30 seconds to risque

30 Seconds To Mars have released the music video for ‘Hurricane’ from the album This Is War.

It has already been banned from TV in it’s original form, with a censored version needing to be played.

Having watched the uncensored version, I honestly don’t know what the fuss is about. But this is probably because I’m actually of age and don’t find any of it disturbing. I do, however, understand how some may do and how it might not be entirely appropriate for anybody under the age of 18.

However, looking at it for what it is, it is another very interesting video from the band. Directed by Bartholomew Cubbins aka Jared Leto, it is reminiscent of the video for ‘The Kill’ – a previous single from the band.

It also follows the band’s tradition of making really long music videos, clocking in at 13:09. This will be cut down for TV, on can only assume.

I warn you, it is NSFW, and if you’re under 18 you probably won’t be able to watch it, I don’t think. Or more, you probably shouldn’t. (This unfortunately is the censored version #sadpanda)

Krazy Kiwis. Say what!?

This video by Tahuna Breaks ‘Giddy Up’ disturbs me to no end.

I was pretty shocked when one night, not too late, this came on tv. I don’t even know. Jebus.

Oh, and I really should say NSFW!

Could it possibly only be because they are Kiwis? I kind of want to believe that they were on the crack at the time. Or some of that crazy ass NZ P that we tend to produce. I, seriously, just donut even know.

I donut like the song, either, BTW.