Atari Teenage Riot Attacks Human Trafficking With Explicit "Blood In My Eyes" Video

Snippets of a homemade snuff film, distorted screams, 8-bit bleeps, slow chainsaw riffs, and some electronic hardcore chick screaming "Too much blood!"

That's right ... We're talking about Atari Teenage Riot's explicit vid for "Blood In My Eyes" off its new Dim Mak-released record, Is This Hyperreal?

The track is a sonic attack against global human trafficking, which ATF calls "the fastest growing criminal industry in the world," adding that "2.4 million people are trafficked for the purpose of forced labour around the world, 43 percent specifically for sexual exploitation."

See the cut for Atari Teenage Riot's ""Blood In My Eyes."

Atari Teenage Riot. Tuesday, September 13. Culture Room, 3045 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets cost $20 plus fees via Call 954-564-1074 or visit

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