Some argue that animated music videos are an easy and economical solution for bands.
We, again, say that it is a very different way of presentation, which “touches” another category of viewers.
After all, there are not a few who love cartoons as much as music!
The most interesting thing about this is how two seemingly opposite worlds can come together.
And this is where it turns out that music unites with excellent results.
So, the animated videos met the music and created the following …
- Pink Floyd – Welcome to the Machine (1975 / Gerald Scarfe)
- Midnight Oil – Dead Heart (1986 / Ray Argall)
- Def Leppard – Let’s Get Rocked (1992 / Steve Barron)
- The Prodigy – Fire (1992 / Russell Curtis)
Tool – Sober (1993/Adam Jones και Fred Stuhr)
- Alice in Chains – I Stay Away (1994 / Nick Donkin)
- Radiohead – Paranoid Android (1997/ Magnus Carlsson)
- Pearl Jam – Do the Evolution (1998 / Todd McFarlane)
- KISS – Psycho Circus (1998 / James Hurlburt)
Queen – The Show Must Go On (1991 / Walt Disney Studios)
- Korn – Freak on a Leash (1999 / Todd McFarlane)
- Static-X – Push it (1999 / Mick Olszewski)
- Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood (2001 / Jamie Hewlett και Pete Candeland )
- Sabaton – Coat Of Arms (2001 / Harry Huhtanen)
Iron Maiden – Wildest Dreams (2003 / Howard Greenhalgh)
- Rotting Christ – Threnody (2007/John Kaimakamis and the Nightwatchers)
- Avenged Sevenfold – A Little Piece of Heaven (2007 / Rafa Alcantra)
- Kvelertak – Blodtørst (2010 / Torjus Førre Erfjord)
- Meshuggah – I Am Coloussus (2012/ Magnus Jonsson)
Lamb of God – Ghost Walking (2012 / P.R. Brown)
- Avatar – Vultures Fly (2015 / Axel Widén)
- Metallica – Here Comes Revenge (2016/Jessica Cope)
- Korpiklaani – A Man With A Plan (2016 / The Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology Australia)
- Ghost – Square Hammer (2016 / Zev Deans)