I found that De/Vision was kind enought o put their video up on their website since the majority of us here in the US would never get to see it and I wanted to make sure the rest of you fans found it also. It is about 49 mb so make sure you have a fast connection. If you go to www.devision.de it can be found under the "news" pop-out in the left. It is the bottom link called "Video Clip". It is the full video.
that one guy in d/ sure has some funky shaved head/topknot thing goin' on. you can tell by this vid that they are in the big leagues huh? bigtime production/promotion. great song...but do they sing 'put an end to yourself'? it sounds a bit amaturish. the de/vision skidmobile rocks!
man do they sound dm in parts...even some of the lines remind me of dm tracks. i am excited to get this one in the mail though.
1. I noticed the topknot also, kind of like the Hare Krishna...strange.
2. I once tried to figure out why I had no sound while using Quicktime and I just had it muted, other than that I'm not an expert (as shown by the previous admission) on QT so good luck.
3. I also think they are singing "Put an end to yourself" and I'm trying to figure out how that doesn't advocate suicide. If anyone could explain what they are trying to say with that I'd much appreciate it.
"Put an end to yourself..." is exactly what they're saying....I don't see anything wrong with lyrics like this but I imagine there are others out there who disagree. While I don't condone suicide, I don't see anything wrong with lyrics like this.
Honestly...I think it's almost a figure of speech in this day and age; or at least something that shouldn't be taken out of context.
no i certainly have no problem with that theme. for some reason in my mind the line sounded like poor english or not properly phrased at least...but i guess the lyrics make a bit more sense now and de/vision know what they're doing. can't wait for this album!
rocking to ikon right now. this guy sounds like ian curtis raised from the dead on this album (flowers for the gathering) and the guitar work reminds me of u2's live zootv performances in the first track (it's haunting). if you like gothic music check ikon out. found a ton of used cd's today and some real gems...cd hunting is too fun...