I know nothing about the band Cherubs, but the Apple Music algorithm threw this track at me yesterday and I really got into it. From the 2015 album 2 Ynfynyty off Brutal Panda Records.
I really dug the first issue of Marvel's Alt-Timeline story Dark Ages, so I'm picking up number two!
Funny, there's clearly a 'Dark' aesthetic at work for October over at the House of Ideas. Here's the beginning of this Darkhold storyline which is supposed to feature Dr. Doom pretty front and center. It's been a while since I've read a story with Doom, so this should hit the spot!
The story in this book is pretty bizarre. I don't know that I think the scripts are 100% doing it justice IMO, however, the art reminds me so much of JH Williams III's work on his and Alan Moore's Promethea that I'm enjoying it quite a bit. Look at that cover!
Love this book, so far. You can hear Chris Saunders and I talk about it more in-depth on one of the most recent episodes of A Most Horrible Library Podcast HERE or wherever you listen to Podcasts.
This book gets increasingly addictive with each issue. I can't wait to see how this all plays out.
Tunic - Quitter
Cherubs - 2 Ynfynyty
Windhand - Soma
Cash Audio - The Orange Sessions
Immortal Lee County Killers - These Bones Will Rise To Love You Again
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel
Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
Windhand - Grief's Infernal Flower
Type O Negative - Dead Again
Operation: Escape From L.A. is formerly underway at our house, and I feel as though this is a reminder that although the next five months will be hectic as we begin to shed possession and streamline our lives for the move, we need to apply focus and aim for accuracy. If not, I'll end up getting rid of a lot of stuff that might bite me in the ass down the road. Plus, chaotic energy can damage a plan as surely as not having a plan can unravel what should otherwise have structure.