Aphex Twin releases new video after Adult Swim premiere canceled for failing epilepsy test
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The new music video from Aphex Twin has been released online after the planned premiere on Adult Swim was canceled due to concerns regarding epilepsy.

The five-minute segment named for Aphex Twin's new EP, Collapse, was originally scheduled to air at 1:35 Monday morning but did not pass the Harding test for photosensitive epilepsy safety, which is mandatory for television broadcasts.

Fortunately, fans can enjoy the video online, with video-game-esque visuals described in the release as "a series of movements that match the speed and rhythm of cake." The song, "TT69 Collapse," is the first preview of Collapse and comes after plenty of hype around the EP, as Aphex Twin's logos have been popping up in cities all over the world over the past week.

Collapse follows 2016's Cheetah EP, as well as last year's launch of a streaming site featuring rarities, and is due out Sept. 14.