Why not? The oddest and to some, a throwaway track from Alice in Chains' 1992 acoustic EP Sap. I love this one, and have long marveled at just how weird AIC could be when hardly trying.
A damn quiet NCBD, if I say so myself:
I didn't know about this new Jeff Lemire series until I happened to look in my email and see a missive from his newsletter. Sounds pretty badass; from the solicitation on League of Geeks:
"Dom is a long-haul truck driver attempting to stay ahead of his tragic past. When he stops one night to assist Birdie, who has been in a massive car crash, they pull an artifact from the wreckage that throws their lives into fifth gear. Suddenly, a typical midnight run has become a frantic journey through a surreal world where Dom and Birdie find themselves the quarry of strange and impossible monsters. It's grindhouse horror meeting high-concept supernatural fantasy..."
So yeah, short week, which is fine. I'll be in L.A. for the next two NCBDs and plan to make it out to The Comic Bug at some point, so I'll pick up some of the books I read that I don't have on my pull at Rick's here in Clarksville.
22-20s - Eponymous
Various - Fight!!! Spotify Playlist
The Smiths - Strangeways, Here We Come
Helmet - Size
Alice in Chains - Sap
The Mysterines - Reeling
David Bowie - Reality
Mastodon - Once More 'Round the Sun
Faetooth - Remnants of the Vessel
From Jonathan Grimm's Bound Tarot, which you can buy HERE.
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