W.A.S.P. Streaming Title Track To New Album Golgotha

11/09/2015
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(Classic Rock) W.A.S.P. have released an online stream for the song "Golgotha" which is the title track of the band's brand new 15th studio album, the follow-up to 2009's Babylon.

"Golgotha is Hebrew for place of the skull," says frontman Blackie Lawless, "and it's the hill where Christ was crucified. And it's interesting, when you see a lot of bands going around using Satanic images or images of death and things like that, and I'm thinking, all they need to do is look at the source, 'cause it's right there.

"I mean, if you want death, there's enough to go around there." W.A.S.P. released a lyric video for Scream in September to coincide with their UK tour dates. Check out the new song here.

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