British traditional metallers, Neuronspoiler, have released a video for "Words, Words, Words", a track off their 2010 E.P. "No One's Safe". The video features live footage recorded at The Purple Turtle in Camden mixed with material from the controversial 2009 movie, "The Yes Men Fix the World". "No One's Safe" was recorded at London's Monster Trax studios and produced by Misha Nikolic (Mike Terrana, John West).

Speaking about the collaboration with The Yes Men, guitarist David Del Cid said, "We might do a different kind of art from what [The Yes Men] do but we share the same ideals of rebellion against these power-hungry, hypocrite institutions that want to take everything from us, we just express it in a different way with music." Neuronspoiler's drummer, Tim Barclay said, "This track ["Words, Words, Words"] is all about people talking on and on without it really meaning anything, so when David showed the rest of us this film he'd seen which was all about cutting through the vacuous rubbish of all these big business spokesmen, it just seemed such a perfect fit. We're so excited that they were happy for us to use the footage."

The Yes Men's Andy Bichlbaum said the video is "so cool! Very rocking, and very flattering," and described it as "an excellent summary of our film for those who haven't seen it."

Neuronspoiler were formed in 2009 by guitarist David Del Cid and bassist Heray Rios, after they had played together in British thrash revivalists, Headless Cross. They completed their line-up with singer, JR; guitarist, Stanley Long and drummer (ex-Tim BarclaySerpent Sins). Since releasing their debut E.P. "No One's Safe" in November 2010, Malcolm Dome has said of them, "within 12 months they could have transformed your lives".

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