I can't really put into words what SC3 mean to me. I wandered aimlessly in my life until I discovered them it seems. Now more than ever do we need the light to be found from the guidance offered by this amazing artist.
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A related PDF text document will be up webofmimicry soon, divulging a few secrets of Plato's Cave v.2 and the off-world "THEY" keep you in the dark about. Non-locals only at the party of the pitiless...
Eye in the Sky and All the World's a Stage! Secret Chiefs 3 suprasensory surf satellite "UR" once again takes their blades to the horizon bisecting the heavens and earth. This time they goofy-foot their rhino-chasers up into geosynchronous orbit to join the round-dance of the Cartesian panopticon, where a ring of telecommunications satellites grants everyone below access to an Endless Summer undreamt-of in '62. That's the year the ComSat "Telstar" was launched into the firmament. The sentiment of the event was captured the same year in a well-wishing anthem song composed by a DIY Prometheus who famously and artlessly tombstoned himself, but whose nostalgic yearning for the paradise of the future is a torch still borne to the heavens today by so many hodads and billionaires of a certain tragic temperament. But my what a big 3-dimensional EYE the grey bellys have grown since those days; the better to HEAR the global symphony of surfless superflatness and nontent with...
This is our idea of a fundraiser; a full pedigree production, the proceeds from which will go directly towards financing the completion of two major full-length SC3 releases slated for 2017. For more info, see the info associated with this release on the front page of www.webofmimicry.com, and if you're a true SC3 nerd you won't want to miss the "SC3 blog-ish comment on musical finance" at the bottom of the mimicry announcement.
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It took a full four songs before I even noticed that this was instrumental, which was a wonderful surprise as that is exactly how instrumental metal should be yet somehow rarely ever is. Ominous and brooding, the pace and delivery of this album is darkly sublime, tinged with Eastern accents and a pervasive eerie atmosphere delivered with practically divine skill. You absolutely will not regret this one. Master of Muppets