Throw The Fight "Transmissions"

Graphic DesignMusicWeb Design
Throw The Fight is a post-hardcore band based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota that specializes in hook-driven melodic hard rock. Transmissions is the band's third full-length album and I was tasked with developing the visuals that would be carried throughout their latest album cycle in a variety of formats.

The design direction was fairly straight-forward. The title Transmissions was meant to allude to the group's latest batch of songs being sent into the world—their latest transmission so-to-speak. The design aesthetic was meant to have a sci-fi anaglyph feel meets Total Recall vibe. Deliverables included album packaging, merchandise designs, tour admat, logo, video visuals, website development & social media graphics.

Graphic design, web design, art direction, producer: Ryan Baustert
Band photography: Cory Wilaby
Video animation: Josh Knoff
Director, producer, cinematographer: Joe Wiegele
Assistant director: Josh Hoglund

Throw The Fight Drown With Me lyric video

Video animation & editing: Josh Knoff
Art direction & design: Ryan Baustert

Throw The Fight “Don't Let Me Down” music video

Director: Joe Wiegele
Produced by: Joe Wiegele, Ryan Baustert
Cinematographer / Editor: Joe Wiegele
Assistant Director: Josh Hoglund

Behind-the-scenes photos: Josh Hoglund

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