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HIMEJI, JAPAN - NOVEMBER 29: Japanese traditional sword plate is displayed at Munehiro Myochins workshop on November 29, 2017 in Himeji, Japan. The history of the traditional Japanese sword dates back to the Kofun period, around 250 to 538 AD. The blades are made with high quality Japanese steel and each handmade sword takes around a month to produce. Professional swordsmiths must be licensed and follow the traditional production process, hand making the swords using tamahagane steel. These days the traditional Japanese swords, or katana, known as Samurai Swords are popular with overseas buyers. Munehiro Myochin is a specialized sword maker in Hyogo Prefecture and has won many awards over the past ten years. (Photo by Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images)

Red Fang got it right: when you’ve got a new music video to make, you get a brand new katana sword and start cutting up everything in sight.


The Portland, Oregon stoner rockers have been laying down heavy riffs and making unforgettable music videos for over 15 years now, and the clip for “Arrows” might be their best yet. It’s the title track from their new album, due out June 4. Take a look. But maybe put on some protective eye wear first.