3TEETH Endorse PRESIDENT X In Their Latest Video

Rising industrial-rock act 3TEETH have released their latest video for PRESIDENT X ahead of their new album, METAWAR.

3TEETH Endorse PRESIDENT X In Their Latest Video
Cat Jones

Rising politically-tinged industrial-rock force 3TEETH are releasing their second album, METAWAR, on July 5. The record was produced by Sean Beavan of Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails, and the band have toured with Rammstein and Ministry, if that gives you any idea what to expect from these guys. In addition to being a fun-as-hell, danceable industrial act, frontman Alexis Mincolla also holds two degrees in political science, and often uses 3TEETH as a vehicle for commentary on our current political climate. The new video for PRESIDENT X, which was released today, portrays a selfie-taking reptilian presidential candidate holding a press conference for his 2020 run.

Alexis explains:

“PRESIDENT X is about an arbitrary figure head that will continue to be replaced, repositioned and repackaged to maintain an illusion of choice and difference in a system that operates on auto-pilot. As the administration pendulum swings back and forth in our bi-partisan shit show, you basically get a new leader who comes in with the goal of undoing what the last guy did, continuing this cycle of futility. It’s like one of those TV shows that just keeps going on season after season, walking you in circles by throwing in new hackneyed characters and the same trite notions of conflict but in reality the story has no arc and no resolution and by the time the season finale comes, oh and it will come, you're going to look back on it go holy fuck I want my money back... and no I'm not talking metaphorical money, I'm talking about your actual tax dollars that funded a hot trash show. I believe there was a fine scholar by the name of Frank Zappa who once said ‘Government is the Entertainment division of the military-industrial complex.’”

Watch the video now:

Catch 3TEETH on tour:


30 - Berlin, Germany Huxleys*


2 Bristol, UK SWX*

3 - Glasgow, UK SWG3 Studio Warehouse*

4 - Birmingham, UK O2 Institute*

6 - London, UK O2 Shephard’s Bush Empire*

7 - Paris, France La Machine du Moulin Rouge*

9 - Oberhausen, Germany Kulttempel*

10 - Prague, Czech Republic Roxy*

11 - Budapest, Hungary A38*

15 - Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall

16 - Denver, CO Marquis Theater

18 - Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre

19 - Kansas City, MO Riot Room

20 - St. Louis, MO Fubar

22 - Minneapolis, MN Studio B @ Skyway Theatre

23 - Madison, WI High Noon Saloon

24 - Chicago, IL Reggies Rock Club

25 - Detroit, MI El Club

26 - Columbus, OH A&R Music Bar

28 - Montreal, QC Heavy Montreal

29 - Toronto, ON Velvet Underground

31 - Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall


1 - New York, NY Bowery Ballroom

2 - Philadelphia, PA Voltage Lounge

3 - Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage

4 - Chapel Hill, NC Local 506

5 - Nashville, TN Exit/In

7 - Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (Hell)

8 - New Orleans, LA The Parish at House of Blues

9 - Houston, TX Scout Bar

10 - Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill

11 - Austin, TX Empire Control Room

14 - Tucson, AZ 191 Toole

15 - Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge

16 - San Diego, CA Brick by Brick

17 - Los Angeles, CA Teragram Ballroom

18 - San Francisco, CA Slim’s

*w/ Ministry

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