Cryptopsy – Halothane Glow (Live @ Crowbar 2016)

 

Me and the team from Shutterpunx Productions were recently invited to come and capture Death Metal masters Cryptopsy on their first Australian tour in 10 years.

All footage caputured on:

Canon 5dmk3 – Pentax 28mm SMC
Canon 6D – 70-200 L series
BlackMagic Cinema Camera – Tokina 11-16mm

Col B.

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A Million Dead Birds Laughed at Me

Another one of my recent videos for Melbourne based Grind/Death/Tech/Groove/Whatever masters ‘A Million Dead Birds Laughing’. If you haven’t heard their stuff before, then I highly recommend it. You can get both their albums for free (swing some cash their way if you love it) at the following address:¬†http://amdbl.bandcamp.com


– Col B.

Once in a rotation, I appear.

My friends and family in The Schoenberg Automaton (insane metal band from Australia) that I used to do vocals for.. .and a long story and a lot of medical bills later I now don’t.

But as a Christmas treat the lads let me up on stage for an appearance at close friends of mine ‘Western Decay’s reunion show. I jumped up and channelled all I had for an epic rendition of ‘Where Are We, In A Cube?’ with the now frontman and good friend Jake Gerstle.

Good times and sore necks.

This City and Fights

Old video, but never got around to linking it on here. I’ll be posting a couple of these over the next week or so.

Filming was done at two locations across Brisbane. One being the always amazing Sun Distortion Studios (where the performance was filmed) and the other being an abandoned warehouse district on the Northside of town. Pretty stoked with the results, though I would have loved to have had more time to match the colour between the wide angle Tokina 11-16mm and the Zeiss T Planar 50mm f1.4.

Camera was a Canon 7D. Manfrotto, Express35.com and Jag35.com gear was used for supports.

Lens Kit:
Tokina 11-16mm
Zeiss Flektagon 35mm f2.4
Zeiss T Planar 50mm f1.4