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  • Опубліковано 24 чер 2022
  • The story of Hanatarash, a band that took there live performances to some insane places
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КОМЕНТАРІ • 958

  • @woopimagpie
    @woopimagpie Рік тому +2876

    I've been to over 3000 gigs. I've been crushed, cut, bashed, stomped on, head-butted, electrocuted, hit with all manner of objects both accidental and deliberate, fallen over, been pushed over, had my hair pulled out, broken a few bones, and even been carted off in an ambulance once. All of those things happened at completely different times at different shows. I could have saved a lot of trouble by just going to a Hanatarash gig and experienced all of it in one night. Imagine being chased around by an excavator whilst dodging sheets of glass being thrown at you, and then the building you're in gets demolished and falls down around you, but not before the molotov cocktails come out. Man, I thought my stories were good. I'm just a hopeless rookie compared to these guys.

    • @gleeart
      @gleeart Рік тому +24

      Did you ever go to one where one of the band went poo?, sadly I missed Frank Zappa, Captain Sensible & Iggy have all done it, always thought that was a rock n roll milestone of sorts...

    • @woopimagpie
      @woopimagpie Рік тому +1

      @@gleeart I saw a band once where the female drummer stood up on the stool, pulled her pants down and pissed all over the drum kit. It went on for quite a while too, the poor girl must have been busting, lol. Seen a couple of dudes whip it out and take a piss on stage, one of 'em was hung like a horse, I thought it was fake until he started pissing and waving it around.
      Also saw a front man shove his fingers down his throat and puked all over the audience. It was lime green - it looked like he'd been drinking glowsticks.
      The usual compliment of tits and bums of course. Probably the best known would be Zia McCabe from the Dandy Warhols, she played half the show topless. That was a really good show actually, they played really tight that night.
      Never seen anyone drop a turd. I can't say I'm disappointed about that though. That's one milestone I'm happy to miss.

    • @gleeart
      @gleeart Рік тому +11

      @@woopimagpie thanks for the run down, guess it all boils down to a return to the ancient 'baccanalle' where body fluids of all kinds were exuded/exchanged, & everyone felt much better for it all afterwards.

    • @user-assoul_nicely
      @user-assoul_nicely Рік тому +41

      Damn, I’ve been to over 3001 gigs myself.

    • @encyclopediabrown1334
      @encyclopediabrown1334 Рік тому

      hey there dummy i would love to hear the story of how you were electrocuted yet still managed to unelectrocute yourself long enough to write your post..?? i think what you meant to say is you were shocked, to be electrocuted means you died as a result of electricity being introduced into your shit.

  • @johnsterling9455
    @johnsterling9455 Рік тому +770

    I love the direction your channel is going in man. I'm a huge fan of obsure and darker " art " . It's cool to see someone bringing it to the surface

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  Рік тому +38

      Thanks a million John I really appreciate it!

    • @johnsterling9455
      @johnsterling9455 Рік тому +10

      @@deburke321 you're very welcome! Keep up the awesome work!

    • @akir057
      @akir057 Рік тому +4

      Yes!

    • @leeccdoo
      @leeccdoo Рік тому

      @@deburke321 This was an extremely good and very informative video. I've listened to this band before but had no idea they did this absolute bonkers performance. If you want to listen to a really good Industrial Noise band with insane live shows then also check out EINLEITUNGSZEIT.

    • @Exaltation-heliacal
      @Exaltation-heliacal 9 місяців тому

      There are musicians and bands folks. Band folks are shallow and ruin music.

  • @Tara_P_Rose
    @Tara_P_Rose Рік тому +978

    Almost 40 years later & these guys are still going strong today (in different bands tho). Btw they never threw the dead cat in the audience, they cut it up with a machete & it wasn’t a bulldozer it was an excavator. Quite a difference.

    • @ElFern32
      @ElFern32 Рік тому +10

      Band name?

    • @tscarlsson
      @tscarlsson Рік тому +56

      @@ElFern32 look up 'Yamantaka Eye' He's the founder of Boredoms, has worked with John Zorn, beyond interesting guy

    • @Tara_P_Rose
      @Tara_P_Rose Рік тому +12

      @@ElFern32 yep there you go, Thor Carlsson gave the answer right there, thanks Thor!! ☺️

    • @morgellon7877
      @morgellon7877 Рік тому +20

      You seem pretty knowledgeable on the topic. I thought your profile pic kinda looked like someone who gave me a CD for a New Mexico noise project called Death Convention Singers years ago, and when I clicked your profile I thought it's gotta be because of the Pow Wow videos, but apparently not. You might dig the music of Raven Chacon, though; he's a Navajo dude who's done a lot of noise stuff out here, and many other things; Death Convention Singers was one of his affiliated projects. He actually won a Pulitzer Prize for his stuff, which is cool because a lot of it is very punk rock. There was a pretty cool noise scene in Abq. back around 2012 when I lived there; maybe there still is, I dunno.

    • @Arthurian.
      @Arthurian. Рік тому +8

      @@Tara_P_Rose excavator or bulldozer makes no difference.
      Most can't even tell you what either is. Heavy machinery is what most will call it.

