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Album: Lilith (2017)
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  • Butcher Babies co-vocalist Carla Harvey told Meltdown Of Detroit's WRIF radio station that the music on the Lilith album "runs the gamut" from "great thrash metal" to "a little bit of '90s influence" Although there is a lot of variety on the record, Harvey was quick to point out that "I couldn't do an album with no thrash on it, 'cause that's my passion."

    She added that this track is her favorite song on the album as it, "is a completely ridiculous thrash metal song that you'll hear. It's just amazing. In fact, one line in the song is about my Corvette that is always broken down. I have a '75 Corvette, 'cause I'm a real Detroit girl with a real American car. The song has completely ridiculous lyrics, but it's so cool - total thrash."

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