m0th3rb0n3

Break the mirror

"It is not the artist’s job to explain, defend, justify, or please anyone.  An artist simply represents a mirrored reflection of society.  There are all kinds of images, sounds, feelings, tastes, smells, messages, topics, behaviors, thoughts involved in creating a world.  When the artist reflects this back to the observer, he or she is merely chronicling it.  People who are afraid of art, are afraid of themselves.  Look into the mirror, stare really deep into yourself, and then shatter it."

~M0TH3RB0N3~

thedeathmerchant:

Phil Spector getting his Tales From The Crypt look perfected.
Happy Halloween.

Phil The Spectre

thedeathmerchant:

Phil Spector getting his Tales From The Crypt look perfected.

Happy Halloween.

Phil The Spectre

Those who don’t know the value of loyalty, can never appreciate the cost of betrayal.

—Anonymous

"In general, art is that ‘release’ caused by the friction of life; that is the way I approach music. I look around and see how things are in harmony, and look to the thing that is out of balance. I try to tell that story of imbalance, I am drawn to the friction. A violin is a piece of wood that has been manipulated out of its natural shape, twisted, bent and dried. Then you take the strings and stretch them across; very tense, very stressful. Then you take a bow that’s very straight and tight, and you drag it across with the friction. The resulting sound that’s released is the art; that is the story."
Maynard James Keenan, The Heart Is A Drum Machine (2009)

"In general, art is that ‘release’ caused by the friction of life; that is the way I approach music. I look around and see how things are in harmony, and look to the thing that is out of balance. I try to tell that story of imbalance, I am drawn to the friction. A violin is a piece of wood that has been manipulated out of its natural shape, twisted, bent and dried. Then you take the strings and stretch them across; very tense, very stressful. Then you take a bow that’s very straight and tight, and you drag it across with the friction. The resulting sound that’s released is the art; that is the story."

Maynard James Keenan, The Heart Is A Drum Machine (2009)