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Bring Me The Horizon's Alligator Blood wins best video at 2012 Kerrang! Awards
The Stuart Birchall-directed video for Bring Me The Horizon's Alligator Blood has won Best Video at the 2012 Kerrang! Awards.
The Alligator Blood video, completed last year by Birchall and his team at production company You Know - and released on Halloween's Night - is a David Lynch-inspired nightmare involving sexy vampires, a ten-foot alligator, and a tarantula. It beating Mastodon's Curl of the Burl (directed by Robert Schober), Paramore's Monster (directed by Shane Drake), Falling In Reverse's The Drug In Me Is You, and Motionless In White's Immaculate Misconception to take the prize.
"It's really great to be get shortlisted amongst such great competition for such a cool award and truly humbling to be voted number one," says Stuart. "Everyone involved in the making of the video demonstrated great commitment under pressure and all credit goes to everyone who believed in this project and helped make it happen."
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