Review of Off the Realm’s “Forevermore” (2017).
Review of Ben Blutzukker’s “Analog Blood” (2015).
With Halloween just around the corner, we decided to tickle your funny bone with a selection of pop parodies.
Happy Valentine’s Day to all our lovely readers. We’ve got a special treat for you; something to tug at your heartstrings and blister eardrums. Make sure no children or animals are about when you hit the play button.
In 1994, ZZ Top released a music video featuring an actress now best-known for playing “crazies and weirdoes”—but she stars as the vampire in this one. Two years afterward, she got her big break in a cult classic.
Pet Shop Boys—a synthpop band made up of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe—released a music video in 1988 called “Heart.” It stars lonesome a Nosferatu-like vampire: see if you can guess who played him. You’ll be surprised.
After wrapping the previous instalment, five songs didn’t seem enough . . . Before I continue with the list, I’ll discuss criticisms of the entries and the methodology I used for selecting them the first time
I determined the most popular vampire songs through . . . typing “vampire” into YouTube and sorting the results by “view count” in the filter . . . apologies [for] “obliquely vampiric” or “allegedly vampiric” songs
Vampyre music is some of the strangest music I have ever heard. In my mundane element, I am strictly a jazz enthusiast but when . . . writing this article . . . my vampiric element loved a far broader selection of music.