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“NEW TOOL ALBUM.”

    Twelve Years ago, 10,000 Days was released. It’s been almost half as long. …since then, we have had just as, if not more-so, epic albums released from the bands who have been filling the all-defeating void left in… Read More ›

Awakening In Agartha

    Chapter 7 Fletcher Munsin’s eyes flew open, and he just laid there on his back from within the metal machine in a state of confused shock, his swirling blurred vision slowly straightening out around the breadth of his… Read More ›

“NEW TOOL ALBUM.”

    Twelve Years ago, 10,000 Days was released. It’s been almost half as long. …since then, we have had just as, if not more-so, epic albums released from the bands who have been filling the all-defeating void left in… Read More ›

HAPPY FOURTH?

  Readers and Bloggers of DARK ESOTERIKA, Eye Thank You Deeply Yet Again for Taking the Second of A Day Now to Transcend Ultimately for the Last Time With Me. As Ewe all No, Eye Am bred from (a) TOOL. Or, rather, I Resonate… Read More ›

HAPPY FOURTH?

    Readers and Bloggers of DARK ESOTERIKA, Eye Thank You Deeply Yet Again for Taking the Second of A Day Now to Transcend Ultimately for the Last Time With Me. As Ewe all No, Eye Am bred from (a)… Read More ›

Current Events: “What’s in a name?” High-jacking the power of words & associations, by MIKE EYE

What’s in a name? Before the new millennium, I never thought much about the power of names. I hadn’t any idea that there could be so much extra baggage metaphysically attached to someone’s name. Just like how now-a-days, you can embed the track name, number, and genre in one MP3 song file, unnoticeable attachments are quantumly combined with the actual phonetics, pronunciation, and association of the names of people, places, and even things….

*ÆN MEMORIUM*

An attorney for the Cornell family, Kirk Pasich, reiterated Vicky’s belief that an extra dosage of Ativan, an anxiety medication often employed by recovering addicts, altered Chris Cornell’s mental faculties after the Detroit show. Pasich added that the Cornell family is “disturbed at inferences that Chris knowingly and intentionally took his life.”