1 hour ago
Saturday, August 1, 2009
That's right, gang: Five fresh, piping-hot tracks recorded by our Bro Jef Leppard over at Lennon Studios. We're planning a full-length, but seeking distribution through a label as well. So all you record company CEO's, A&R's and jet-setting billionaire investors take note. Contact us either through this blog or our Myspace page. Enjoy!
A song about a pack of velociraptors getting loose in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco and killing all the cops, junkies, and crackheads. Wouldn't it be nice?
2) "Arthropoda Interfectum"
Arthropoda: Greek word for the Phylum containing insects, arachnids, and crustaceans. Interfectum: Latin for kill, murder, or slay. A song about bugs killing people. As far as body mass goes, insects actually outweigh human beings on Earth. By far.
3) "Architeuthis Infernalis"
Pure speculative biology, part of the 'Sea Monsters' trilogy. Vampyroteuthis infernalis ("vampire squid from Hell") mates with an Architeuthis (giant squid), resulting, of course, in a Giant Vampire Squid From Hell. Chaos ensues.
Greek - Bio: "Life". Phage: "Eater". Our ode to the giant predator Spinosaurus aegypticus, with shout outs to Suchomimus, Deinonychus, Baronyx, and others.
AKA Jurassic Park 4. The first Cretaceous song with a twist ending. Paleontologists extract DNA from some dinosaur bones and bring them back to life through cloning. Said dinosaurs run rampant, hunting humankind to extinction. In the end, it is the humans who are in fact "fossilized".
Comments are welcome. Criticism will be tolerated but not encouraged.