  • @richiehoyt8487
    @richiehoyt8487 Рік тому +1301

    British Punk: Sex Pistols. The Clash.
    Japanese Punk: *Actual* Sex. *Actual* Pistols. *Actual* Clashes. (Probably.)

    • @TheLokiBiz
      @TheLokiBiz Рік тому +68

      The UK _did_ birth industrial music pioneers Throbbing Gristle, who were probably a big influence on this band.

    • @yanuardilaliwang8013
      @yanuardilaliwang8013 Рік тому

      a Japanese hardcore punk band "Anti Feminism" brought a pornstar into their stage and perform a sex act, so yeah... Actual Sex (and their vocalist like to smash his body with lightbulb, so Actual Clashes too; not sure about Pistols since they have a very strict gun law there)

    • @ville666sora
      @ville666sora Рік тому +34

      Yeah, as interesting as it would have been to see them perform, I also don't want to killed or severely injured because I watched a "band" perform.

    • @Vaporbrainchris
      @Vaporbrainchris Рік тому +33

      Actual sex
      The Gerogerigegege comes to mind.

    • @justarandomuser2588
      @justarandomuser2588 Рік тому +27

      same with the metal scene;
      Metal bands : Machine-head, Black Sabbath, Pantera , Slipknot, Cannibal Corpse, Mayhem, Slayer, Anthrax, Sodom
      Japanese Underground metal : Real Machines, Real Sabbath rituals, real panthers, Real suicidial knots, Real cannibals, real corpses, real Mayhem , real slaying, real STDs and real sodomy 💀💀
      I think it's the same with the Rap scene

  • @AtrocityEquine01
    @AtrocityEquine01 Рік тому +356

    It should be noted that Hanatarash's vocalist would later on become a huge collaborator with John Zorn, the founder of the band Naked City.

    • @grindnoisegorecore
      @grindnoisegorecore Рік тому +31

      and design a Beck album cover

    • @tscarlsson
      @tscarlsson Рік тому +25

      And Boredoms!

    • @robertobagatti8660
      @robertobagatti8660 Рік тому +13

      Eye founded Boredoms and sang with Naked City, Tabata played for Acid Mothers Temple, Boredoms, Zeni Geva and Green Flames (with Narita from the fantastic High Rise, one of the first bands published on PSF) just to mention a few if their main projects

    • @epicm999
      @epicm999 Рік тому +2

      SODIUM CHLORIDE

    • @grilledcheesehater44
      @grilledcheesehater44 Рік тому +4

      @@robertobagatti8660 zeni geva is sooooooo good

  • @christopherdeclan1486
    @christopherdeclan1486 Рік тому +1629

    Imagine going out to see a band and the singer ends up chasing you with a bulldozer lol

  • @Rebelghast
    @Rebelghast Рік тому +282

    A lot of the pictures comes from Gin Satoh, a photographer who was able to record the chaos of this scene. I recommend everyone to check out these pictures because they are amazing and perfectly encapsulates that scene in the 80’s as a whole.

  • @waverlyking6045
    @waverlyking6045 Рік тому +177

    Ordinarily, I would not go to a concert in which the lead singer demolishes everything with an excavator. Yet, there is a part of me that admires how he did it without injuring anyone in the audience.

    • @john-ic5pz
      @john-ic5pz 10 місяців тому +7

      Well, the Japanese ARE a notoriously polite people! 😆

    • @Youtubestolemyname99999
      @Youtubestolemyname99999 9 місяців тому

      oh so i was confused by reading the top comment so its not about injuring people i see

  • @ArkaeaFCL3
    @ArkaeaFCL3 Рік тому +177

    I definitely respect you for covering these artists. They definitely take art into places most others don't even dare to tread and I can't help but respect that. I love anything extreme and this is definitely on that level. Loving these videos!

    • @phant0mdummy
      @phant0mdummy Рік тому +35

      This isn't art, this is the extreme lack of artistic value - you are drawing a crowd based on how reckless and inconsiderate you are, not how deep your art is. They were idiots.

    • @ArkaeaFCL3
      @ArkaeaFCL3 Рік тому +10

      @@phant0mdummy i think its all a matter of perspective. An idiot to some may be a genius to others. I'm not one to judge. Art is subjective, no matter how much I may disagree with it. Who am I to say that what they're doing isn't art?

    • @cryfargamingnanan4772
      @cryfargamingnanan4772 Рік тому +16

      @@ArkaeaFCL3 its not that deep bro jesus christ

    • @adamcovey7887
      @adamcovey7887 Рік тому +18

      Art is definitely subjective but there is a distinct difference from playing music and mixing extreme body art and self mutilation and just destroying things for the sake of being edgy these guys never elaborated about what message they were trying to convey they didn't have no greater message then that at least with GG Allen and other people covered by this channel had an ideology a goal a message a I'm going to be my self and express my feelings in a a way that may be hard to understand but it is saying something they used words and philosophy and music to an extent to help you feel like you were experiencing more than just bunch of guys doing stuff just to do it it was poetic in a way this I guess some people will call it art in the same way someone can put three paint drops on a canvas and sell it for half a mill

    • @chrisclifton6800
      @chrisclifton6800 Рік тому +6

      Artist 😭😂🤕😂
      GTFOH

  • @chilibeer3912
    @chilibeer3912 Рік тому +115

    This seems like the ultimate experience for a gatekeeping metal fan to call anybody a poser.

