HP Lovecraft

SINFONIE SINISTRE - CD by Magus Peter H. Gilmore

Presented by The Devils Reign specifically for the Psychedelic Blasphemy book release. 40 minutes of retro atmospheric electronica by The High Priest of The Church of Satan!


This is a limited edition CD digipack from HOWL Books. Includes liner notes by Peter H. Gilmore and album engineer Gene Lavergne.
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“Out in the mindless void the daemon bore me, Past the bright clusters of dimensioned space, Till neither time nor matter stretched before me, But only Chaos, without form or place. Here the vast Lord of All in darkness muttered Things he had dreamed but could not understand, While near him shapeless bat-things flopped and fluttered In idiot vortices that ray-streams fanned.

They danced insanely to the high, thin whining Of a cracked flute clutched in a monstrous paw, Whence flow the aimless waves whose chance combining Gives each frail cosmos its eternal law. "I am His Messenger,” the daemon said, As in contempt he struck his Master’s head.“

H. P. Lovecraft, The Fungi from Yuggoth

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sixpenceee this is an indie horror game called “The Last Door”. I bought it from the IOS App Store, for abt $5SGD, but it can also be played online for free at thelastdoor.com

Despite its simple graphics, this is a game that effectively utilizes atmosphere, sound, and narrative to give players a creepy and unnerving experience. Sometimes the solution to a puzzle lies in what you hear and not what you see. Play this with headphones on or with the volume up.

There are a few jump scares, but they are used sparingly and well. The game heavily references Lovecraft, as well as Poe, and there’s also a bit of a Silent Hill feel to it.

The screencaps above are taken from the first episode. You play as Jeremiah Devitt, who goes to his friend Anthony Beechworth’s house only to discover that something is terribly wrong. What follows is a search for the truth, run-ins with mad men, murderers, and a sinking feeling that your fate is catching up with you…

<Videte ne quis sciat>

Frat DnD Hilights 2
  • Cleric:I toss the light-stone into the crypt! *Rolls 20*
  • Me:You have spent entirely too much time skipping rocks, as such you rebound the rock against three pillars and two skeletons before it comes to a clean stop in the center of the room.
  • Cleric:...So I can see them all?
  • Me:Yes.
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  • Me:You're not a bard, but screw it roll Performance.
  • Fighter:OKAY. *Mediocre roll*
  • Me:Well you don't exactly remember the words but you can hum furiously while fighting.
  • Fighter:AWESOME.
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  • All The Dwarves:So...can we use the Elf as a weapon?
  • Me:...Hey Elf what's your Armor Class?
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  • Cleric:I want to bless the bomb.
  • Me:The bomb that was made illegally by an alchemist who clearly was no bomb expert and hastily threw something together in twelve hours?
  • Cleric:Which is why I want to bless the damn thing.
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  • Me:You stare into the Skeleton Warrior's empty eye sockets and see only the cold black abyssial Void staring back at you.
  • Me:Alright intimidating a skeleton that's-
  • Fighter:NO! I wanna intimidate the Void.
  • Me:...The cold black unfeeling existential darkness?
  • Fighter:Yeah that.
  • Me:Fuck it why not.
  • Fighter:*nat 20*
  • Me:.........You stare into the Abyss and it absolutely stares back. Given your ever-shifting mental state you don't take in the abstract and horrifying nature of oblivion but rather stand defiantly, blatantly giving shape to the shapeless and a name to something that should not be named. At the End of All Things something turns, being actively defied by a mortal, and it hesitates. It cannot stand even an unwitting rival and it will react accordingly - because a primal force made afraid is a terrible sight to behold.
  • Fighter:So I intimidate it?
  • Me:Yup.
  • Fighter:Awesome.
  • Cleric:Oh my god we are going to die.
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  • Me:The ghouls retreat into their tunnel.
  • Cleric:Well if ever there was a time for that bomb, let's seal them in!
  • Me:Alright let's see how this thing goes. *Nat 20*
  • Me:*sets up Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture Finale*
  • Me:The alchemist, having known nothing about proper explosives, pretty much tossed in every volatile horrible thing he could into the 'bomb.' And as your God looks favorably on grandstanding gestures of epic stupidity, he extends his mighty claw down to bless this bomb. You hear a distant roar and a blinding light before the cleansing fire erupts through the Ghoul Tunnels. Above ground, a number of graves explode outward while dozens of ghoul corpses charred beyond recognition fall and litter the graveyard while ash quietly falls in the aftermath.
  • Cleric:Holy shit we have another one of those.
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  • Fighter:Rob him!
  • Cleric:No! He'll kill the HELL out of us.
  • Fighter:Hey if you're going to do something stupid at least see it through like I do!
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  • Cleric, Elf, and Dwarf:...So to appease the Void we're gonna sacrifice the Fighter.
  • Me:...Yeah alright make the rolls.
  • Fighter:*is murdered in his sleep*
  • Cleric, Elf, and Dwarf:Wow that was....well, we're all in tender emotional states. See you next time. *they exit*
  • Me:...Hey, Fighter.
  • Fighter:Sup.
  • Me:...Want to be the Avatar of the Void and fuck shit up on a global scale?
  • Fighter:Would it be me doing more stupid shit with no reason with godlike powers?
  • Me:Pretty much.
  • Fighter:I love you Skippy.