LORDI: Music Video For New Song 'I Dug A Hole In The Yard For You'
November 29, 2019
The official music video for "I Dug A Hole In The Yard For You", a new song from Finnish hard rock/heavy metal monsters LORDI, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Killection", which will be released on January 31, 2020 via AFM Records. Once more Mr. Lordi, the master of the masquerade, presents us with one of his ideas, absurd and genius at the same time, and comes up with a concept that has never been done before in the music industry: This is a compilation album that simply says "what if" LORDI had been in existence since the early 1970s. It contains all LORDI's imaginary hit singles from different periods done with painstaking attention to detail using authentic studios and vintage technology. This is how they would have sounded if LORDI had made music back then and therefore would have had the hit material to release this compilation now.
Mr. Lordi comments: "'Killection' is a fictional compilation album. It contains songs that LORDI would have written between the early '70s through the mid-'90s. The compilation contains one 'brand new' song from 2019 as well, 'cause that's somehow always typical for compilations."
"Killection" track listing:
01. Radio SCG 10 02. Horror For Hire 03. Shake The Baby Silent 04. Like A Bee To The Honey 05. Apollyon 06. SCG10 The Last Hour 07. Blow My Fuse 08. I Dug A Hole In The Yard For You 09. Zombimbo 10. Up To No Good 11. SCG10 Demonic Semitones 12. Cutterfly 13. Evil 14. Scream Demon 15. SCG10 I Am Here
LORDI won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with the song "Hard Rock Hallelujah" and remains the first and only winner from Finland in the history of the competition. Since then, the band has gone through several lineup changes. The original members who are still active with the band are Mr. Lordi and guitarist Amen.
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