Good morning, gang! Did you know that there are forums on Homicidols.com? I sometimes forget myself! I had hoped that their creation would give us a place to share random things and chat about them and ask various questions, which does happen from time to time, but the platform hasn’t been a great success … except for when things like this happen!
Brian, the Supreme Nothing himself, is ever so good and getting into idol’s more interesting crevices and pulling out little gems, and he shared this lovely gift the other day. His intro profile of NOMAKES is a nice look at cool indie idols, and rather than hold out for Indie Idol Wednesday, I thought that you might enjoy having this for your Sunday adventures.
NOMAKES (Indie idols connected to TRASH-UP!!)
If nobody gives me credit for that sick Lionel Richie / Faith No More reference, I’m going to throw up
Hey team! As you know, Guso Drop’s latest (and maybe-greatest-but-definitely-grossest) officially drops in a couple of days — let’s show them the same level of love that we’ve shown BiS and PassCode and NECRONOMIDOL! Brian again is the mastermind, so get your instructions from the man himself:
For anybody who’s reading this, I have no doubt that just like me, you love this music, but, also like me, I suspect that participating in the fandom is a big reward as well. At times, I think that the fun of fan interaction and participation rivals the very subject matter that bonds all this […]
via MAY 22th, Let’s make a PAINFULLY VIOLENT statement for Guso Drop!!! — supreme nothing
Our pal Brian, aka @supreme_nothing, wrote up this piece on the various artistic touches inherent in You’ll Melt More!’s visual and musical work on his own site … and then posted it in the forums like a goof. I figured I’d move it on up here to the home page so more eyes get on it. Go read the whole thing (just click the boxy doodad there) and tell him how much you liked it!
YOU’LL MELT MORE! : The Coolest Idols In the Room…
Literature and Destroy is one of my favorite titles for anything, ever, and I had to be talked out of dropping almost $100 on a copy of Bellheart’s EPEP EP, which is a glorified single, but whatever, I was pretty drunk.