The Bloody Beetroots feat. Dennis Lyxzen - Church of Noise (Music Video)

  • As many people have said it, The Bloody Beetroots a.k.a Death Crew 77 are finally back. WAS ABOUT TIME RIGHT? Kind of tired of hearing Steve Aoki scream by playing all the multiple versions of Warped. Here they bring back their electronica sound with Dennis Lyxzen screaming his heart out to make all those lovely raving fans destroy that dance floor. Look forward to seeing more of the dynamic electronica/punk crew in the near future.

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