It's Nick Cave. We couldn't pick just one song for Halloween.
Sometimes a vampire bat is just a vampire bat.
KEXP shares the story behind what is often called "the scariest song of all time."
KEXP reveals the tragic true story behind one of the first songs Morrissey and Marr ever wrote together.
Just one of the many creepy songs off their influential 1981 album Juju.
The 1997 single is scary enough on its own even without Chris Cunningham's infamous music video.
The experimental New York band went through a real creepy period in the mid-'80s.
The eerie spoken-word track appears on Waits' 1999 album Mule Variations.
The Crane Wife track finds inspiration in a real group of killers active in the late '70s/early '80s in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
This 1997 track off OK Computer was described by Thom Yorke himself as "about the unspeakable."
The full song title is actually "They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!" but it wouldn't fit in the headline.
KEXP shares the story behind Neko Case's haunting 2002 track "Deep Red Bells."
Appearing on their 1983 EP Metal Circus, "Diane" tells the harrowing true story of 19-year-old Diane Edwards.
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