First of all its difficult for me to call this album horror rock. Horror rock usually makes me feel like a sick sadist and this album doesn't. Does this make it a bad cd? Hell No!! I love this cd, it's up there with TRACE OF A STRANGER, but not better.
Black Mountain Backstep - its a good first song with some "hollering" haha.
A Blind Bargain - This song is fast and I can't read the lyrics along with this song cause its pretty quick. I'm not sure what this song is about but I believe about a guy that sold his soul.
Dementia - IMO this TB Monstrosity's best song on this album. This, I think is about Ed Gein and the most grotesque song on this album...making it the best.
Starlight Decay - A kick ass song about freaks at a drive-in.
Mary and the Storm - It's good song but I think these kind of songs belong in a My Chemical Romance album. blah
Midnight Mile - Another Love song that I don't think belongs in a horror rock album.
Lady in the Lake - Again a good song but it doesn't belong in horror rock
Terror in the Haunted House - One of the best songs on Five cellars below. I wish more songs like this were on this album.
Genus Unknown - Kick ass song about Moth man.
Demon Machine - I could picture Motorhead singing this. good song.
The Torn Prince - the worst song in the cd. I absolutely don't like it, but I still find myself listening to it.
The Trunk - girlfriend in the trunk?
Bloodletting - I love this song its cover too.
Carve out a heart - A kick ass love song that has no business in a blitzkid album.
Vanishing Riders - I love the melow tempo in the beginning then the furious speed later on. All I could think about when listening to this song is about some skeletal horsemen ransacking the village for a sacrifice.
Bonus track (Five Cellars Below) - A song about the Phantom of the Opera. Makes me feel sorry for that freak.
Overall I like this album but if Blitzkid's next album has more Midnight mile-like songs and less Dementia-like song I'm gonna be dissapointed.