Ice Nine Kills Debuts Eerie Cover Of Elvis’ ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’

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Ice Nine Kills debuted has a special new git for audiences this Valentine’s Day.

The band debuted its cover of Elvis’ ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love‘ Tuesday along with its companion video. The band’s take on the timeless tune stays largely true to its source material, but adds its own unsettling touch to the song, much in the vein of the band’s existing catalog. In a similar fashion, one can also compare INK’s take on the song to Sting’s eerie stalker song ‘Every Breath You Take.’

Charnas discussed the decision to cover the song during a recent interview.

“I’ve always been a big Elvis fan so the idea of taking this classic and splattering it with some signature INK bloodshed struck me as a match made in hell!,” he said.

The video that accompanies the band’s take on ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’ also follows the band’s trademark horror style presentation. It finds front man Spencer Charnas in a strait jacket in a padded room, singing the song, and on stage in a vintage outfit. In other points in the video, Charnas’ character sits on a couch, looking through a photo album that goes even as far back as the band’s video for its song ‘Stabbing in the Dark.’ Another visual from the photo album is Charnas’ character killing the woman that he “couldn’t help falling in love with.” Ultimately it leads up to a shocking finale that will be left for audiences to discover for themselves.

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