Biting Elbows

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Biting Elbows
Origin Moscow, Russia
Genres Indie rock, Alternative rock
Years active 2008–present
Labels Mystery of Sound
Website bitingelbows.com
Members Ilya Naishuller
Ilya Kondratiev
Garik Buldenkov
Alexei Zamaraev

Biting Elbows is a Russian indie rock band that was formed in 2008 in Moscow.

In 2012, they were an opening act for Guns N' Roses and Placebo's concerts in Moscow, played at Maxidrom. In 2013, they played at Park Live Festival.

The band is perhaps best known for its music videos for the songs "The Stampede" and "Bad Motherfucker". The videos, directed by frontman Ilya Naishuller, went viral because of their first person perspective, special effects, and action.[1][2][3] Naishuller directed a full-length first-person action/sci-fi/adventure film written by himself, Hardcore Henry (2015), starring Sharlto Copley and Danila Kozlovsky.[4] Biting Elbows wrote the single "For the Kill" for the film's soundtrack.

Discography[edit]

Albums:

  • Biting Elbows (2011)[5]

EP's:

  • Dope Fiend Massacre (2011)

Singles:

  • "Bad Motherfucker" (2013)
  • "Bullied Boy" (2015)
  • "For the Kill" (2016)

References[edit]

  1. ^ BITING ELBOWS’ NEW VIDEO IS THE MOST ULTRAVIOLENT GANGSTER MOVIE TARANTINO NEVER MADE
  2. ^ Biting Elbows lança sequência de clipe com cenas de violência; assista
  3. ^ Amazing: Biting Elbows ‘Bad Motherf*cker’ Video is a Hilarious POV Ultraviolence Overdose
  4. ^ Hardcore - Behind The Scenes Part 1
  5. ^ Spotify

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