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|Okay, I've been totally obsessed.|
|Another instance is Marilyn Manson's cover of "Sweet Dreams" by Eurythmics. Whoever looked at those depressing lyrics and decided, "Hey, this would make a great, happy and upbeat pop song," really needed to lay off the coke. And let's face it, it was the 80s. There probably was coke involved.|
|If you want to catch them live and you live in Germany, you're in luck! Here are their tour dates. Yes, you read that right; that is 2013!|
Saturday, 5 October 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+02
Saturday, 19 October 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+02
Sunday, 27 October 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+01
Saturday, 9 November 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+01
Saturday, 16 November 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+01
Saturday, 30 November 2013 at 19:00 in UTC+01
AND ONE - ABSCHIEDSTOUR 2013 (Set B) - Berlin
Friday, 13 December 2013
Eventually - after their first single came out - Komor became a permanent fixture, and the two were later joined by Christian Lund in 2000, filling out the last spot in this group.
The song featured here, Access and Amplify, gives a nice, deep look into the type of Futurepop/EBM they put out there - mostly upbeat industrial cyberpunk with familiar rave beats and synth. It the first song of theirs that I've heard when I discovered them in 2010. At first, I didn't like them very much, but the disorienting early hour of the morning and the fact that they'd been playing in the background for two straight hours kind of made them grow on me. Since then, I've heard them at multiple raves all across the Southeastern US.
Icon of Coil Discography
|Icon of Coil is also currently on tour in North America. Below are the tour dates. Don't miss them if you have the chance!|
Sep 07 Philadelphia, PA @ I Love Industrial
Sep 08 New York, NY @ Cybertron
Sep 09 Ann Arbor, MI @ Necto
Sep 10 Columbus, OH @ Skully's
Sep 11 Milwaukee, WI @ Club Anything
Sep 12 Minneapolis, MN @ Ground Zero
Sep 14 Denver, CO @ Deathwish
Sep 15 Salt Lake City, UT @ Area 51
Sep 17 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Sep 18 Portland, OR @ The Fez Ballroom
Sep 19 San Francisco, CA @ The DNA Lounge
Sep 20 Special Event TBA
Sep 21 Los Angeles, CA @ Das Bunker
Sep 22 Phoenix AZ
Sep 24 Austin, TX @ Elysium
Sep 26 Chicago, IL @ Reggie's
Sep 27 Indianapolis, IN
Sep 28 Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 30 The Gothic Cruise (with VNV Nation, Aesthetic Perfection & :SITD:)
"In 2005, noted film composer Christopher Young hired her as the lead voice in his score for, The Exorcism Of Emily Rose. After completing the music, Young remarked, “Without Sara’s voice, there would be no score – I have never in my life seen someone at her age so thoroughly professional.” She continued her work with Young in 2008 for the film The Uninvited, in which her vocals were featured." [saraniemietz.com]Sara is perhaps most well known for her work on Glee as the on-stage guitarist as well as her popular YouTube video - a cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," featured below.
Drawn Onward (September 27, 2011)Woo
Covers Vol. 1 - First ACV single (February 22, 2012)
Woo -Current album (February 14, 2013)
"... fire flies
hung in the air
guide a vacant stare
and high time to change
with a southern rain
moon and meridians
no love is lost or won"
|This is my apple. There are many like it, but this one is mine.|
Step 3: Pick a feature and describe it as if it were the most fascinating thing in the world. Pick one feature. Don't spend too much space on it and try to describe the feature without referring to it directly. For instance, instead of saying "it's color was a deep red," you would say something like:"There it sat. It is a mystery where it came from, but there it was, unashamedly intruding upon the stainless, glossy table of an otherwise completely white room; it was a crimson ink stain on a pristine, collared shirt."
Step 4: Continue this for another feature. Make sure it is a feature that will give it a nice contrast. I first commented on the glossy red of the fruit; now I will comment on it's stem, complete with dull green leaf."The apple was a bold drop of blood upon the first snow of winter. It's shine glared as if struck by a brilliant light, rather than the dull flickering of an overhead lamp."
