If this thread should rather be posted on another forum or thread then I completely understand, I am still new to these forums and how everything operates here, but I felt a thread would get my point across better than rather have it lost on some post somewhere. For everyone bashing the new BITS video, along with The Catalyst and WFTE, I think possibly we all could be missing a very important factor throughout these videos. Hear me out. Remember Mike Shinoda's adiment view point to make ATS, an ALBUM, a series of connected songs that become a sort of cinematic piece of art, that has connections and ties with each and every song on the album, interlude or not, everything has relevance. Stated that there is not enough actual "substance" and "thought" left in modern music. I feel that there is an obvious though process and sequence panning out here with the ATS music videos that mabye we potentially arent taking the time and patience to see, a similliar mindset that some fans are having when it even comes to the ATS album itself. The Catalyst pays homage to a post-apocalyptic world following the destruction of (most likely) an atomic bomb, people revolting and adapting to this new world. The video has sequences that all three ATS videos share in common, the slow-motion sequences, almost tieing them together when you watch them in sequence. The Catalyst, is almost, the "current". and WFTE and BITS explain the events leading up to the Catalyst, good point no? WFTE is the sort of spiritual take, mixed with a sort of futuristic element, showing the vunerability of mankind (showing the insides of humans0 as well as paying reference to different social and political symbolism of life and death (skulls and birds feathers etc). The samurai girl aswell. Theres an asian chick in BTS lol. Now we get to BITS, which in my opinion, EXPLAINS WFTE more indepth and sort of gives it a timeline and a means to why it exists and instigates more relevance into it, lets take the fact that, if we are right, BITS, explains the events leading up to the catalyst, when the bomb goes off, we are exposed to familliar imagery to WFTE, and as the video progresses, we see homage to The Catalyst and WFTE. All these videos in one way or another resemble each other and if played in sequence, would actually be a bit of a visual feast when all put together. playing some relevance and explaining a sort of story. What do you all think?