Things We Saw Today: The Cover of Christopher Lee’s New Metal Album
Things We Saw Today
This Friday sees the release of Charlemagne: The Omens of Death, the second metal LP by actor/secret agent/metal musician Sir Christopher Lee. Death and Taxes has song clips and a video where Lee “shares the inspiration for his calling as a metal sorcerer.”
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