  • @johnspence9718
    @johnspence9718 Рік тому +72

    Thanks for posting this. As an old-timer & one of Baltimore's few "Hardcore" Punkers in the early-mid 80's I am surprised I have never heard of Hanatarash. After watching the video I understand why. I don't know the guys in the band, & haven't heard any of their recordings, but I am familiar with NYC/USA's music scene. In the mid-80's hardcore evolved (or devolved) into a number of specific supbgenres: hardcore, straight edge, thrash (aka speed metal or skate punk), & noise art to name a few. This music & the bands that created it were extremely difficult to uncover & follow.
    Since MTV was just getting started & mainstream radio was a slave to their advertisers, the new unsigned "alternative or punk" bands relied on: word of mouth (plus the distribution of cassette mix-tapes), college & university radio stations (They were self-funded, & had no adverts. This allowed them to play what they wanted, not what sold adverts. Most of them had a weekly, 1 to 3 hour, "Punk Rock Program." Those were taped on cassette, highly prized, & traded at live concerts. ), occasional live shows (the only music festival, forgetting the original Woodstock, was the US Festival & showcased big name rock & roll bands. Live/Band/Farm-Aid hadn't happened yet, much less Lollapalooza & the Vans Warped Tours.), and a very small "Import/punk" section in record stores. Some of us would write the label (SST, Alternative Tentacles, & Rough Trade in the UK) and asked for a catalog. We figured the other bands on that label might be similar to the one we knew & liked. We didn't know most labels were owned by a band member & only existed to put that band's music out. SST/Alternative Tentacles/Factory?Rough Trade were the exception not the rule. Thanks to the internet, & content creators like yourself, anyone can listen to any band they want to. Plus, the artists have a platform to promote their creations.
    Hanatarash is radically different from the Noise Art I subjected myself to in NYC. Those shows usually drew a crowd of 30-50 people that simply stood & watched the performance. Unlike the hardcore shows I attended, there was no stage diving, crowd surfing, or slam dancing. I got the sense the audience felt too sophisticated, or cool, to just cut loose & dance. They were certainly older than the punk rockers in Baltimore. We were mostly high school students. John Zorn, Golden Palominos, Skeleton Crew were a few shows I recall seeing. Flipper, Butthole Surfers, & Sonic Youth were the only bands I remember that tried blending the Punk rock attitude & "noise art" into their music. There were many bands who sang about destruction, or tried to incite the crowd into destructive behavior, in the punk scene. But these 2 guys didn't sing about it, they actually went out and did it. It's not surprising they couldn't book a venue, after they destroyed one.
    Hats off to you for finding these guys, listening to their 3 albums, & posting content on them !!! I think about what we listened to & did back in those days & I feel sorry for the teenagers of today that don't have an outlet for their discontent. I suggest we bring back those glory days of punk rock. If teens could go to a show & slam dance, they might not feel compelled to take an assault rifle to school on "Show & Tell" day.

    • @teklife
      @teklife Рік тому +6

      the teenagers of today DO have an outlet for their discontent; it's called guns, and they go out and do mass shootings.
      i wonder how this generation will look back on itself with nostalgia, or what will the coming generations do that the current generations will find shocking and repulsive.

    • @johnspence9718
      @johnspence9718 Рік тому +7

      @@teklife Interesting response, brother. Mass shootings by 12-25 year old people are certainly on the rise. Since the guns have always been available, and bullying is nothing new either, I wonder what is causing the increase. Some blame the guns, others the bullies. I prefer to blame the parents of the children/young adults coupled with internet & social media. I've noticed some youngsters create a fantasy, utopic life online. When this gets exposed they feel their actual life has ended, when it is only a persona created for social media. I'd love to chat more about this issue, but this isn't the space to do so.
      I also wonder as do you, what these current teens will miss during their golden years, like you. Shocking & repulsive, who knows buddy. I guess that's up to each individual to determine. I doubt I'll be here to find out though. Thanks for the reply bro.

    • @holstonmatt
      @holstonmatt 10 місяців тому +4

      fun fact the main singer of sonic youth hosted 120 minutes on mtv and he show a clip of the noise artist masonna on there you can still find a video of that if you look up masonna mtv on youtube

    • @phunintended2461
      @phunintended2461 9 місяців тому

      hardcore is very much alive...
      guns are not the issue, kids now are groomed into being sick in the head with societal complacency..

    • @jkrenz77
      @jkrenz77 3 місяці тому

      I hear ya, I was a teen in the early 90s in NJ; basement shows and hxc/punk was a thing. You either danced at a show or you didn’t…kids felt restrained. Heading into NYC and stopping at Pier Platters and 7 Star Pizza before you took the Path Train in. Lots of stuff I find ridiculous now mattered back then, they really didn’t. I’ll tell you hands down that if they liked Eisnturzende Neubauten, I’m already a fan. Wish I’d known then back then.

