Delta Heavy – Hold Me

This dark and twisted story is directed, animated and so on by Kristofer Ström with additional animation and compositing by Erik Buchholtz.

The video had over 600.000 views in less than four days on the UKF dubstepchannel.

Directed & Animated by Kristofer Ström
Animation/comp: Erik Buchholtz
Produced by Tamsin Glasson/Colonel Blimp & Blinkink.

Kristofer also made the LP cover.

And here’s some really nice words about the monster:

Following on from ‘Dinosaurs‘ for 16 Bit Kristofer Strom is back with another trippy music video, this time for Delta Heavy and their track ‘Hold Me’. It features a demonic looking girl and her zombie cat that fires lasers from its cold dead eyes. It’ll definitely give me nightmares.
– Animated Review

This video is just next level….
– Borgore

It’s another cracker by animation maestro Kristofer Ström for a dubstep smasher – this time Delta Heavy’s Hold Me.
The style is a bit more Japanese and it starts with this young lady disinterring her cat. The rest is just beautiful and strange – and a bit grisly. Fabulous.

– Promonews

RAM Records has officially put their head into the Dubstep game with this demented animation as an official video for Delta Heavy‘s new single “Hold Me“. Perfect for the Halloween season this dark and ghoulish animation is set in a pet cemetery where a legion of  zombie cats with laser eyes that slice up all in its path are on a death march to destroy all in its path.
– WompTv

Zdecydowanie dzisiejsze must see video : dziewczynka wykopująca swego tragicznie zmarłego pupila, powołuje do życia armię strzelających laserami z oczu kotów-zombie, która w transowym rytmie wyrusza na żer. Po raz kolejny (DinosaurusBaltimore Clap) Ström udowadnia swój talent w animowaniu dubstepowych kawałków:
– I Watch Music

Cute and seriously creepy. Kind of disturbing, actually; if you’re really sensitive to losing pets, you might not want to watch.
– The Eyepool

A combination of everything, this is great with cats playing the bongos, colours and a graveyard!
– The Reel