Major Lazer: Hold the Line by Ferry Gouw
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Major Lazer: Hold the Line by Ferry Gouw
Major Lazer: Hold the Line, directed by Ferry Gouw

Major Lazer: Hold the Line, directed by Ferry Gouw

Now I wouldn’t normally sing the praises of Major Lazer the British music duo and their generally rather saucy videos, but Major Lazer the cartoon monster hunter definitely gets my vote. His back story: a Jamaican commando injured in the secret Zombie War of 1984, rebuilt with a lazer in place of his right arm by the US military – his mission to save the world from the dark forces.

Thank illustrator & music video director Ferry Gouw for some awesome comic book graphics and killer monsters in this music video. Now where can I get hold of those action figures?

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