“Exuding Hate” by Killery from Brazil

Exuding Hate was recorded throughout a day in a shed. The idea was to focus on the band, unlike the previous clip in “fuck you all” where there is a script and a story unfolding in the background. This song speaks of repression, wars and civil strife. Where there is often a violent crackdown by the authorities, this generates more hatred. Leading to a match where the one with the most hatred wins. Killery sought in Pitter Cutrim’s voice the representation for this feeling that can be so complex to represent lyrically. Coming to this incredible result because of Pitter’s nuances and vocal range.

“Gasoline” by Kokowerk from Norway

KOKOWER’s first single “Gasoline” (2018). The band are influcenced by rock bands like ZZ top, ACDC, Hellacopters and Danko Jones. The song was written as a tribute to recent deceased Malcolm Young and believe it or not Kicksledge World Championship in Norway, where the band participates every year as you can see in the Gasoline music video. What a combo!