On Jan. 28 the American rock band Soundgarden released an official music video for their song "By Crooked Steps" on the band's VEVO YouTube channel. The video was directed by the Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and it features the band members parodying the television series, "Sons of Anarchy". You can watch Soundgarden's official "By Crooked Steps" music video here.
The video begins with the band members playing poker. They finish the game and put on their motorcycle gang jackets, which are similar to those worn by the guys on "Sons of Anarchy". The band members hop on their scooters, and ride to a club.
Once at the club, Soundgarden pushes the DJ off the stage, and they perform "By Crooked Steps". The cops show up at the club and the band members make a run for it on their scooters. They are quickly caught, and arrested. One of the arresting cops is none other than electronic music artist, Deadmau5.
The song "By Crooked Steps" is featured on Soundgarden's sixth studio album, "King Animal". The album was released on Nov. 13, 2012 via Seven Four, Republic Records and it debuted at No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. The first single from the album was "Been Away Too Long" and you can watch the official music video for that song here.
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