Mario Judah's "Die Very Rough" Music Video is a Painful Thing - Odd Nugget
Mario Judah... For the sane man, such a name rings not a single bell. But, for us unfortunate few, Hell's bells ringeth loud and true.
Twas not of my own volition that I was subjected to this unique man's unique video. But the unique effect it has on listeners left me no hope for recovery.
"Die Very Rough" is simultaneously horrifying and ridiculous. Terrifying and totally stupid. Creepy and creatively idiotic...
I think you're smellin' what I'm sellin' here.
I've endeavored to dissect this song and its abominable video much like Mario might dissect the decaying corpses of his victims, but I've left out the battering and deep-frying.
Mario Judah Made Me This Way
Making music videos like this should immediately put you on some kind of list. This kind of crap makes mental patients of the perfectly sane.
What do you think of that, Mario? Huh?
That doesn't really answer my question, Mario.
Well, maybe it does...
In between twitchy coniption fits, this man makes one point, loud and clear - he will end you.
Yes, your pitiful soul will choke in chain bondage somewhere deep below the earth's surface, in his urban dungeon.
You see, Mr. Judah here is what you might call 'hellspawn'.
M. Judah, much like M. Bison, is heinous and unholy; the godless tincture of two degenerate genres adulterating each other.
Whoever let gothic black metal get anywhere near post-modern trap should burn for all eternity, with Mario stoking the flames of their perdition.
Mario Judah is Your New Shadow Familiar
This video experience is haunting. Really, it is... Your brain will forever play host to this sicko's twisted shadow.
That fleeting reflection you catch in a dimlit window at night - that's Mario Judah feasting on your mortal soul. And feast he shall. Oh yes...
Feast. He. Shall...
I'm only marginally convinced that dungeon he's in isn't real... And that he doesn't actually hunt humans for food.
If he winds up making headlines for hunting homeless dudes, I won't even bat an eye.
N-Word Pass Denied
In all seriousness, something about the way he intones the dreaded N-word makes me wonder if we can somehow rescind his N-pass.
It's mostly the context... Finding and then killing people + N-word bombs make it seem like he's the Klan's first black member.
Can we all agree he's just not allowed to say that, no matter how black he is?
Mental imagery of him chasing down escaped slaves while singing this autotuned abomination of a song is impossible to ignore. He's making slave-catching catchy for crying out loud!
I really don't need to explain this any further than these pictures do...
At least, I genuinely hope I don't...
I don't really know what I've just witnessed after watching this.
I... I really don't. 2020's got me feelin' funny. Make. It. Stop.
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