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Bloody Kisses

by Type O Negative

Bloody Kisses by Type O Negative

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Bloody Kisses

by Type O Negative

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Label: Roadrunner Records
In the early 1990s, Type O Negative's Bloody Kisses knocked down the walls separating goth, metal and even alternative rock. Augmenting the group's core sound with cool washes of synthesizer and art-pop moves, main man Peter Steele crafted a sound that derives its power from mood and atmosphere rather than straight-up heavy-metal heft. Indeed, Bloody Kisses is an extremely rich listening experience. Each and every song is a soundscape in need of exploration. At the same time, don't overlook Steele's lyrics. The guy possesses an ironic sense of humor that is subtle, if outrageous.

About This Album

In the early 1990s, Type O Negative's Bloody Kisses knocked down the walls separating goth, metal and even alternative rock. Augmenting the group's core sound with cool washes of synthesizer and art-pop moves, main man Peter Steele crafted a sound that derives its power from mood and atmosphere rather than straight-up heavy-metal heft. Indeed, Bloody Kisses is an extremely rich listening experience. Each and every song is a soundscape in need of exploration. At the same time, don't overlook Steele's lyrics. The guy possesses an ironic sense of humor that is subtle, if outrageous.

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About This Album

In the early 1990s, Type O Negative's Bloody Kisses knocked down the walls separating goth, metal and even alternative rock. Augmenting the group's core sound with cool washes of synthesizer and art-pop moves, main man Peter Steele crafted a sound that derives its power from mood and atmosphere rather than straight-up heavy-metal heft. Indeed, Bloody Kisses is an extremely rich listening experience. Each and every song is a soundscape in need of exploration. At the same time, don't overlook Steele's lyrics. The guy possesses an ironic sense of humor that is subtle, if outrageous.