Wednesday, April 6, 2016

E is for Ego Likeness

I not only like my music dark, but other artwork as well. Musician Steven Archer of Ego Likeness crafted amazing multi media paintings featuring H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, several of which adorn my home. He and writer Donna Lynch, whose book "Isabel Burning" is a captivating read, make a great team in all mediums. I’m glad to own their EP “The Lowest Place on Earth” and probably should pick up the rest of their catalog.


For the letter E I came up with the fake band named Empty Life. This seems perfect for a post-modern goth/punk band. Doesn’t it?

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  2. It is indeed a perfect name! I hadn't heard of Ego Likeness so I just YouTubed it and when New Legend thumped into life I jumped out of my skin! As for the racy 'official video......!I'm now a fan!

    Today my story features 3 obscure E words

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  3. I hadn't heard of Ego Likeness before. Looked them up. Great talent there.

    Empty Life is a perfect name for that genre.
    I'm really enjoying your blog

    Mary
    #AtoZChallenge E is for Elle

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  4. Empty Life--ha, ha, great fake name. Some band should pick that up!

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    1. Thank you! An empty life is something I definitely feel you do not have with all you accomplish. Too bad you don't enjoy nicer neighbors. ~hugs~ I would welcome you here with open arms.

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  5. Ooh. That *is* a good name for a goth band!! Good idea!

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  6. Wow a fun blog! Empty Life has many connotations I can see being relevant to a band. Great name!
    @ScarlettBraden from
    Frankly Scarlett

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    1. Thank you for the kind word. I'm sorry to have somehow missed this earlier. I hope you are well, my dear, and look forward to visiting your blog.

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  7. I have to admire you. I am not a fan of Dark Books. I would have nightmares all the time.

    Visiting from the A to Z Blog Challenge.

    Shalom,
    Patricia @ EverythingMustChange

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    1. I do have nightmares sometimes, but they can provide good fodder for stories. ~grin~ Thank you for the kind word!

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