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Published on Feb 15, 2012
Shot on location in the band's Northwest homelands of Seattle and Tacoma, '8/16' represents months of preparation, production and now successful completion thanks to die-hard Helms Alee fans who supported the entire process via the project's Kickstarter campaign. Masterminded and executed by animator/director Andrew James Cox (whose previous credits include Torche's 'UFO' clip http://bit.ly/qm8G2u), the video is in homage to the cult 90s MTV series Beavis and Butthead, and the videos that they parodied at the time. All video spoofs feature the three members of Helms Alee (caricatured as Beavis and Butthead) recreating classic clips from artists such as..well, actually..we'll let you figure it out. Can you?