Ron Jeremy in A Day To Remember’s “The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle”

There’s no question about it: The scene loves porn, or, at the very least, pornstar Ron Jeremy. The adult film icon is not only the focal point of early A Day To Remember single “The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle,” but also Escape The Fate’s “10 Miles Wide” vid. He’s a busy guy… in more ways than one.

Pamela Anderson in Lit’s “Miserable”

Pam Anderson takes the music video vixen role to the next level. Lit’s “Miserable” clip takes place, for the most part, on Anderson’s body—before she attempts to destroy the band, that is. It’s not so much a cameo as she is the entire setting. 

Corey Feldman in New Found Glory’s “Hit Or Miss”

This one is tricky because there are actually two versions of New Found Glory’s “Hit Or Miss” video. If you want to see the ‘’80s icon Corey Feldman, you need to make sure you’re watching the correct one. In the clip, Feldman plays a cop and busts the band for, well, you’ll see…

Alyssa Milano in Blink-182’s “Josie”

Early on in Blink-182’s career (as in, pre-Travis Barker), there was “Josie,” one of the band’s first singles and one of their most loving. Mark Hoppus takes the lead and sings about a girlfriend who is all around just a good person, and she’s played by Charmed superstar Alyssa Milano. Not bad, Blink boys! 

The Great Commission in Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” 

This one is flipped, but hear us out: Taylor Swift might be a closeted metalcore fan. Tay Tay asked California hard rockers the Great Commission to act in the background of her “I Knew You Were Trouble” music video and that, my friends, is the kind of opportunity you don’t miss out on.