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Orchid, a fantasy epic set in future, is the story of a 16-year-old street prostitute who discovers she has a greater calling than what has been imposed on her in a nightmarish world full of ferocious new animal species that prey on humans while the rich harvest the bodies of the poor.
Morello explained his own involvement, as well as the musical accompaniment to each issue: “I am the creator and writer of this, it’s not farmed out,” he explained. “[color=CFECEC]Each issue will contain a musical score as well. You get free music with each issue that comes out that will be a complete and comprehensive score by the end of the arc. In the graphic novel medium, you can be completely uncompromising in content. I’m wholly invested in this, I want this to go toe-to-toe with my work with Rage and The Nightwatchmen.”
New York, NY: Jane's Addiction will debut their official brand new single “Irresistible Force” Tuesday, August 2 on the world-famous KROQ morning radio show “The Kevin & Bean Show,” which will be available through all digital outlets August 3.
This↑ small detail, kinda makes my previous comment, about the crowd and their phones, look pretty dam stupid.
JANE'S ADDICTION tonight (Monday July 25) play an exclusive, private show at Terminal 5 in New York City, in association with YouTube and LG. Not only will the concert be streamed live on YouTube, but it will also be the first 3D user-generated concert event.
[color=CFECEC]Attendees-including more than 200 lucky ticket holders selected by LG and Jane's Addiction-will be the first to be able to film the show on brand new LG Thrill 4G Devices, and then these films are combined into one special 3D 60-minute documentary film which will be premiered on the LG Thrill 3D YouTube channel on August 4.
Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
Man, what's up with today's crowds? Maybe they are just getting older! ha I bet it's a trip for Perry to sing songs that were written and experienced from such an 'expanded' state of mind, now that he's sober. Guess it is more performing arts now. Love these guys and their music though, permanently etched in my brain forever. The Kettle Whistle is one of my favorite albums of any band ever!