Dead Red Velvet, the dark electronic project of Canadian producer Karl Mohr featuring guitarist Ian "Revolution" Revell and artist/illustrator Anthony Haley, performing the Bauhaus cover "Bela Lugosi's Dead" at the El Mocambo, Toronto on January 7, 2012. Dead Red Velvet opened that night for Johnny Hollow, with DJ Darkness Visible spinning between sets. Karl Mohr played the Continuum Fingerboard, an instrument hand-built by Dr. Lippold Haken, with stock sounds developed by Edmund Eagan.
Makeup by Tegan Todestrieb. Videography by Elizabeth Fearon.
Bela Lugosi's Dead
White on white translucent black capes Back on the rack Bela Lugosi's dead The bats have left the bell tower The victims have been bled Red velvet lines the black box Bela Lugosi's dead Undead undead undead The virginal brides file past his tomb Strewn with time's dead flowers Bereft in deathly bloom Alone in a darkened room The count Bela Lugosi's dead Undead undead undead Oh Bela Bela's undead