Radiohead makes better music than most of its alt-rock peers, but the band’s politics are predictably progressive: for a while there in 2000, the English band’s website essentially did nothing but redirect visitors to Green Party candidate Ralph Nader’s campaign.

Radiohead recently put out a new record, “A Moon Shaped Pool,” and promoted the album’s release with a worldwide streaming event.

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld has a video recommendation for the young music lover in your life: make sure he or she checks out footage of the Radiohead listening party in Istanbul.

The footage he’s referring to is video shot in a tiny Turkish record shop that was participating in the worldwide listening party. Word got out that the store was serving alcohol and playing music during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, and a mob quickly assembled to announce, violently, that the party was over.

A person posting on website Reddit claimed to be the one streaming the event live via the Periscope app, and wrote:

They were determined to kill us. We were beaten by more than 20 men with pipes in their hands, beer bottles were broken on our heads. I don’t even know how we made it out. I will share the details later guys, just hoping that no one will die.

A subtitled version of the video stream is now making its way around the Internet, and though we’re not able to confirm the translation, take our word for it — subtitles aren’t necessary to give a sense of just how frightening the incident was.

The band issued a brief statement Friday night sending “love and support” to its fans in Istanbul. Better keep some outrage in reserve for where it belongs.