ARCH ENEMY's ALISSA WHITE-GLUZ Plays America's First Female Serial Killer For AMERICAN MURDER SONG

ARCH ENEMY's ALISSA WHITE-GLUZ Plays America's First Female Serial Killer For AMERICAN MURDER SONG

Alissa White-Gluz, the Canadian singer for the Sweden-based melodic death metal act ARCH ENEMY, has teamed up with AMERICAN MURDER SONG for a new, bloody music-film hybrid project.

One of the most recognizable female faces in metal, Alissa smolders in this first glimpse of her as Pretty Lavinia Fisher, America's first female serial killer.

As Pretty Lavinia, Alissa steps into the shoes of the historical outlaw who ran an infamous inn outside of Charleston. There she purportedly lured, poisoned and robbed wealthy patrons.

Fans can check out an animated daguerreotype portrait of her character below. The video was directed by Jake Akuna.

White-Gluz joins previously announced AMERICAN MURDER SONG collaborators Sara "Chibi" Taylor of THE BIRTHDAY MASSACRE and goth personality Aurelio Voltaire.

AMERICAN MURDER SONG comes from the minds of Terrance Zdunich ("Repo! The Genetic Opera") and Saar Hendelman ("The Devil's Carnival" franchise) and features a rogues gallery of original murder ballads set in early nineteenth century America.

AMERICAN MURDER SONG's first EP of music, "I. Dawn", was produced by Scotty Morris of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. A trailer featuring a medley of tunes from the first EP is available below.

Be sure to Follow The Mark to see weekly music and video updates from AMERICAN MURDER SONG at www.AmericanMurderSong.com.

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