Videogram “Regina dei Cannibali End Titles” – July 2014
Video for the final track off this horror project’s debut album, using footage from Enzo Doria and Luigi Russo‘s 1983 Adam and Eve vs. the Cannibals.
Call Me Greenhorn “Simian Walk” – March 2014
Video for the opening track from the Space Kitty 2000 album, using footage from Neri Parenti‘s cult classic disco spoof The Face With Two Left Feet aka John Travolto …da un insolito destino.
Call Me Greenhorn “Northwest Passage” – January 2014
A tribute track and video to David Lynch‘s cult TV series Twin Peaks using footage from the pilot episode and the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me feature film.
Call Me Greenhorn “2014 teaser” – January 2014
Teaser video using footage from Lou Campa‘s 1968 sexploitation movie Sock It to Me, Baby.
Call Me Greenhorn “Invasion of the Dead” + “Voodoo Rhythm/A Feast on Flesh” – December 2013
Two videos for the L’Isola dei Morti Viventi faux-OST using footage from Lucio Fulci‘s genre classic Zombie Flesh-Eaters aka Zombi 2.
Call Me Greenhorn “In Orbit” – December 2013
Video for a track off the In Space EP using footage courtesy NASA.
Call Me Greenhorn “Battle è in Arrivo” – December 2013
Video for a demo track off a yet-to-be-titled album, using footage from 1980s post-apocalyptic cult classic Raiders of Atlantis.
Robert Boud “The Modern Day Holocaust” (feat. Call Me Greenhorn’s “Cutthroats at Midnight”) – September 2013
Video project directed by UK photographer Robert Boud.
Call Me Greenhorn “Here Comes Gorbot” – May 2013
Official video directed by Robert Griffith featuring Jerry Kokich and Olivia Dunkley of The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West web series.
Call Me Greenhorn “Armageddon Dub” – May 2013
Official video directed by UK photographer Robert Boud using the imagery from his Aftermath Apocalypse project.
The Norliss Tapes “Groovy” – November 2012
Video for this track featuring the cast of The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West.
Call Me Greenhorn “Album Teaser” – November 2012
A short byte featuring 51 ft. robot gorilla Gorbot courtesy the makers of The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West series.
Call Me Greenhorn “Nothing But Wax” + “The Rhythm of Love” – November 2012
Two videos for my Call Me Greenhorn solo project using (1) footage from Spud brand cigarette commercials and (2) a mash up of 1960s anti-LSD PSAs and 1960s nudie cutie/striptease/roughies movies.
The Norliss Tapes “It’s Halloween” – October 2012
Fifth video from my Norliss Tapes project using footage from the 1960s chiller classic Carnival of Souls.
Gå Vidare till Norrmalmstorg “Fejk!” + “Förneka Allt” – October 2012
Two pretty basic videos for the re-release of my old hardcore project Gå Vidare till Norrmalmstorg‘s recordings.
The Norliss Tapes “Bad Robot” + “Bad Robot (alt. version)” – October 2012
Third and fourth video from my Norliss Tapes project using footage from an 40s commercial about how robots can make our every day lives easier and an old public domain cartoon.
The Norliss Tapes “Trip To the Moon” – April 2012
Second video from my Norliss Tapes project using footage from an American commercial about frigidaires.
The Norliss Tapes “A Little Bit Tipsy” – March 2012
First video for the two-track teaser from my Norliss Tapes project using footage from a French documentary about the animals of the African savannah.
The Cymatics “Ginger” – November 2011
Third video for the first track off the second batch of demos I recorded for The Cymatics. I used footage from the 1971 exploitation classic Ginger directed by Don Schain. Nice moves and I think it fits perfectly with the sensualism of the track itself.
The Cymatics “Hang Out” – October 2011
Second video for one of the many “hits” off my self-recorded EP that was supposed to be just demos but turned out way better than expected and became The Cymatics. I used footage from a public domain episode of the Milton the Monster cartoon. Usually, when you edit film the ratio between raw material to finished product is at least 1:3 (example; if you’re doing a 3 minute video you need at least 9 minutes of raw material!), but for this I had less than sixty seconds worth! It’s cool though. Reminds me of those old Hanna-Barbera cartoons, that always relied on heavy reusage of clips.
The Cymatics “Gimme a Call” – July 2011
First video for one of the “hits” off my self-recorded EP that was supposed to be just demos but turned out way better than expected (and became the The Cymatics!). I used footage from the old public domain cartoon Dancing on the Moon for it.
Svarta Maria “De Mediokras Parad” – April 2011
Video for our second batch of songs. I used clips from various consumer PSA’s from the 1960’s for it.
Svarta Maria “Blinkar Grå” – April 2011
Video for our second batch of songs. I used clips from the Swedish/Danish co-production Häxan made in the 1920’s.
Svarta Maria “Grindhouse Experience” – April 2011
The two first videos edited together to emulate an old grindhouse show.
Svarta Maria “Monster i Sitt Huvud” – February 2011
Pretty basic video using clips from Seytan, a Turkish rip-off of the Exorcist.
Svarta Maria “Våldsamma Barn” – February 2011
My first video for my Swedish punk/HC-outfit Svarta Maria. The clips are taken from the cult classic The Undertaker and His Pals and the song is the title track from our first EP Våldsamma Barn.