Lordi, 'Babez for Breakfast' -- New Album
Frontman Mr. Lordi said the new album is more straightforward and rocking than 2008's 'Deadache,' but it still retains the essence of the band's titanic sound.
"We are very proud of this album. We went back to the basics and beyond," Lordi said. "But we have not forgotten the horror elements, either. As our producer says: Each song includes a lot of energy, emotion and entertainment. We are eager to go back on the road and meet our fans with new songs, outfits and tricks."