Daily ‘Bang: Lucifer Belongs in the Church

This is a bit delayed but still worth sharing. If I could art, this is the art I would art. May that statement serve as your introduction to NOT-Grammar, a common practice of ours.

As you may remember from Episode 3, my Horns Up for the week was a wax sculpture titled Lucifer (Morningstar) done by Paul Fryer, which depicts–you guessed it–Lucifer. What’s interesting about this piece is the setting: it’s located in London’s Holy Trinity Church in Marylebone, Westminster, lit by the stained glass windows that surround it. Also, Lucifer being suspended by power lines is noteworthy. It’s an eerily beautiful piece. Further context and imagery can be found here.

“Lucifer (Morningstar)” by Paul Fryer

I have yet to decide exactly what I gather from this concept so feel free to garner your own interpretations of this piece and, by all means, share them.

Prost.

– Corey

Live. Love. Plow. Horns Up.

Episode 3: April 25, 2014

It’s time for Horns Up, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!

This week, Dan and Corey cover new releases from Dust Moth and Machine Head, discuss the latest in the battle royale between Queensrÿche and ex-vocalist Geoff Tate, and revisit classic albums from Black Sabbath and At the Gates. Plus, Corey identifies 47 new ways to articulate just how much he hates deathcore!

All that and much more in Episode 3–plus, check back later today for our subgenre playlist of the week: melodic death metal!

Live. Love. Plow. Horns Up.