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  1. My video for the song U from the album K.F.D. (Kill Fuck Die) by W.A.S.P., Blackie Lawless: lead vocals, guitar Chris Holmes: lead guitar Stet Howland.
  2. W.A.S.P. attempted to regain the outrageous offensiveness of their early-'80s records with their comeback album, K.F.D. While the band sounds surprisingly vigorous on the record, their blood-and-sex shtick entered the realm of self-parody ten years before the release of K.F.D., which makes the album of interest only to longtime fans.
  3. K.F.D. is as ugly and hostile as a spattering artery, mixing epic, abrasive guitar riffs, pounding rhythms, and haunting industrial-embellished melodies with Lawless's raw vocals and hostile lyrics. There's even a tongue-in-cheek stab at Nine Inch Nails on the title track: "No you won't take it/No you can't take /5(5).
  4. K.F.D. is dark, agressive, and full of unrelenting emotion that was harbored deep inside the minds and hearts of Blackie and the boys (particularly Chris Holmes.) Here is my track by track review of one of the hardest, deepest, and most unrelenting W.A.S.P. albums yet. 1. K.F.D. - The title track to open the afovapsersejamopolynddemcairi.coinfos:
  5. Kill Fuck Die is the seventh studio album by American heavy metal band W.A.S.P., released by Castle Records in It differs from their previous releases by incorporating an industrial and more aggressive sound. Guitarist Chris Holmes rejoined the band for this album in a surprise move.
  6. K.F.D. means Kill, Fuck, Die Something of a sonic oddity in W.A.S.P.'s output this album combined a European metal sound similar to The Headless Children with industrial metal and a much rougher production than usual. Recording information: Written and recorded in Los Angeles during the end of and early ' Identifiers: Barcode: 6
  7. Lyrics to Take the Addiction by W.A.S.P. from the K.F.D. album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

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