“With a focus squarely on the more underground elements of house, techno and electronica, Tenth Circle will be bringing previously unknown names to the attention of the dance music community in 2011 and beyond.” — cited from Tenth Circle’s Soundcloud page
“Well, we found the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po.
“After a spooky, black-and-white image of the already trippy Teletubbies went viral on Twitter on Thursday, a musician created an even creepier post-punk music video starring the characters, devoid of all color.
“The video was cut by Christopher Brown, set to the song ‘Atmosphere’ by Joy Division. We’d recommend showing it to only your worst enemies.” –Max Knoblauch, Mashable, March 27, 2015.
Check out the video below to watch Christopher G. Brown’s horrifying creation.
“Ready for some history? How about the Vocaloid clan teaching you the history? These sets of songs come from Dante Alighieri’s most famous writing, The Divine Comedy.” [. . .] –Demosthenes Alathea on VocaloiDemo, 2016
The tracklist for the album includes:
- Introduction –A Seed of Life-
- Buy Them All
- Eat Them All On The Table
- Hand To Hand
- Immortal Soul
- Rain of Tears
- Come La Divina Commedia
You can purchase the album on Amazon.
Contributed by Savannah Mikus (Florida State University BA ’20, MA ’22)
“Gates of Hell” is an album released on July 31, 2014 by Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs. The band hails from Toronto, Canada, and are a self-described “6 piece rock n’ roll band from hell.” — cited from Bandcamp.com
- Gates of Hell – 3:31
- Hold Me Close – 2:32
- Birthday! – 1:31
- Communication – 4:04
- Get Pumped Up – 1:32
- Season of the Witch – 2:46
- Heavy on Queen St. – 3:16
- Calgary Hill – 3:13
- Seventeen – 2:58
- Brides of Satan – 3:31
Watch the music video for the song “Gates of Hell” below:
Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps is a World Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps.
“Never has Hell been so captivating and entertaining. ‘Inferno’ took us deep into the world of Italian poet Dante Alighieri’s nine circles of Hell, the circles seen starting near the feet of the corps’ uniform, wrapping up the leg, continuing on the hat, and ending in the feather that points upward to Heaven. Images printed on the color guard’s flags were copies of original Divine Comedy illustrations by French artist Gustave Doré. It was a helluva good time for all, sinful in its rapturous delight.”
The Carolina Crown Corps made it to 2nd place in the Drum Corps International 2015 Finals.
Watch the Corps’s preview show below:
Watch a snippet of the Corps’s final show below: