Slashy Sue

Industrial Horror Metal Band Slashy Sue Release Video ForNew Single ‘Kill O’Clock’

Today, Swedish industrial horror metal band SLASHY SUE have released a music video for their new single ‘Kill O’Clock’.


From the founders of the critically acclaimed melodic death metal band Zephyra comes the project SLASHY SUE. Industrial horror metal based on the fictional serial killer ‘Slashy Sue’ as the story details below.
Susan Henderson, by the media called ”Slashy Sue”, is a serial killer and cannibal who killed and ate 37 men back in the 90’s. Maybe more that are still unknown. 

She moved to a foster home at the age of 3, when her parents were found dead in their home. Little Susan was found sitting next to her dead mother and father, playing with her teddy bear. The police suspected that Susan’s parents had been dead for three weeks when they were found, and pieces of their arms and legs were missing.

Susan adapted to her new home fast, and did not seem to care about the fact that she’d lost her parents. One day Margaret, Susan’s foster mother, found the girl in the family’s barn. Susan’s dress was covered in blood, and the little girl was holding a dead cat in her arms. Susan had been eating from the dead cats body and couldn’t stop laughing. This was the start of something no-one could have foreseen. The start of something horrifying.

”Sue” has been institutionalized for over 20 years, after being diagnosed with split personality disorder with severe narcissistic tendencies, and sentenced to spend the rest of her life locked up at the psychiatric institution.
In 2005, she agreed on being interviewed by psychology professor Ernest Bardreau. The songs are her confessions.

‘Kill O’Clock’ follows single releases, ‘Fuck You’‘They Call Me Sue,’ and ‘Yes, I Ate Him.’ A full length album will be release in late 2021.

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Line Up:
Åsa Netterbrant – Vocals
Tony Netterbrant – song writing/all instruments:
Live bass and drums – session musicians