Macabre Return 'The Big Bad Wolf' to Its 'True Origin' -- Song Premiere
That's why Noisecreep is premiering 'The Big Bad Wolf,' a perverse death metal nursery rhyme of sorts that appears on their new album, 'Grim Scary Tales.' The double-bass drumming is enough to pummel you into submission and leave you in a fetal position.
"Our lawyer wants you to know that 'The Big Bad Wolf' is a parody," vocalist/guitarist Corporate Death told Noisecreep. "The legend can be traced back to Gilles Garnier, a 15th century hermit and child murderer. Garnier was captured, tried and convicted of being a werewolf. Our parody points of the hypocrisy in taking the story of an insane child murderer and turning it into a funny cartoon for profit. We've returned the story to its true origin."