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Bloody Death Skull releasing ‘Judgment Day The Musical'

This is gonna be a weird post, but we live strange times here in California: our ex-governor is in total disgrace and went from goverminator to sperminator as the media haven’t stopped talking about for the last two days, and a Californian preacher Harold Camping has announced the end of the world on May 21st, based on some crazy interpretation of some part of the book of revelation.

The local band Bloody Death Skull has released for the occasion ‘Judgment Day The Musical’, a short musical of 16 songs in 15 minutes, inspired by Terminator 2.
When I looked at the bandcamp page there were only 2 songs posted, but according to what they were saying, everything should be up by now.

What an opportunistic genius to combine these two insane and frivolous news!
The short songs are performed with a ukulele and the lyrics seem coming straight from the Terminator movie. I told you it’s weird!
Daiana Feuer, who sings, and plays ukulele in the band simply declared this about the musical: ‘we're all in this together, the end of the world, that is.’
I guess by the time this will be up on the website, we will be all dead or we will not even think anymore about that insane preacher. Schwarzenegger on the other end, it’s only the beginning,… but listen to her ukulele

http://bloodydeathskull.bandcamp.com/album/judgment-day-the-musical
 

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