Singled Out: Rick Tedesco's See You In Hell

Today Rick Tedesco tells us about "See You In Hell " from his brand new album "A Light In The Attic," which features Ian Hunter and Dennis Dunaway. Here is the story:

See You In Hell is a front runner for being one of the more commercial radio friendly songs on the record. I think its the ultimate F*&% off song personally. Inspired by a band mate that shall remain nameless, I took that inspiration and put it in a romantic relationship setting. I think the contrast of what I'm saying with a softer musical approach makes it more interesting. Screaming "I'll see you in hell" with guitars blazing is just way to obvious. A single violin and a tolling bell seemed much more interesting to me. I used the same approach with "Pain". Who doesn't love a good juxtaposition?

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!

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