The band consists of three members: Jeanna Slick on vocals, Floyd Stone on guitar, and Allen Ash on bass. According to a promotional poster of the band, Angel Lust was set to play on Friday, September 24, 2011 at 10pm in the Silver Strip in Fortune City. The band went on as scheduled, with the zombie population as the audience, shuffling and moving erratically before the stage.
One of the albums the band has made includes "Feet on the Dancefloor, Head in a Grave"
Tape it or DieEdit
The Angel Lust band performed a gig in the Silver Strip at 10pm on September 24, blasting music. One survivor, Wallace, found the band and tried to bring them back to the studio he was hiding in, but the band was too loud and they did not hear him.
Chuck Greene gets a call from Stacey Forsythe about a rock band blaring music in the Silver Strip. Upon investigation, Chuck finds the trio rocking out, and dozens of zombies swarming around the stage, which is too high for them to scale. By climbing up onto the stage himself, he manages to inform the band that the "audience" is actually a crowd of ravenous zombies (if he talks to Allen, the latter is delighted: "Playing for the dead, what more could a metal band want?"). If Chuck talks to Jeanna, she agrees to be escorted to the Safe House, but not before finishing up the song. The band subsequently plays an earth shattering final chord, which explodes all of the heads of the zombies loitering nearby. All three band members subsequently join, and can be escorted to safety.
In Off the Record, Rock Heroes is an unmarked mission. He will not recieve a call from Stacey, but the group can be recruited in the same way that they were in Dead Rising 2. The mission starts on Sept. 26 at 4 am.
- The term "angel lust" refers to a post-mortem priapism, more commonly known as a "death erection."
- This band is likely a tongue-in-cheek reference to the Australian Industrial band Angelspit, which plays music with similar themes and has ties to the gothic industrial music scene. This is likely, as Celldweller, who did most of the music for this game, has toured with them on several occasions; the Dead Rising series also has a history of using relatively obscure gothic industrial music in its soundtracks.