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Corpse Husband Proves He's Right At Home In Horror Games

Earlier this month, Corpse Husband's first Twitch stream sent his fans over the moon, and it seems like the gravel-voiced musician and gamer has found the niche he was born for: streaming horror games.

It shouldn't be too much of a surprise that someone known to the world only as Corpse Husband would be a natural fit for adding an extra layer of menace while streaming games such as "Back 4 Blood" and "Dead by Daylight." 

The streamer recently demonstrated just how terrifying he could be playing as the killer in "Friday the 13th," hunting down the avatars of fellow steamers such as Valkyrae, Sykkuno, and Disguised Toast. In the stream, Corpse Husband literally gets into character, reciting verses from his signature song "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" while stalking and ultimately dispatching his victims in one brutal encounter after another.

Corpse Husband has established a recognizable brand around internet-ready pop horror vibes, which has led to some pretty incredible crossovers. While Corpse Husband's recent "Friday the 13th" session was far from his first foray into the world of horror game streaming, it was a great example of just how well he performs in the genre. Here are some of the other games that Corpse Husband has made even more frightening for his opponents.

Corpse Husband has made Back 4 Blood, Resident Evil Village, and Among Us a little scarier

Fans of Corpse Husband know that his recent "Friday the 13th" was a bit of a natural progression in the streaming world for the streamer. Corpse Husband first came to prominence telling scary stories on his YouTube channel, but his popularity skyrocketed along with "Among Us," which he soon played with Twitch superstars such as Pokimane, Disguised Toast, and even Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Those experiences helped open up more opportunities for him as a musician — eventually earning Corpse Husband a billboard on Times Square — but the streamer has never left his gaming roots behind. For instance, when Corpse collaborated with Machine Gun Kelly on the ominous music video for "DAYWALKER," he invited fellow streamer Valkyrae to cameo.

During the time that the enigmatic performer was involved in those projects, he's always set aside time to stream titles such as "Resident Evil Village," which led to him sharing what he really thought about Lady Dimitrescu. So far, all he has streamed on his Twitch channel is the beta for the highly anticipated co-op zombie shooter "Back 4 Blood," but fans can likely expect more spooky content very soon.