  • @BIadelores
    @BIadelores Рік тому +104

    Simply for covering this band you've earned yourself a subscriber.

  • @Theeosees
    @Theeosees Рік тому +35

    This band has fascinated me for so long but has only had some exposure into what really went on so I really appreciate the video

  • @chairylyme
    @chairylyme Рік тому +32

    You are one of my favorite UA-camrs of all time. I love Hanatarash and I appreciate you giving them exposure. You never fail to amaze, keep up the great work.
    "Housedust" is my favorite song by them

  • @t.macrocosm1831
    @t.macrocosm1831 Рік тому +42

    I believe Hanatarashi’s Yamantaka Ai joined Boredoms & toured US for Lollapaloza, which was followed by solo US your, which I saw. They had 3 drummers & Yamantaka fronted the band with this indescribable vocal noise.

    • @kjaze
      @kjaze 9 місяців тому +1

      I saw The Boredoms in Wash. DC in 1995 or so. The bassist had an insane rig. The sound was so immaculate that I suffered a crisis of inspiration.

    • @Spaghetti742
      @Spaghetti742 9 місяців тому +1

      I’m sorry, Lollapalooza? Lmao imagine watching taylor swift walk off stage and this me starts screaming in front of some white girls

  • @sozepanteonero3072
    @sozepanteonero3072 Рік тому +7

    I seriously love this channel, wish you uploaded more frequently!

  • @gllrd0
    @gllrd0 Рік тому +5

    One of the most interesting videos I’ve ever seen. Keep doing these type of videos, u are so good at doing them

  • @Emptidiot
    @Emptidiot Рік тому +5

    That was a truly interesting video, thanks for making it!

  • @TheVioletBunny
    @TheVioletBunny Рік тому +38

    Japan has a pretty intense noise scene from merzbow to diesel guitar.

  • @rocbarboza
    @rocbarboza Рік тому +21

    Imagine a GG ALLIN x Hanatarash collab show

    • @BroMxne
      @BroMxne 11 місяців тому +2

      Oh lord

    • @sycration
      @sycration 10 місяців тому +3

      no survivors!

    • @ZapperRS
      @ZapperRS 10 місяців тому

      The earth would collapse

    • @ultrapro8937
      @ultrapro8937 4 місяці тому

      It would be crazy

  • @Zehahahahahahahahahahahaha
    @Zehahahahahahahahahahahaha Рік тому +52

    Everything from this band is absolutely TARASH!

    • @ericcartman6724
      @ericcartman6724 9 місяців тому +21

      I wouldn’t even call it a band.
      It’s just two guy making nose and chaos.

    • @kelechi_77
      @kelechi_77 Місяць тому

      @@ericcartman6724that's what a band is

  • @honey3762
    @honey3762 Рік тому +5

    I saw this band on this exists a long while ago, I never forgot about it since it’s wild to see another channel talk about it

  • @summervacation99
    @summervacation99 Рік тому +117

    Yamantaka Eye is life, pure unadulterated energy in every performance

  • @fungus_am0nguz644
    @fungus_am0nguz644 Рік тому +71

    I remember hearing from these guys when i was discovering noise music in the 90s and even back then without pictures or videos, the stories about the bulldozer or Eye tying a chainsaw in his leg and spinning around at shows were known. Its funny because knowing about this scene and music and then "kinda" experiencing it in Woodstock 99, dude i felt we were all Yamataka Eye at one point, pure mayhem. It was bad but i wouldnt change it lol.

    • @fungus_am0nguz644
      @fungus_am0nguz644 Рік тому +7

      Now that im seeing this video its bringing back memories from that scene and music, dude what was the name of that psycho that used to cut himself and shot heroin during shows and then took a loaded gun and held the crowd hostage LOL, this fucking scene i swear. What was the name?

    • @internets0up
      @internets0up Рік тому +5

      @@fungus_am0nguz644 I have no idea who you’re talking about but I’m interested because what the fuck

    • @Jukeboksi
      @Jukeboksi Рік тому +4

      @@fungus_am0nguz644 prob GG Allin

    • @marcelnowak402
      @marcelnowak402 10 місяців тому

      Bro, this isn’t music

    • @bjorn5801
      @bjorn5801 9 місяців тому

      @@fungus_am0nguz644 Dont know about shooting heroin but death squad fits the other two.

  • @mr.mimikyu2342
    @mr.mimikyu2342 Рік тому +148

    This band sounds insane throwing passed away cats , destroying stages and hurling molotov cocktails sounds really unsafe

    • @mariaquiet6211
      @mariaquiet6211 Рік тому +18

      If you like that you should check out Premature Ejaculation. The one guy actually ate a dead cat and puked it back up. Quality stuff.

