Blind Cross – Bioluminosity: A Video Breakdown
A good excuse to visit your optometrist for regular check-ups.
Despite their effectiveness in 2020 at increasing interest and sales, music videos can still be an expensive undertaking, especially for newer bands. Lights, crew, equipment, time, effort. It’s all so much that it makes sense that most bands settle for just playing in a warehouse. It may not be particularly entertaining, but it’s good enough. Sometimes, though, you find a few extra coins in the couch cushions and want to spice up your video with the finest special effects coins can afford.
Blind Cross are a German/American heavy metal band featuring members of Double Action, Gorgons Eye, Chemikill, and a bunch of other bands that I do not know. But that’s okay! This is how we learn and grow. Adjust your sunglasses, put on your thinking caps, and get ready for Blind Cross’s new music video. Let’s break it down.
Just as head’s up: there’s choppy editing (I have no idea if it’s intentional or not) and strobe lights in this video, so if you’re sensitive to that sort of thing, skip pressing play.
It looks like the just woke him up from a nap and he’s really confused.
Was everyone in the band asleep right before filming began?
The band is haunted by the Ghost of Outdated Technologies Past.
File this under: Things That Are Only Fun In King Diamond Videos
He walks the aisles of Wal-Mart in search of brains and deals on Family Size Cool Ranch Doritos.
I see the drummer is the only well-rested member of the group.
Blind Cross’s album Merciless Time is available now via Pure Steel Records.