Vampires Everywhere! are preparing for a busy summer. First off, they have a new album coming out on June 19th entitled Hellbound And Heartless, which will come out via Hollywood Waste Records (pre-order here). Secondly, the band will also be performing on the entirety of the Vans Warped Tour. So to stir up the hype and whet the appetite of the fans, Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you the exclusive stream of their first single, “Drug Of Choice”! You can hear the song as well as check out a quote from singer Michael Vampire below.
Vampires Everywhere! – “Drug of Choice”
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From singer Michael Vampire: “The world is filled with social climbing whores that only want to use you for your fame & money. I thought it was quite appropriate to write a song based around this issue because I deal with it everyday living in Hollywood, CA. However, I was dead set on using the social climber’s perspective of the situation. I wanted to reverse what I usually see in the clubs & make it about the accused. What is this person going through? How does this person feel? Does this person ever get revenge on those that treat her/him like shit? Most people never stop and think about the other person’s feelings… haha, I never do!!! However, this song is about a girl’s struggle to get attention in a world that doesn’t care.”
You can snag the song on iTunes.
Hellbound and Heartless track listing:
1. I: Hellbound
2. I Can’t Breathe
3. Beauty Queen
4. Drug Of Choice
5. II: The Inferno
6. Star Of 666
7. Kiss Of Death
8. Rape Me (Nirvana cover)
10. III: The 7th Gate
11. Unholy Eyes
12. Social Suicide
13. IV: Born Individual
14. Anti Hate
15. Hell On Earth
16. Amanda’s Song
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