is the debut album by band Beherit. It was released in November 1993. The album is notable for its usage of space-like synth sounds and occasional use of computer-altered vocals.
the band formed in 1989 by three young musicians from Rovaniemi, Lapland; vocalist and guitarist Nuclear Holocausto Vengeance (Marko Laiho), bassist Daemon Fornication and drummer Sodomatic Slaughter (Jari Pirinen). The band released three demos the following year and also gathered reputation for their live shows, which included pig heads and goats on stage.
The weird combination of sparse futuristic effects and ancient ritualistic sounding songs give this album a very timeless and demented atmosphere that is very unexpected for music this devoid of subtlety. After many listens I realized that Drawing Down the Moon is not just an ass-kicking metal album but also an evil ambient album that will manage to entertain me for many years to come. this is Beherit’s best-known and most influential album.
In which Caroline runs away and it’s actually sort of fulfilling.
Okay, so this was written/first imagined with the whole problem of Klaus settling down in New Orleans when I don’t believe that Caroline (the real Caroline, not the pod person that took over her body after Klaus left) would stick around in Mystic Falls unless she absolutely had to. With all that wanderlust in her, I don’t think she’d want to be tied down to NOLA like she was to Mystic Falls and we all know she deserves better than sticking around in one city for the rest of her existence. By the way, the places mentioned in this drabble are Girona (Spain), Lapland (Finland) and Salisbury (England). All are incredible places and I urge you all to visit them!
The first time, he finds her in the outskirts of Girona. She’s busy taking selfies of herself against the blue-yellow-orange walls of those cute little buildings when he casually strides up to her once she lowers her phone.
Honestly, she’s surprised it took him so long – he’s kind of obsessive about people making a break for it.
“Well, you look like you’re having fun.” He says, casually, hands shoved into his pocket carelessly as he strides towards her.
Caroline rolls her eyes. “Well, duh,” She says, dryly.
There’s a flicker of a smile on his solemn face before his jawline tenses.