• Photo / The Impaler
  • The Impaler
The dark, imposing figure known as the Impaler surrounds himself with ancient legend, a sweeping cape, and a fishnet-clad harem. It's an extravagant showcase of gothic decadence – an ineffable hybrid of Barry White's alluring rap and the disturbing sexiness of Count Dracula himself. Backed by electro-industrial beats, live bass and guitar, the Evil One styles his slow, seductive song. It is pure performance.

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