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Lord Worm Explains The Gross Meaning Behind CRYPTOPSY's "Cold Hate Warm Blood"

It involves an abortion.

Original Cryptopsy vocalist Lord Worm recently explained the meaning behind the band's 1998 song "Cold Hate Warm Blood" to Vox and Hops (hosted by current vocalist Matt McGachy). Worm's retelling is pretty gross. The story involves an abortion and a jar that was kept around for years after the incident.

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In related news to the song and interview, Cryptopsy has teamed up with Kahnawake Brewing Company for a beer called Cold Haze Warm Blood. The beer is a 8.5% ABV Double NEIPA with Blood Orange, and I'm sorry if that story ruined it for you.

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