BLACKIE LAWLESS (W.A.S.P.): “[On Kill Fuck Die] This Is The Most Serious And Most Aggressive Album We Ever Did. This Is A Vicious Album”

Screenshot from the interview with Blackie Lawless

Either you love it or you hate it; In 1997 W.A.S.P. released their most brutal and industrial album to date: Kill Fuck Die. In this interview from 1997, Blackie explains how journalists made him pick up the phone to get Chris Holmes back in the band, what it was like working together again, and how they secretly wrote music for 8 months. He also shares how the album turned out so industrial sounding, and the inspiration for the lyrics as some of the titles are reminiscent of “Animal (Fuck Like A Beast). We also get details about the planned stage show that would be more brutal than ever! Why didn’t he gather the original band? Why is Lita Ford the band’s Yoko Ono? You get all the answers here!


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