|Posted by Anna H. on October 15, 2016 at 6:00 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Did you enjoy yesterday's blog? Hopefully, you were able to learn something interesting and possibly new if you're not already a Grimm fan like me.
This upcoming week, I intend to explain more about another folklore. Don't forget to keep your eyes peeled. In case you missed yesterday's blog, the link is below.
Meanwhile, I contemplated whether or not to publish another Song Saturday blog featuring Rap and/Horrorcore Rap Music, for this month. I will NOT publish more Horrorcore Rap blogs for Song Saturday, considering how extremely militant and divided our country is at the moment.
Maybe by next year, the havoc will have ceased and I will share another Horrorcore Rap blog for Song Saturday. It all depends on the situation.
Many of us are beyond political fatigue after reading, watching, and listening to the incessant race riots over the extreme disdain for police and this farce of an election. Let's TRY to make 2017 better than 2016.
If you would like to listen to Horrorcore Rap Music from the previous Song Saturdays, here are the following links:
Since there is no Horrorcore Rap Music for this October, here is some Horror Metal as a replacement. It comes from another friend from Horror-Punks.net. Over the last 3 nights, I talked with vocalist/guitarist Jimmy Evans from the band, Hollow Bodies.
I originally meant to share music from Hollow Bodies much sooner, but never had the chance until now. When I asked Jimmy to explain more about his band Hollow Bodies, he said that Hollow Bodies is a "sonic assault on your senses mixing Horror-Punk, Metal, and Rock."
Basically, the band's music genre(s) is a combination of Horror-Punk, Metal, and Rock. The typical subject matters that can be found in Hollow Bodies' music are about love, zombies, blood, and pizza.
You must have a dark and morbid sense of humor, in order to appreciate Hollow Bodies' music.
Right now, I am really enjoying the band's song "Infected Lust," which can be found on their Infected Lust EP from 2014. I asked the vocalist/guitarist (also a bassist for the band, Others) about Hollow Bodies' "Infected Lust."
According to Jimmy Evans, the song "Infected Lust" is about "finding a zombie, taking it home, and making love to it." He went on to say:
"I'll tell the crowd, 'Don't kill zombies. Take them home, cut a hole in its torso and make sweet love to it.' Hahaha! It always gets them going."
Anyway, here is Hollow Bodies' "Infected Lust" from their Infected Lust EP for today's Song Saturday.
Hollow Bodies "Infected Lust" Infected Lust EP (2014)
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