This holiday weekend, the US celebrates the unofficial kick-off of summer with barbecues and debauchery, and with that in mind, our Opening the Crypts track this week couldn't be more fitting: Type O Negative's cover of "Summer Breeze."

Popularized by Seals and Croft in the 70s, then twisted and gnarled by Brooklyn's darkest in the 90s on their landmark album Bloody Kisses, this feel-good summer song chugs ominously as the late Peter Steele's deep, booming voice asserts that the summer breeze does in fact make us feel fine.

Listen below, enjoy your weekend, and check back every Friday as we dig deep into our catalog to offer another awesome track from our extensive roster.