Twelve Foot Ninja have recently premiered their long-awaited music video for the song Ain’t That A Bitch.
With the promise to create an action-packed music video, the Australian group turned to fans in an effort to crowd fund over $45,000 for the making of the video – which saw the band break a world record for successfully crowd funding the most ambitious financial target for a music video or short film.
Certainly, the funding hasn’t gone to waste, with the band pulling out all of the stops to create the video; calling on a prosthetics make-up artist who worked on the film The Hobbit, a 7ft Alaskan brown bear, Penthouse Magazine “Pet” Madison Rhys, as well as members of American metal band Periphery.
Perhaps even more importantly is the bands message created for the video, addressing the issue of cyber-bullying that is unfortunately becoming more and more common. While the band itself doesn’t “condone violence in the real world, the members wanted to create a video that portrayed the ultimate revenge fantasy to give a voice to victims of cyber bullying.”