads, the Come To Daddyesque child with a bearded man's face, or them disciplining that kid for standing around and ruining the end of the video.
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