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    Your Window Is Open
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    Vampire of Dusseldorf
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    Jeffrey Dahmer and the Chocolate Factory
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    Joe Ball Was His Name
Come one! Come all, to the demented, heinous bloodbath of a murder metal circus that declares MACABRE’s return; CARNIVAL OF KILLERS.
As MACABRE’s first full length album in almost 10 years since the release of Grim’s Scary Tales in 2011, and just in time for their 35th anniversary as a band, this latest installment to the catalogue will butcher your ears and derange your psyche as to be expected! Judging by the title, one can positively assume CARNIVAL OF KILLERS contains stories of your favorite mur-derous psychos: Bundy, Speck, Gacy, Ramirez, and a slew of heinous killers never sung about by MACABRE, before now.
The album artwork, designed by Corporate Death (Lead Singer Lance Lencioni) and artist Laz Gein presents a “Where’s Waldo” style illustration of a colorful carnival filled with jovial children on rides, all amidst a slew of the album’s most memorable refer-ences: Bundy waving a woman over to his Beetle with his cast, H.H. Holmes displaying medical skeletons to passers by, Bittaker and Norris hammering their latest victim in the face in public instead of in front of a camera… a touching, family oriented, thrill filled weekend!
MACABRE is, and always has been: Nefari-ous (Charles Lescewicz - Bass, Vocals), Corporate Death (Lance Lencioni - Guitar, Vocals), and Dennis The Menace (Dennis Ritchie - Drums).


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