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THE VIOLENT INZIDENT Releases Official Music Video for “Nu Metal”!

UK Based Post-Nu-Metal-Sub-Core supergroup THE VIOLENT INZIDENT have released the official music video for “Nu Metal,” off of their newly released, debut LP, This Is Nu Metal!.

THE VIOLENT INZIDENT has arrived with an unhealthy mix of comedy and parody that will have Nu-Metal fans worldwide taking their KornLinkin Park, and Slipknot albums down to cash converters faster than you can say chocolate starfish and the water flavored hotdog.

Their debut album This Is Nu Metal! Is going to be released on April 1st but this is no joke.

Well actually it is.

Having already fired their first shots at world domination, their first three singles “Nu-Metal!”, “Triggered (The Snowflake Anthem)”, and “Brazil Is Great” have racked up an insane number of fake views and paid for likes, courtesy of the singer’s rich parents.

Consisting of highly talented musicians who may or may not be members of other very well known non post Nu-Metal bands, The Violent Inzident is:

Tiny D – Wannabe rapper douchebag
C – man – The guy who can actually sing
Bin man – Bass and broomstick
Adidasshole – Guitar and sportswear
Monkeybird – DJ / samples / electronic noises and other unimportant things you can’t hear at all
General Jerkhov – Pots and pans

The band will be kicking off a UK tour on May 25th which includes a stage show that will make KISS look like your mates playing “Enter Sandman” at school assembly and Steel Panther sound like your Dad telling jokes at Christmas dinner.

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Or not.

1. Nu-Metal!
2. I Love Nu Metal
3. Whores Of Instagram
4. DisasTinder
5. Triggered (The Snowflake Anthem)
6. The Violent Inzident
7. Brazil Is Great
8. Down With Your Mistress
9. Tears Are Fallling (From My Arse)
10. D.A.R.E To Keep Kids On Drugs
11. Fou Fou

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