The Chemical Brothers drop twisted visual for “MAH”

It’s mad as hell, but in the best kind of way.

The Chemical Brothers’ wicked rave anthem “MAH” (or “Mad as Hell”) has received a dark and twisted visual.

Shot during a concert at Alexandra Palace in London, the clip opens with a sea of masked faces and haunting laughter. But as soon as the relentless beat kicks in, we see Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons appearing behind the decks as they work the crowd.

Lasers start to flash and an eerie-looking masked man towers behind them, singing along to the song’s punchy vocal hook. And when he says “I’m mad as hell,” you’d best believe him.

The Chemical Brothers have always had a knack for dropping eye-catching, off-kilter visuals (just watch “Free Yourself”) to accompany their progressive tracks—and “MAH” is no exception.

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