FREE SONG DOWNLOAD free song download for the 17 years of VP
January 09, 2014, 09:33:am
Last New Year's Eve was also the last Vampire Party ever, held in its original location in Antwerp, Belgium. After 17 years and due to the dwindling attendance, another classic party here in Europe closed its doors, and it's even sadder since in May 2013 the Vampire Party Live event was super successful and it seemed possible to breathe new life into the goth/ebm/industrial scene in Belgium... but instead, it was its swan song.
With XP8 we wrote this song as the official VP Theme, which was supposed to be released in a USB stick and given to the crowds of VP Live 2014: instead, here it is as free download.
He gets up from his desk and walks the window.
It’s been two years since he’s decided to swap his boring view of Kobe port with a rendition of Shin-Iwaki. Well, maybe not a faithful reproduction of the present state of his native town, but the nano-LEDs embedded in his windowpane glass show him what it will eventually look like, once the post-meltdown reconstruction works end.
He looks out and sighs, he’s engulfed in a whirlwind of emotions so foreign to him that mostly he’s aware of his surprise of feeling so much, so deeply.
Watching the live feed of the girl running away, escaping his extraction team, he had felt the sharp taste of panic rising to his throat, but it had since subsided to something else, something warped and new: his brain producing a bio-chemical remix to re-interpret his original state.
An alert flash in his glasses and he jacks in again:
[Yes, McGee, I do hope you have finally have some good news for me, yes?]
[Err, no Sir, unfortunately the trail on the two targets has gone cold. We were able to detain the facilitator though. Roland Baker, AKA Meathead, AKA TwoDee, AKA… yes Sir, sorry, he’s a local hacker and Milner and Fox are interrogating him at the moment.]
He walks back to his chair and slouches down noisily. It’s so out of character, and he attributes his changes to all his recent dealing with uncouth gaijin.
[McGee, your company is proving to be a rather disappointing choice of contractor on our part. At least don’t fail to keep me informed of any development in the search and the questioning.]
[Yes Sir, absolutely... Actually, we retrieved a data storage device when apprehending the facilitator. I’s just a few TB of encrypted material, but I imagine you would be interested in having it checked out?]
So I have been doing a lot getting ready for December. Clearing out my basement. Fixing me art room, sewing room, and office. Working on my website and still have so much to do on it. Prepping muffs for the winter sale. The list goes on... I feel a little run down. I need a nice relaxing chill day w a good friend ^_^
As everyone will remember, on May 2013 we ran our first fundraiser to put together the budget to print Adrenochrome as a deluxe digipack.
Among the many perks we offered, there was one that went something like "let's collaborate and write a song together": Gerry and Jadei of Hope Estheim bought that straight away, and Heartless Disaster is the result of that collaboration - and one of our best songs to date.
With a great remix by Studio-X to boost, you can download it for free (or pay how much you want for it) on our Bandcamp as well as Hope Estheim's!
So I had abandoned my VF account for quite a while due to people causing drama that I wanted no part of.... It's been a good 4 years since then, but I'm back ^.^ and goin full steam ^.^
Have been concentrating on Weddings for the past 4 years, but I've finally started working on some new Muff designs. They probably wont be avail for a good month. In the mean time I will be posting some random muffs I have floating around from the last batch.
P.S. A bartender from the pace i used to work at 2 years ago was found ran over by a light rail on memorial day weekend at the Broadway station in Denver, was identified because of her tattoos… or so we were told (R.I.P. Maria)
I was walking to the store just now, and I saw this black kitty walking behind me down the street. So I called it over, and it was clearly a indoor kitty because he scampered away a little and then layed down like he wanted to be petted. So I followed him, finally got him to let me pet him, and I picked him up. His collar thankfully had a number and address. Nobody answered because it was so late, but his house was right near mine so I dropped him over the fence. ^.^ His name was Gordy and he was all back and super cute.