    • @magicvampirelver1321
      @magicvampirelver1321 Рік тому +32

      @@mariaquiet6211 🤢 that's grose

    • @Curoxinho
      @Curoxinho Рік тому +1

      @@mariaquiet6211 i'm gonna check out

    • @hankscorpio8928
      @hankscorpio8928 Рік тому +3

      It’s punk rock. It should be dangerous.

    • @YeYe-wd7vq
      @YeYe-wd7vq Рік тому +1

      @@hankscorpio8928 how

  • @miserable_complex864
    @miserable_complex864 Рік тому +4

    didnt know there was a youtube documentary on this band, thank you!!!

  • @AbrahamLure
    @AbrahamLure Рік тому +5

    So refreshing, what a gem I've stumbled upon. Proud subscriber from today onwards :)

  • @marquisdecarabas1312
    @marquisdecarabas1312 Рік тому +11

    I had to google what german band you were talkin about because you spelled the name THAT wrong that i, as a german, couldn't understand it. You spelled Einstürzende Neubauten like Eistuhsende Nubotten. 😅😅😅 Thank you for this informative Clip. 👍👍👍

  • @timbrooks134
    @timbrooks134 7 місяців тому

    I have fallen upon 1 of very few 1 in a million different channels and I fucking love it keep it up brotha 🤘🤘

  • @identifiantidentifie397
    @identifiantidentifie397 Рік тому +2

    Fan of your channel, instantly.

  • @irrationallynegative
    @irrationallynegative Рік тому +11

    You forgot to mention that Hanatarash eventually morphed into the legendary Boredoms.

  • @Nora-mg7cc
    @Nora-mg7cc Рік тому +2

    Love your work 🙃

  • @KalamariKing23
    @KalamariKing23 Рік тому +4

    Some of their post destruction pics are amazing, it's like a painting of punk Fury. 🤘

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal Рік тому +12

    Thanks a lot. If we still only had TV, we wouldn't have sophisticated niche edutainment like these.

  • @xarealpersonx
    @xarealpersonx 9 місяців тому +3

    it's seriously up to channels like this to tell the stories of these bands so they don't get forgotten by the online generation

  • @jacobrogers1006
    @jacobrogers1006 Рік тому +37

    You can tell this band was dangerous when they did stunts that would’ve caused harm to not only them, but also the audience.
    I wonder, will you do a video on Aesthetic Meat Front? I heard about them somewhere, but the website was taken down.

  • @martin1234512345
    @martin1234512345 Рік тому +14

    I see no bulldozer. Definitely see an excavator though.

    • @Tara_P_Rose
      @Tara_P_Rose Рік тому +2

      You’re absolutely right, it was an excavator. I’m surprised more ppl didn’t point that out.

  • @punklover99
    @punklover99 Рік тому +10

    Imagine if they sold shirts, they'd probably just cut the logo into your chest

  • @emperortrevornorton3119
    @emperortrevornorton3119 10 місяців тому +2

    I had the second album on CD randomly got it with a bunch of punk and metal from a rummage sale in one of those big CD holder books it is a very unique sound is all I can say it was one of the most different punk experiences I ever had
    I wish it had the CD cover booklet so I could see what the tracks were titled

  • @OmdublG
    @OmdublG Рік тому +12

    I really enjoyed Yamantaka Eye screams when he was in Naked City. Him and John Zorn are a perfect pair.

  • @alexdelarge5800
    @alexdelarge5800 10 місяців тому +3

    You should talk about "CCCP - Fedeli alla linea", one of the most influencial punk-rock and new wave bands in Italy

  • @jkrenz77
    @jkrenz77 3 місяці тому +1

    The fact that they met at an ENB show is testament.

  • @johnnywolf666
    @johnnywolf666 Рік тому +54

    Band is living up to its name. Music TaRASH, Performance TaRASH, Artistry TaRASH

    • @robwoodring9437
      @robwoodring9437 Рік тому +20

      Art is often times the act of pushing the limits just to see where the real line is. While that group is way past my personal line, it's objectively not "trash". Another goal of performance art is an experience for the audience that will never be repeated and never forgotten. The folks who showed up AFTER knowing what that band did certainly got all of that.

    • @jcg7719
      @jcg7719 Рік тому +9

      @@robwoodring9437 you have to reach the limits before you push them.
      This is not pushing boundaries in either music or musical performance, its a whole different sort of performance that while not devoid of meaning in itself doesnt even do the bare minimum when it comes to the music part.

    • @robwoodring9437
      @robwoodring9437 Рік тому

      @@jcg7719 "reach the limits before you push them"? So a band like Sonic Youth weren't artists because they didn't first do a Mozart concerto? Hip-hop isn't music because there's no melody? I'm not saying I like anything this noise band did, but it is art.

    • @deborahhenderson149
      @deborahhenderson149 11 місяців тому

      @@robwoodring9437 Feel sorry for the poor B******$ who had to clean the broken glass, p! Ss and crap up afterwards. Should have made the band do it as part of their contract. Lol! Bet they would not have created as much mayhem.

