Luke Bather - 18th Aug 2016

Dan Sturgess puts the boys from Heck through a world of hell in this soaking wet one-shot.

Known for their legendary live shows in which no piece of equipment is safe from destruction (regardless of whether or not in belongs to them), Heck's live energy is a difficult thing to contain. Unless you contain it in a few gallons of water.

Submerged in a tank with their instruments and tasked with holding their breath whilst still giving a hell of a performance, all whilst beams of light cut through the tank can't have been easy. Sure as hell looks cool though.


DirectorDan Sturgess
LightingChris Foot
Other creditsSpecial thanks: Aqua Impact

Luke Bather - 18th Aug 2016

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