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Listen: Blood On The Dancefloor Discuss Jesus And Rape Allegations In New Song

Written by Kiel Egging on April 1, 2013

Oh man. Just when you thought Blood On The Dancefloor couldn’t sink any lower, they have.

As Under The Gun Review reports, the band have released a new song (even offering it as a free download) with references to several risqué topics.

In the song Crucified By Your Lies, the band have compared themselves to Jesus (not the best timing considering the Easter period) and also tried to return fire over the recent child sex allegations, which frontman Dahvie Vanity was linked to. And it’s all been done through some pretty cheesy production and rapping as well.

If you want any further proof of the topics discussed in the song, just check out some of the lyrics in the song. Verse 1 has the lines: “Call me a rapist, Here’s the truth, can you take it? Why you keep believing, What these haters keep on saying?” Vanity continues: “I’ve never been convicted, But the media’s choice in trying to paint me as a criminal, I guess they’re just addicted.”

But Vanity really hits the nail on the head in the final verse, when he raps: “Call me a pedophile, Underage is not my style, You sick twisted fucks, Wish you had your fucking nuts cut..”

Anyway, take a listen to the song below, and make up your own mind on the track. But from our end, given the recent allegations surrounding Vanity and the fallout from the band dropping off the Soundwave 2013 line-up, we can’t really say it’s their best PR move.

Blood On The Dancefloor – Crucified By Your Lies:

http://youtu.be/WxodACv4pd8

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