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You say "bestiality" Interpol says "synchronized predation"

You say "bestiality" Interpol says "synchronized predation"

In a recent bulletin posted on the band's MySpace page, Interpol stated that the cover of the band's new album Our Love to Admire featured "a scene in which a lion and lioness take down a gazelle in an act of synchronized predation." This admission was seen as a betrayal to bestiality enthusiasts the world over, who were hoping that Interpol was in fact endorsing animal-oriented public sex. Although, as previously indicated by Prefix, the album does have a track called "No I in Threesome." Our Love to Admire emerges on July 10th. After the jump: opportunities to catch Interpol's sex act live.
[Update: Interpol Do Not Promote Beastly Sex on Album Cover (Shoutmouth)]

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FYI, there are actually a bunch of new Interpol dates you might want to post - go to www.interpolnyc.com and at the bottom of the home page is a "Live" link with them all posted.

Jen Z

Of course, it's not bestiality if no humans are involved. So that's the end of that argument.

Hipp

jen z beat me to the punch on calling out that point. me thinks you could have used the term cross breeding or something. but ya know. po-TA-to, po-TOT-to.

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