    • @Ciervorelajado
      @Ciervorelajado 9 місяців тому

      @@robwoodring9437 no, but they created music instead of random noises “because art bruh”

  • @phunintended2461
    @phunintended2461 9 місяців тому +1

    Oh man, I used to love listening to hanatarash cuz of the insane energy.. never even knew about the insane shows.. awesome lol

  • @lisbethsalander275
    @lisbethsalander275 Рік тому +2

    Club owner: sure wish someone would destroy my venue.
    Hanatarash: got you fam

  • @WormholeJim
    @WormholeJim 9 місяців тому +2

    I remember a comix-short I once read in renowned Heavy Metal Magazine, about a punk band whose quest for ever more death defying live acts had the singer eventually amputate both his arms and legs during a show. Considering the Japanese underground scene in the '80's as depicted in the vid, this doesn't actually seem as far fetched as that younger version of me initially thought.

  • @ItsSuffBiatch
    @ItsSuffBiatch Рік тому +21

    GISM next? Also would love to see a video about Stiv Bators who actually died on stage and was revived, He was absolutely wild and in my opinion the greatest live performer of all time.

    • @PureDoom666
      @PureDoom666 Рік тому +4

      Funny! The reason why I clicked on this video was because I thought it was GISM for a moment.

    • @ItsSuffBiatch
      @ItsSuffBiatch Рік тому +1

      @@PureDoom666 In reality GISM probably is more dangerous.

    • @peteormond3565
      @peteormond3565 Рік тому +2

      Stiv Bators did not die on stage. He died after being hit by a car in Paris and refusing to go to the hospital that night.

    • @ItsSuffBiatch
      @ItsSuffBiatch Рік тому +1

      @@peteormond3565 "Died" on stage. His unfortunate actual death was in Paris yes.

    • @chrisbull845
      @chrisbull845 Рік тому +2

      @@PureDoom666 You're not the only one! I saw the title and immediately thought "Cue some apocryphal mad stories about Sakevi attacking crowds with an iron bar before going home to watch surgical procedure videos" or something 😂

  • @fletchkeilman2205
    @fletchkeilman2205 Рік тому +6

    Would you ever do a video on the Japanese skins, like all the SSS bands like Bull The Buffalos? Crazy dudes

  • @PPPPresto
    @PPPPresto Рік тому

    Chill out music.
    My favourite Sundays.

  • @Bubmet
    @Bubmet Рік тому +8

    Was hoping to hear melt banana get mentioned, they’ll always be the best japanese noise metal band!

    • @domberry1502
      @domberry1502 9 місяців тому

      Yo! They played in Huddersfield. Great sounds!

    • @kjaze
      @kjaze 9 місяців тому +1

      Overachievers to be sure... but you can't forget Boris!

  • @danielmata3902
    @danielmata3902 9 місяців тому

    When I first saw the title of the video I thought immediately in G.i.s.m. , didn't know about this band, thank you!

  • @indo604
    @indo604 9 місяців тому +1

    I wish I could of preformed at CBGB nothing better then letting out that energy and pain in a small room these guys remind me of that scene probably helped create it

  • @owl509
    @owl509 Рік тому +8

    Hype

  • @blakedawson2129
    @blakedawson2129 Рік тому +3

    Dang. Would've liked to have seen them. I used to joke " y'all better bring helmets" and " make the owner sign a waiver before we start". But ws, those guys went off.

  • @markorendas1423
    @markorendas1423 Рік тому +2

    THERE HAS TO BE A HANATARASH AND KITARO TOUR SOMEWHERE

  • @shanewilson9814
    @shanewilson9814 9 місяців тому

    Wow. It's so impressive on so many levels.... Just wow.

  • @rafiqkatana
    @rafiqkatana 10 місяців тому +1

    Finally something I can get behind.

  • @marshallfehr9742
    @marshallfehr9742 Рік тому +22

    ive just come to this channel not long ago, but a topic i think you would cover John Cage really well, hes most known for his piece of music 4'33" where he comes out on stage, sits down for a few mins and then just leaves without saying anything. my music teacher spoke fondly of this man, and his view on sound is cool. i think it would make a pretty interesting video.

    • @gedrooney9305
      @gedrooney9305 10 місяців тому +1

      Indeed- and from John Cage to John Cale is a great journey also

    • @Lady_Flashheart40
      @Lady_Flashheart40 7 місяців тому +1

      He also has a piece playing in a church that is supposed to finish in the 27th century.

  • @qygpygpq707
    @qygpygpq707 Рік тому +2

    1:12 "They two met at a Einstürzende Neubauten gig"
    I need some time to figure that out xD

  • @vonanstetten2355
    @vonanstetten2355 10 місяців тому +3

    I'm german and it's really funny how he says the band Name "Einstürzende Neubauten" something like Inzyzene Nybuten. By the way in english the Name means "collapsing new buildings"

  • @TaylorDelRey
    @TaylorDelRey Рік тому

    I love how their logo has a Conflict/Crass look to it.

  • @grimlund
    @grimlund Рік тому +10

    Holy crap. I thought GG Allen was insane but these guys seems to have been a step higher.
    Imagine if some band to day would have throw plates of glass on the audience. It would have been a case of prosecution. Really f-----g dangerous.

