An eighties goth rock band famous for songs referencing Charles Manson, necrophilia, and demon worship.
Fronted by Nikolas Schreck
and three others, two of which left in the late 80s and were replaced by Schreck's wife, Zeena Lavey (Daughter of Anton Lavey
The band released three albums and a collection of solo tracks.
The band ceased in 1992, and two former members formed the band "Symphony of Terror."
Radio Werewolf's song "Incubus" encouraged small girls to have sex with demons.
An eighties goth rock band consisting of four members. The band achieved some fame in that decade for their rather violent music, including songs venerating Eva Braun and Hitler. They have three albums and several dozen unreleased solo tracks. Their song "Incubus" achieved notorious status for suggesting that young girls sleep with demons in order to achieve their goals.
The lead singer, Nikolas Schreck
, dissolved the band in 1992.
Radio Werewolf sang about fucking dead bodies.