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Lesbian Bed Death “Born to Die on VHS” Review

Lesbian Bed Death “Born to Die on VHS” Review

Band: Lesbian Bed Death

Album: Born to die on VHS

Release Date: Released 2019 (remixed for a rerelease 11/05/2020)

Reviewer: Jase L Herbert

Goth Rock and Horror themes go hand in hand, from the legendary Misfits, to HIM and Wednesday 13, horror literature and movies are an endless abyss of ideas just screaming to be put into a musical form and slay a whole new audience.

This is exactly what UK rockers Lesbian Bed Death have done with their latest album “Born to die on VHS”, jam packed with a great mix of original tracks as well as covers from some of the greatest 80’s horror movie classics including A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Friday the 13th part 6, Hellraiser, Return of the living dead and more.

Born to die on VHS marks the return of original vocalist Luci4, which generated a large amount of hype within the bands fan base. The bands original songs Fury, Flesh and Born to die on VHS blend in seamlessly with the cover songs the band have chosen for this album, to create an absolute gem of an album that you will absolutely love from the open licks in Fury.

Standout tracks on this album include Fury, He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask) (Alice Cooper cover), Hellraiser (Motorhead cover), Dream Warriors (Dokken cover), Flesh and Born to die on VHS and Heartbreaker (Pat Benatar cover).

Born to die on VHS is an album that deserves to go on repeat, and is a great testament to 1980’s horror movies. Do yourself a huge favour and pick up your copy from the bands website lesbianbeddeath.net today.

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June 12th, 2020

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