    • @mattiassvanberg8292
      @mattiassvanberg8292 Рік тому +19

      GG Allin was crazier than these guys. This is just performance art. Allin was fucked in the head for real.

    • @grimlund
      @grimlund Рік тому

      @@mattiassvanberg8292 Ja. Karln var tokig.

    • @funky-k0ng770
      @funky-k0ng770 Рік тому

      @@mattiassvanberg8292 these guys were probably just as fucked up as gg lmao

    • @wattsinaname6975
      @wattsinaname6975 10 місяців тому +2

      @@mattiassvanberg8292 Agreed. I can't believe these fools on here saying GG was less crazy. He would do anything he wanted to just about anyone and not give a flying fuck. 😆

    • @brendanmeadors3099
      @brendanmeadors3099 9 місяців тому

      No question more than a step higher these dudes are on a whole other level to that grub.
      That lowlife and his degenerate antics, along with his mediocre music is a different kind of crazy.

  • @ciderpunk9666
    @ciderpunk9666 Рік тому +1

    The first clip of the video is band human gas playing live in Bessie hall in 1985 awesome band very underrated

  • @0therun1t21
    @0therun1t21 Рік тому +12

    Hell yeah, I love all of these bands! Thanks for this!
    I saw Boredoms in S.F. but it was just a damn drum circle, I still liked it but it wasn't what I wanted, I hoping for some insanity.
    I saw Hell Child and a couple of other Japanese hardcore bands at Gilman St. (hate that place) that were amazing, but still not crazy like this. This reminds me of an S.R.L. show, wish I was there.

    • @Quantum973
      @Quantum973 Рік тому +2

      Out of pure curiosity, what draws you into these bands/performers? Is it a cathartic experience? Is it a desire to be apart of something intensely chaotic?

    • @gweganderson
      @gweganderson 8 місяців тому

      Was that Bordems show at the Independent? They had 3 drummers and Eye doing vocals and playing electronics. I thought it was fucking amazing personally. Ever heard os Cock ESP?

  • @gedrooney9305
    @gedrooney9305 10 місяців тому +1

    Maybe a video on John Cale next. Subbed 👍

  • @TheDevouredEagle
    @TheDevouredEagle Рік тому +15

    Soooo.......Mayonnaise *could* be an instrument??? 🤔

  • @LukeMcGuireoides
    @LukeMcGuireoides Рік тому +1

    Eye is awesome. I've always loved The Boredoms

  • @SinThya
    @SinThya Рік тому +2

    Hanatarash, impressive choice

  • @christophercarpenter8868
    @christophercarpenter8868 9 місяців тому

    I lived in Yokosuka from 86 _91 wow the punk scene in Tokyo on Sunday was wild

  • @gleeart
    @gleeart Рік тому +7

    There was that punk group that offered money (for their family) for someone to hang themselves on stage & apparently they had a few applicants. However they were told an accessory to suicide could get 10 years or so so never happened.

    • @kirraxinn
      @kirraxinn Рік тому +8

      Zero class.

    • @Henny.777
      @Henny.777 9 місяців тому

      I mean if they got volunteers…

  • @sonotdown998
    @sonotdown998 Рік тому +83

    Love Hanatarash. Love Boredoms even more. The bulldozed venue should’ve been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site after that gig.

  • @missvida6251
    @missvida6251 Рік тому +16

    One of my goals in life is to create a band and one up these guys. I have some tricks up my sleeves too!

    • @tscarlsson
      @tscarlsson Рік тому +2

      I'm in!

    • @mikeviolate6207
      @mikeviolate6207 Рік тому +8

      How bout this. Set up giant mirrors behind the band set up. Have a welder and start welding , flash burn/blind everyone in the adiance. They would literally never see anything more exciting again in there entire lives 😎

    • @HitRockBoglim
      @HitRockBoglim 9 місяців тому +1

      @@mikeviolate6207 Ha! Gottttttttttteeeem!

    • @private755
      @private755 6 місяців тому

      I hope it never happens. Destruction and chaos for the sake of clout is embarrassing. It is only notable for Hanatarash because they did it first and long ago.

  • @cranklabexplosion-labcentr8245
    @cranklabexplosion-labcentr8245 Рік тому +20

    Thank you for posting about the genre of harsh noise while having over 500k subs. Risky but necessary

  • @tangyorange6509
    @tangyorange6509 Рік тому +2

    I swear I saw a video about this like 2 years ago, with the same thumbnail photo

  • @p0werfu11
    @p0werfu11 9 місяців тому

    Sometimes all you need is just a video about one of the seminal noise bands from Japan

  • @gensou777
    @gensou777 10 місяців тому

    pls do a video on the gerogerigegege. severely underrated

  • @kellie5476
    @kellie5476 Рік тому +21

    They make The Who look like well behaved choir boys lol.

    • @Lady_Flashheart40
      @Lady_Flashheart40 7 місяців тому

      On a dark note, it's crazy how Hanatarash went out of their way to endanger their fans and didn't seriously hurt or kill anyone, yet one The Who concert, a concert in which the band had no intention of putting their fans in a dangerous situation, resulted in the deaths of eleven fans in a crush.