Step 5: Expand the description from the object. Work from the closest to the furthest. In this case, from the table top to the floor, to the chair, and so on."A small, brown stem protruded from it's top, stretching toward the heavens like nature's crown. Dull green leaves sprouted from it, hanging downward to kiss the fruit with velvety tip."
Step 6: Describe an event. Someone/something interacting with it, etc."It rested upon the cold surface of white marble, defying it's colorless world - from the immaculate floor to the blank, staring walls."
Step 7: Create a nice, neat ending. Try ending on a dynamic word for impact - a seldom used word, an onomatopoeia, and so on."A young woman, almost as pale as the room which she now entered, flicked her silvery blonde hair from her shoulder and lifted the apple in her slender fingers toward her mouth. Her thin, rosy lips parted."
"Her pearly teeth sank into it's flesh as she tore away a chunk with a loud crunch!"
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- via "5 Myths About Absinthe", Mutineer Magazine
Baileys Irish Cream was created by Gilbeys of Ireland, a division of International Distillers & Vintners, as it searched for something to introduce to the international market. The process of finding a product began in 1971 and it was introduced in 1974 as the first Irish cream on the market. The Baileys name, and the R.A. Bailey signature, were fictional, inspired by the Bailey's Hotel in London. Baileys is produced in Dublin and under contract in Newtownabbey
However, I make a variation of this. I keep the ingredients chilled to avoid the watering down that ice can cause (you can also use Cubies), and I substitute orange soda for the ginger ale.1 Part Calico Jack Pineapple Coconut Rum
2 Parts Ginger Ale
Splash of Orange Juice
Mix in a glass with ice and garnish with an orange slice.
"Should I grow a blackened heart?
of hatred for those who've wronged it
and infinite remorse for whom it have wronged.
Should I empty it?
of every memory and every note,
so passionately imprinted,
and strip it of the pondering pleasure."
"As he reached the door leading to his floor, someone grabbed him from behind and put a dark hand over his mouth. Larratus struggled and shook off his attacker, turning and putting his back to a wall. Everyone thought the Deformer was dead, killed by Electrode back in the beginning of the conflict. The same time Larratus realized that Deformer was very alive, he realized he had no mouth to say anything about it. Deformer had used his power to mold living flesh and sealed the Commander’s lips together. Commander Larratus pushed his way through the stairwell door, looking for a way to defend himself."
♰ "Clarence": Andrew Benjamin from Hellblinki (in case you couldn't tell) did the intro. Dave Doll was featured on trumpet. Guest vocals - Mizeria and Matt Colpitts.
♰ "M.I.A.": Shlomi Lavie was featured as a vocalist.
♰ "Pocket Change": Stefan Zenik - featured clarinet.
♰ "6 Count Swing": Matt Colpitts - bass.
♰ "Pound Yer Bones": Guest vocals by Mizeria and Matt Colpitts.
♰ "Lyle's Tale": Vocals and Lap Steel - Ryan Baugess, Vocals - Gloria Davis
"Mat had decided to leave the band and pursue other things back [in] May. We wish him the best of luck in all he does. But we have been working with another drummer who I am sure you all will love and plays Mats parts ridiculously well!"Ninja Fish thinks this is great music to... drink your friends under the table with.
"Using a system based on colour classifications, the governing Examiners dictate what people can wear, where they can live and what jobs they can do. The levels are grey, maroon, orange, scarlet and white, with grey the lowest and white the highest. The Emperor is the only person allowed to wear blue." - Wikipedia*
"My goal with Postmodern Jukebox is to get my audience to think of songs not as rigid, ephemeral objects, but like malleable globs of silly putty. Songs can be twisted, shaped, and altered without losing their identities–just as we grow, age, and expire without losing ours–and it is through this exploration that the gap between “high” and “low” art can be bridged most readily." - Scott Bradlee, from the Postmodern Jukebox Website.You're sure to be fascinated by their creative reconstruction of today's music. Here is their popular version of "Thrift Shop":
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