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Perturbator “She Is Young, She Is Beautiful, She Is Next” (Song Premiere)

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with French retrowave artist Perturbator to bring you an exclusive song premiere for “She Is Young, She Is Beautiful, She Is Next”, a thrilling throwback to 70’s giallo scores with dashes of John Carpenter, Vangelis, and Goblin! The track comes from the upcoming third album Dangerous Days, which comes out June 17 via Blood Music.

Perturbator comments, “Dangerous Days feels like the most complete and story-driven record in my arsenal thus far. I’ve constantly set out to achieve something this narrative and feel like I’ve finally found my footing.

“She Is Young, She Is Beautiful, She Is Next” began as an homage to 70s Giallo film scores. I added an extra sharpness and aggression to its tone, in order to refine and define its sound within the context of the whole album.

Head below to check out this exclusive premiere!

Pre-orders for Dangerous Days begins on April 23rd, 10am EST / 7am PST
200 copies on colored splatter vinyl on 180-gram vinyl in heavyweight gatefold
100 copies on black vinyl on 180-gram vinyl in heavyweight gatefold

900 copies on CD in 6-panel fold-out digipack
100 copies in CD box set.

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Blood Music online:



  • JB

    meh. it’s no Umberto.

    • Michael Gagne

      Agreed. This genre is so saturated right now and you can count on one hand the number of artists that actually do it well.

  • Criss Bubacz

    Love it.

  • Criss Bubacz

    Love it.

  • Always love Perturbator, and this is no exception. Also of note is that every mention of his name in the article is missing an “r”.

    • JonathanBarkan

      Whoops! Fixing that right now!

      • Fond de l’air

        Hi. It seemed that you forgot to credit the artists for the photograph and the artworks. They are respectively Johan Barbarà and Ariel Zucker-Brull. Thank you

        • JonathanBarkan

          I did not forget. The label did not provide this information. To be honest, I have never been asked to credit an album cover before and I have been doing this for nearly 5 years.
          Also, you sent me a message via Twitter only to delete that tweet from your account. I’m curious what your role in this is and how you represent these artists/photographers.
          Please feel free to respond to my Twitter account. Thank you!

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