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- Posted on Jul 22nd 2009 2:00PM by Dan Reilly
"If you enjoy watching bearded men and a dog working on fresh new music about fresh blood, then this video is for you," he tells Spinner. The video of the song, about a werewolf seeking sanguine sustenance, was directed by Bob Dylan's son, Jesse, and features Everett and his wolfman-like beard prowling city streets, stalking a beautiful young woman and, naturally, fighting with men in Mexican wrestling masks.
Continuing with his pitch, Everett notes that the CD version of his 'Hombre Lobo' album -- the title is Spanish for "werewolf" -- includes a link to a 30-minute documentary of "these bearded men and dog working on fresh new music about fresh blood, prizefighting, jealousy, lust, dreaming, dynamiting, longing, frustration, doubt, want and self-assessment. I don't know about you, but I can never get enough of this sort of thing." Frankly, E, we've never tried all those things at once, but we're willing to check it out.