  • @philip7505
    @philip7505 Рік тому

    Saw boredoms >4 times and related groups a bunch. Just fun. Chill folks too. Yoshimi is a nice mom.

  • @ZenobyGoat
    @ZenobyGoat Рік тому +4

    yeah Yamantaka Eye rocks, his other music is really really good
    Boredoms is like one of my favourite bands

    • @scottowens4162
      @scottowens4162 Рік тому

      boredoms toured with my all favorite band brutal truth (grindcore), and then did a mini tour with nirvana, i miss that era.

  • @heddysteve7078
    @heddysteve7078 10 місяців тому

    Solid video, bad luck 13 says hold my beer (barb wire bat).

  • @TrashCatProductions
    @TrashCatProductions 8 місяців тому

    Man, this is wild! As an upstart in the Punk Rock world, I'm safe to say this band goes up there with G.G. Allin. 😝

  • @PhotoStoryChannel
    @PhotoStoryChannel Рік тому

    Supercool❤️ keep the supercool 🔥

  • @InkAndPoet
    @InkAndPoet Рік тому +5

    4:00 well, they don't call it "Danger Music" for nothing. (No really, that is a legit genre.)

  • @nigelbevan8449
    @nigelbevan8449 Рік тому +2

    I've seen Einsturzende Neubauten four times.. A brilliant band.

  • @JordyyEEZZZ174
    @JordyyEEZZZ174 Рік тому +11

    Imagine you are in their band and they forced you to use the drum sticks as a torture device for yourself 😭

  • @maymaniac7917
    @maymaniac7917 Рік тому +2

    I am so sorry but I hardly understood at wich German band concert they were. Did you say abstürzende Brieftauben? 😅

  • @akdragosani
    @akdragosani Рік тому

    Truly Insane 🤯

  • @DravenCross
    @DravenCross Рік тому +1

    Have you ever done a video on Sopor Auternus?

  • @bawsack69
    @bawsack69 Рік тому +6

    GG Allen didn't push any musical boundaries, he just threw shit about & punched people

    • @jumpfart666
      @jumpfart666 Рік тому

      He made country music as well. He didn't throw poop until the last era of his career. He was an old school punker from the late 70s on. The Jabbers were actually pretty good.

    • @bawsack69
      @bawsack69 Рік тому

      @@jumpfart666 still, pushing musical boundaries?

    • @joshbanks9261
      @joshbanks9261 Рік тому

      His band was the murder junkies. There is a great documentary about GG Allin and how he was way more talented than people gave him credit for yet was just seen as a rock and roll terrorist. Wendy Williams was wild but not in it to hurt anyone in the audience. Its ok to get a bit bruised up but no one wants to end up in the hospital. People don't understand the liability the promoter can face if something happens at a gig. I live in South East Asia and have been to plenty shows but most the kids are wild but in control. Its more about having fun than just brutality or violence or destroying the venue. That is the big difference over here as life is crazy enough on a daily basis.

  • @snowqueen_8958
    @snowqueen_8958 Рік тому +1

    Noise music is unique and very well.....out there and gonzo

  • @Keepler22b
    @Keepler22b Рік тому +2

    Mayhem:) Necrobuthcer is a really nice guy. We used to go to the amusement park with our kids. I remember his kid used to prank him all the time...hahah. whats fun to watch is his collection of vhs tapes, hours of old live Mayhem. Mayhem are ordinary guys:)

  • @apokalypthoapokalypsys9573
    @apokalypthoapokalypsys9573 10 місяців тому +1

    USA: we have thrash metal
    Japan: we have Tarash metal

  • @freebee8221
    @freebee8221 24 дні тому

    Were not into music, we are into chaos. - steve jones

  • @zeeqwan6477
    @zeeqwan6477 Рік тому +7

    Yamatsuka EyE is unfathomably based

  • @anothersettlementneedsyour9628
    @anothersettlementneedsyour9628 Рік тому +64

    Imagine walking into random nightclub in Tokyo and seeing this.
    If you don’t throw a dead cat in the audience, you’re making pop music. If you don’t finish the show with a bulldozer, what’s really the point?

  • @nate8lowe
    @nate8lowe Рік тому

    Skinny Puppy, Crash Worship and Kettle Cadaver were pretty raw, but still music, but yeah, i'd have loved to see it live

  • @Sleepyeasel
    @Sleepyeasel 9 місяців тому

    The two members met at a Einstürzende Neubauten concert, which is pronounced slightly different as it was in this video.

  • @wpridgen4853
    @wpridgen4853 Рік тому +2

    I'm beginning to wonder if venues book bands like these after double insuring...

  • @rickneal4967
    @rickneal4967 Рік тому +1

    Available for weddings

  • @blank6377
    @blank6377 Рік тому +3

    Jesus, I expected this kind of chaos in the US, but good lord Japan beat us to it!

    • @cepho8349
      @cepho8349 Рік тому +2

      Lol Japan has world-renowned, crazy underground and experimental music scene.