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The Berzerker courting controversy with underage lesbian anthem and clip
Australian industrial death metallers The Berzerker, internationally renowned as one of the most brutal extreme metal bands performing today, are no strangers to controversy.

With five albums of extreme brutality, nightmarish lyrics, and worldwide tours chequered by audience riots, they have won themselves no shortage of mainstream protestors and diehard metal fans.

However, this latest move has the potential not only to further inflame their detractors, but potentially to alienate metal audiences likewise. The Berzerker have released a video clip of them performing a cover song.

A pop song.

Nobody could forget the Russian pop sensation T.A.T.U. with their high-pitched screeching on #1 track "All The Things She Said" - a ridiculously catchy song whose popularity was largely due to their status as underage lesbians and the film clip of the two girls kissing in school uniform in the rain.

Yes, The Berzerker, extreme metal band, has covered "All The Things She Said", underage lesbian anthem. And, of course, the accompanying film clip had to up the ante on the original, featuring two of Australia's best-known fetish models getting raunchy and inspiring two schoolgirl viewers to explore their own sexuality, and each other, in their child-like bedroom.

The film clip has been on YouTube for only a matter of hours and has already not only had a record number of views and comments declaring it to be "the greatest film clip in the world ever," with fans demanding the track be released as a single for sale; but has also received a record number of complaints, with the clip, despite having no nudity nor violence, being restricted to 18+ status.

Stay tuned for the next instalment in what is likely to be an ongoing controversy, and see the clip now before further complaints see it removed altogether!


Details Posted on Thursday May 7th, 2009
Writer @Boek