Tuesday, June 5, 2012

International Day of Slayer -- June 6, 2012

If they can have a "National Day of Prayer," We can have a National Day of Slayer! Culture is something you can inherit, or choose. We choose metal as our culture, and Slayer as our ambassador. No other band captures the spirit of metal with such intensity. Every year on June 6, we celebrate the International Day of Slayer to hail this spirit. How to Celebrate
  • Listen to Slayer at full blast in your car.
  • Listen to Slayer at full blast in your home.
  • Listen to Slayer at full blast at your place of employment.
  • Listen to Slayer at full blast in any public place you prefer.
DO NOT use headphones! The objective of this day is for everyone within earshot to understand that it is the National Day of Slayer. National holidays in America aren't just about celebrating; they're about forcing it upon non-participants. [b]Taking that participation to a problematic level[/b]
  • Stage a "Slay-out." Don't go to work. Listen to Slayer.
  • Have a huge block party that clogs up a street in your neighborhood. Blast Slayer albums all evening. Get police cruisers and helicopters on the scene. Finish with a full-scale riot.
  • Spray paint Slayer logos on churches, synagogues, or cemeteries.
  • Play Slayer covers with your own band (since 99% of your riffs are stolen from Slayer anyway).
  • Kill the neighbor's dog and blame it on Slayer.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Mythos: The Myths and Tales of H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard

The new anthology publication from Numen Books: 'Mythos: The Myths and Tales of H.P. Lovecraft & Robert E. Howard'

Mythos contains the key stories which make up the mythical world established by H.P. Lovecraft, and also contains works by Robert E. Howard written in this mythological framework. Contents also include Lovecraft's essay on the the nature of the horror tale, and a new analysis written... on the nature of myth and the occult in Lovecraft's work by M Alan Kazlev. In addition to this, Mythos also contains new tales of terror written in the same vein as Lovecraft by Gwendolyn Toynton, Bernardo Sena, and Michael Kleen.

To order a copy: