The Weeknd has shared the new music video for “False Alarm,” the second single off his upcoming album Starboy. Directed by Ilya Naishuller, it begins with a parental advisory warning for “explicit content” and “graphic violence.” It is not an exaggeration: The video features very bloody, very violent scenes of a bank robbery. Watch it now!
Footage captured by a snorkeler off the coast of Tonga shows just what it’s like to be swimming among the ocean’s biggest creatures. Beau Pilgrim was on a snorkelling tour when a gigantic humpback whale appeared, displaying a full breach and crashing back towards the ocean surface with a titanic splash. Photo via: Nicola Lemmon.
Dubbed Megacities: Urban Future, the Emerging Complexity, this video foresees a dark urban future that will challenge the U.S. military’s ability to target adversaries. The video also makes clear that these urban environments will be the new battlegrounds for global stability and security. According to The Intercept, the video was created by the U.S. Army for military audiences. While it’s common knowledge the world is urbanising, Megacities explores the tactical and strategic implications of enormous metropolises.
The man who refers to himself in third person put Virgin, Utah, on the map long before it became known as a freeride mecca. With trademark “huck and hope” mentality, hockey shoulder pads and a bizarre Karpiel 12-inch travel bike, Bender blazed a path through the earliest days of freeriding, eventually putting out a segment in the New World Disorder video series that stands as one of the most influential of all time. He could snipe tricky landings, ride crazy fast, and he built many of the original Rampage-winning features that other riders used on their way to the podium.
Just when you thought that one of the most iconic custom car builds of the last decade couldn’t get any better, Ken Block and Hoonigan have gone and improved upon the perfection that was Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR from Gymkhana SEVEN. How you ask? By adding two turbos to the equation and adding methanol. Dubbed Hoonicorn V2, it now features a twin-turbo setup that’s force-feeding 21 pounds of boost into a 410 cubic inch (6.7 litre) methanol motor. The end result? 1,400 horsepower at the crank that is then sent to all four wheels in an effort to vaporise Block’s Toyo tires instantly.
Dylan Rieder was just 28 years old when he passed away on Oct. 12. The young pro skateboarder had been battling leukemia for the past year, before he sadly succumbed to complications cause by the devastating disease. Watch the video part that took him to the next level of notoriety “Dylan.”, a part with Gravis Footwear.