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OPENHEAD ‘Demonstration’

Feb 21, 2023 | Punk, Reviews

A powerfully violent prophecy of an unspeakable future

Archaeologists are mystified by a small black rock discovered within the grounds of The Hallowed Halls, a recording studio in Portland, Oregon. The material is opaque, unnaturally heavy, and emitting a disconcerting low frequency rumble. It was only when one of the scientific team put a microphone to the otherworldly object did they make progress: a four minute passage of powerfully violent sound was detected containing a foretelling of an ‘unspeakable future‘. The authorities will retain the rock as they fear someone may attempt to recreate its abominable prophecies.

 Dark forces are at work, and any member of the public discovering such an object should report it immediately.

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