June 18th, 2013
dynamitehemorrhage
THE FLESH EATERS and friends in Los Angeles, would have been about 1982 or so.
I believe “Loup Garou” were a spinoff of Australia’s LIPSTICK KILLERS, who had moved to LA, but someone may need to check that for me. You can hear Chris D repeat those words - that band name - at the end of the song “Divine Horsemen”.

THE FLESH EATERS and friends in Los Angeles, would have been about 1982 or so.

I believe “Loup Garou” were a spinoff of Australia’s LIPSTICK KILLERS, who had moved to LA, but someone may need to check that for me. You can hear Chris D repeat those words - that band name - at the end of the song “Divine Horsemen”.

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