Liquid Death enhances metal in the most fun way while promoting their latest product, Liquid Death Iced Tea. In their latest spot, a bunch of devastated grannies make brutal guttural noises in response to the young spokesperson who opened the commercial stating, “This is like my grandma’s energy drink.” Pulling some stunts while dropping and locking out.
Its spokesperson immediately has sewage splattered out of the toilet, courtesy of two elderly grannies. But their hijinks don’t end there. Grannies hang out of speeding car windows, shoot fireworks from their genitals, skateboard down stair railings, and have cage fights.And that’s not even mentioning what this sick grandma’s band can do when they strap on their instruments. Monty Python and jack ass According to Creative Andy Pearson’s Liquid Death VIP in an interview with Muse.
But while The Ghoulish Spot might actually make you dread the Liquid Death-induced hell you might have unleashed, the company does advert its ads to gentle tea sets, Liquid Death cans, and more stifling classics. It concludes with the tagline “Don” with a naive backing. Don’t be afraid, it’s just iced tea. ”
Since its launch, Liquid Death has leaned into a heavy music image, issuing punk-rock water cans, dropping “certified cursed” cans for the Halloween season, and uncontrollable youths. Rocking a version of Judas going in the opposite direction from Granny. Priest’s “Breaking the Law” for the 2022 Super Bowl commercial.
Check out the new Liquid Death Iced Tea ad below.
Liquid Death Iced Tea – “Grandma’s Iced Tea” ad
And speaking of rocking grannies, Liquid Death may have called their shots ahead of their new commercial release. Just last month, they signed social media star Dorothea Taylor, aka The Godmother of Drumming, as a brand ambassador.
To kick off the campaign, they had her provide a drum cover of “This Water Couldn’t Be Any Less Appealing”. This is Liquid Death’s Greatest Hates, Vol. 1 collection.
Watch her perform the death metal song “This Water Couldn’t Be Any Less Appealing.” The greatest hatred, vol. 1 album. Back in 2020, the water company took some of their most outrageous hateful social media messages and turned them into a death metal album. Watch Taylor’s performance below.
‘Godmother of Drumming’ Dorothea Taylor Named New Liquid Death Brand Ambassador
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