What is the scariest K pop music video

11 of the scariest music videos from around the world

Halloween is just around the corner, which means it's time to dig up the scariest music videos we can find to make ourselves goofy.

Some artists have created videos that are really scary and in some cases cause stomach cramps. Seriously, these videos will scar your brain and give you nightmares.

You have been warned!

Aphex Twin, 'Rubber Johnny'

Electronic artist Aphex Twin worked with director Chris Cunningham to create some of the scariest bat-sh * t scary music videos out there.

'Come to Daddy' is what is often mentioned as the most disturbing, but we think 'Rubber Johnny' is even more terrifying.

It focuses on the lonely life of a deformed, wheelchair-bound teenager who is locked in the basement in company with only his pet Chihuahua.

Skrillex, "First Year (Equinox)"

The video for Skrillex's First of the Year (Equinox) "attacks the horror of real monsters - pedophiles - but with a nasty twist.

A predatory old man on the hunt for young victims is hunted down soon after meeting a girl with special dubstep powers

Broken Social Scene, "Sweetest Kill"

The Canadian music collective Broken Social Scene makes twee indie pop. This video of a woman beating her lover to death in graphical detail was a bit shocking, to say the least.

Nine Inch Nails, 'happiness in slavery'

Nine Inch Nails 'bondage video for' Happiness In "Sklaverei" was banned for its extreme torture scenes after its release.

It shows the performance artist Bob Flanagan buckling himself into a machine that impales, drills and tears his skin - and yes, he enjoys every single moment.

Marilyn Manson, "Sweet Dreams"

There will be no sweet dreams for someone watching the video for Manson's cover of Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams".

The singer can walk around an abandoned building. He wore a wedding dress, wore a tutu, and even rode a pig.

Dave Stewart once said, "The video was one of the scariest things I saw at the time." We agree.

Dizzee Rascal, 'Couple Of Stacks'

The rapper came up with this gruesome music video for his grime track 'Couple Of St Ackers.

Dizzee plays a murderer who disembowels, mutilates and beheads his victims in scenes from the horror films from the 80s.

Flying lotus, 'Ready Err Not'

A bloody bathtub full of decapitated heads, babies devouring bowels, and spider legs growing eyeballs are just some of the many disturbing images in Flying Lotus' video for 'Ready Err Not'.

David Firth's video may be animated, but we're still traumatized.

Die Antwoord, 'Evil Boy'

The South African hip-hop band Die Antwoord is all about tribal circumcision and of course fills the video with lots of penises. You can be amazed (and shudder) at the sight of the rapper Ninja who uses his as a microphone, Yolandi's nipples are replaced by eyeballs and Diplo is chained.

Fever Ray, 'When I have a heart'

Swedish musician Fever Ray worked with Andreas Nilsson to create a quiet sense of threat in the video for "If I Had A Heart".

It starts with a couple of children carrying a torch and going down a river in a boat English: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op...=view&id=167 Singer appears as if that wasn't scary enough Karin Dreijer Andersson in a skeletonized face painting.

Robbie Williams, 'Rock DJ'

OK, this one isn't scary - but the something where Robbie Williams strips his skin and starts ripping chunks of himself (including the cheeks) to feed the models around him is super gross.

VIXX, 'Voodoo Doll'

K-Pop Videos Are Usually Too Slick The video for "Voodoo Doll" by boy band VIXX is another level of creepy.

The bandmates play the ex-lover of a woman who is determined to get revenge on a voodoo doll.

Cue lots of shots of skin pierced and mutilated. Ew.


Author: Arturo Clark

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