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David Ellefson’s The Lucid Release New Song “Hair”

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The Lucid — the new band featuring bassist David Ellefson (ex-Megadeth), vocalist Vinnie Dombroski (Sponge), guitarist Drew Fortier (Zen From Mars), and drummer Mike Heller (Fear Factory) — have released their second single, “Hair.”

Sadly, it’s not a cover of the title track from the 1967 musical, Hair.

In fact, the song seems to be about helping out a friend when they’re spewing after a night of heavy drinking:

Drink yourself to sleep
Guttural porcelain emptiness
Got tile imprints on your knees
Vodka morning SOS

I was never there
To hold your hair
I was never there
To hold your
There to hold your hair
I was never there
To hold your hair
I was never there
To hold your
There to hold your hair
There to hold your hair

So that’s kinda interesting. Certainly can’t remember ever having heard a metal song about that before.

You can listen to “Hair” below. The Lucid’s self-titled debut is out October 15 on SpoilerHead Records. Pre-order it here.

David Ellefson’s The Lucid Release New Song “Hair”
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