Beneath the escarpments, the gold miners have perished as Wellington rockers Flesh D-Vice come thundering out of the wastelands of a Wild West desert landscape from hell. This studio performance video was made for a 1985 single. For all of the serious intent on display, 'Flaming Soul' is practically a torch song compared to some of the band's more ferocious outings and there are some lighter touches to be seen: a guitar lead plugged into the sand and lead singer Gerald Dwyer nonchalantly lighting his cigarette from the inferno of a flaming oil drum.
Please keep your comments relevant to this title. Email addresses are never displayed, but they are required to confirm your comments.
Music Video, 1994
Gerald Dwyer also managed Shihad
Music Video, 1997
Gerald Dwyer also managed Head Like a Hole
Music Video, 1979
More fun in the studio
Music Video, 1978
An earlier generation of punks
Music Video, 1982
A very different flavour of 80s Wellington music
Music Video, 1985
Another TVNZ music video from 1985