Macabre drop “Richard Speck Grew Big Breasts” music video

Chicago legends of Murder Metal/Death Metal Macabre released their demented, heinous bloodbath of an album, ‘Carnival of Killers’ in November 2020 via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band releases an animated music video for “Richard Speck Grew Big Breasts.”

In 1996, award-winning news journalist, Bill Kurtis, debuted a series on Chicago’s WBBM-TV displaying video clips of Richard Speck and two other inmates in a staff training area inside the maximum-security Stateville Correctional Center. The footage included Speck detailing how he was enjoying himself in prison by engaging in sexual acts as well as showing the use of illegal substances. Speck’s appearance was noticeably altered as he had used illicitly supplied female hormones to grow breasts.

Macabre’s Corporate Death comments, “I started getting the idea to write this song after seeing the Speck videos on Channel 2 News here in Chicago. We played it out a few times soon after including an appearance on the top-rated Mancow’s Morning Madhouse radio program but only recently has it been properly recorded and released for our “Carnival Of Killers” album. I wanted to give it a punk rock feel, I was going to a lot of club shows then and was inspired by Dayglo Abortions, 7 Seconds, MDC, and vocally by D.I..

Watch the animated video for “Richard Speck Grew Big Breasts” here:

The band also has a new double-sided Richard Speck shirt. Order the Joe Wapo created shirts exclusively on murdermetal.com. Below are the details:

  • Front side inspired by What The Heck Richard Speck? Eight Nurses You Wrecked from the Sinister Slaughter album
  • Backside inspired by Richard Speck Grew Big Breasts from the Carnival Of Killers album

Below is the ‘Carnival Of Killers’ tracklist:
1. Intro
2. Your Window Is Open
3. Joe Ball Was His Name
4. Stinky
5. Abduction
6. Tea Cakes
7. Them Dry Bones
8. Richard Speck Grew Big Breasts
9. Slaughter House
10. Breaking Point
11. The Lake Of Fire
12. Warte, Warte
13. Now It’s Time To Pay
14. The Wheels On The Bug
15. Corpse Violator
16. The Murder Mack

Macabre is, and always has been:
Nefarious (Charles Lescewicz) | Bass, Vocals
Corporate Death (Lance Lencioni) | Guitar, Vocals
Dennis The Menace (Dennis Ritchie) | Drums

Press release courtesy of Nuclear Blast Records





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