A small clip of the demo track can be heard right here!
May 25th, 2011 If you haven't already heard, that is the name of Voltaire's next album and he's recording it right NOW!He also starts to suspect that his corporate employers are not as benevolent as he once believed. Deady first appeared in his first graphic novel in 2004.However, since the US economy digimon frontier sub indo episode 38 would collapse without a steady stream of people willing to work for nothing, would-be prospective citizens toil in grim factories where theyre physically plugged into virtual reality machines that control robots doing labor stateside.But to really spice things up, Voltaire has created a Playlist for To The Bottom of the Sea that includes an intro by him and his co-host Orville Deadendbacher.Thanks for your support, thanks for your pre-orders and thanks for making the Pony of Doom such a raging success!
However, Poshe has plans of his own-namely, to avoid a desk job on the Necrid home world and live a life of leisure in a fixed orbit above Earth.
A new wave of vinyl bunnies are invading t and this time they are death Bunnies!Today they try to recreate the magic in part two as McKenney probes Voltaire (hm.) about his animation career, music, Star Trek and all things geeky!Go to the IndieGoGo campaign by clicking here.A Steampunk return to Candyland!It's Halloween, quite possibly Voltaire's busiest day of the year!As the movie (written and directed by Jeff Nichols, who also made last years excellent Midnight Special with Shannon) progresses, its made clear that Curtis isnt your run-of-the-mill doomsday prepper; he believes hes receiving clues that a weather-borne apocalypse is nigh.McKenney explains, "I want to capture that pre-internet, broadcast television feeling of discovery, where you would be flipping through television channels and stumble across a movie or a TV series in mid-story tiberian sun lan fix windows 7 and get sucked.And before the end, Deady might even reveal his true form for the first time in the game!This cult horror-scifi comedy from Don Coscarelli (Bubba Ho-Tep, Phantasm) features quite a few outrageous special effects, as well as a cameo from Paul Giamatti, but it was still made for less than a million bucks.3pm EST That's right!