Walk In Shame

Although the group known as Blue Eyed Devils, or B.E.D., disbanded in 2004, their song “Walk In Shame” was unapologetic in its stance about both Whites and Blacks. As the first race-rock band to claim themselves as “Hatecore,” which is a more aggressive form of music and lyrics aimed at the status quo, B.E.D. claimed a White Racialist position about all things ethnic. The song “Walk In Shame” is a direct jab at members of their own community who choose to use “false pride” to mesh well with the Blacks. Calling the song’s lead character a “no good ni–er lover,” the band labels their own a drag of society, the worst of scum, and all because they felt the boy was selling out his race to be at peace with another member of mankind.

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