The Cutthroat Brothers “Psykik Chemist” The Cutthroat Brothers “Psykik Chemist” Music Video Directed by Jack Saffle Digital Warfare Records Add date – 05/09/19 In this life, you’ve got to keep your eyes peeled for red flags. A lawyer wearing an ankle bracelet. A one-eyed welder. Or, in this case, a pair of barbers rocking gore-soaked barber whites in public. It doesn’t take a trained eye to see that these folks could all use some help. At least The Cutthroat Brothers are seeking the healing power of a “Psykik Chemist,” who, we’re guessing from the lyrics, is a graduate of Behind-the-dumpster Doctor College. About The Cutthroat Brothers But that Doc is going to need it. Over a scuzz-and-fuzz guitar-and-drums attack, The Cutthroat Brothers paint a dark portrait of a man in need of a drug – any drug – that’ll keep him from going even further off the deep end. Their primal, bluesy riffs have a slaughterhouse reek and sound a bit like The Cramps and The Gun Club did hard time together. If you think you hear some of Mudhoney’s unhinged sludge too, well there’s a good reason for that. These guys were onstage for it all during Seattle’s Grunge heyday, with Paycheck handling drumming for hardcore punk stalwarts Zeke, so it only made sense to reach out to Jack Endino to man the boards on this one. The legendary producer spit-polished Mudhoney’s scene-defining “Touch Me I’m Sick,” Nirvana’s genre-exploding Bleach, albums from Soundgarden and Skeletonwitch, and many, many more. About The Video For the second single off their self-titled debut, the two real-life barbers, Jason Cutthroat and Donny Paycheck, take the stage fresh off a couple of seriously botched clip-jobs. Joining them under the lights are the shimmying, inked-up, fish-netted, butt-slapping badass girl gang, The Creeps, who look like they got ejected from a Rollerderby match. Directed by Jack Saffle, the “Psykik Chemist” video serves up some kaleidoscopic, vertigo-inducing live shots of the garage punkers laying it down for a crowd of beer-hammered good-for-nothings. To look into Jason Cutthroat’s possessed, electrified eyes here is to catch whatever brain-rotting mental malady they’ve both got. Want more from The Cutthroat Brothers and HIP Video Promo? The Cutthroat Brothers have joined the likes of ANTiSEEN on the Digital Warfare Records roster for their initial foray into back-alley Psychobilly. Branded “seductively murderous” by Revolver Mag, this quickie is drenched in blood and distortion, and isn’t just catchy – it’s highly contagious. If their whole record is this good, here’s hoping they never get well. We’re thrilled to work with The Cutthroat Brothers once again, so please let us know what we can do to get “Psykik Chemist” included in your regular programming or if you’d like some merch for on-air contests and giveaways. For more info, contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo team at (732)-613-1779 or email us at info@HIPVideoPromo.com. You can also visit www.CutthroatBrothers.com for more info. For info about other The Cutthroat Brothers videos, click HERE.