Bed Of Razors

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  • Lead singer Alexi Laiho wrote this for his wife, Kimberly Goss. Alexi and Kimberly have a band called Sinergy, and their song "Razorblade Salvation" is related to this.
  • The working title for this song was "Red Light In My Eyes, Pt. 3." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kyle - Montreal, Canada, for above 2
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Comments: 5

  • Swastik from Dharan, Nepalthanks COB for energetic song
  • Phil from Philadelphia, Paclassic bodom track, second best on the album
  • Chris from Toowoomba, AlThis song is sahweeeet. its one of my favourite riffs to warm up on and the solo is fun as all hell!!! i only came here to comment on C.O.B's "are you dead yet" but unfortunately you guys dont have it listed. but still, another top song from bodom.
  • Paul from Cincinnati, OhTruly bizarre lyrics and themes...just happened upon this page...reading about music like this makes me want to retreat to the relative normalcy and comfort of the Velvet Underground.
  • Tyler B from Calgary, CanadaGood song, Great practice lead guitar riffs.
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