I finally got my eagerly anticipated copy of The Flenser’s reissue of Deathconsciousness on vinyl. I opted for the 180 gram black version. The Flenser also included a creepy photo on a slide projector slide (pictured).
Like with previous issues of this album it comes with a short book about Antiochus, a medival historical figure who was a Jesus-like prophet, only he spread messages of nihilism.
Considering that this was literally recorded in a bedroom on an extremely low budget, this sounds pretty massive. Every song on the album takes a unique approach and there is never a dull moment despite this album’s long run time. I’ve always come back to this again and again after first hearing it, so it’s great to finally own it on vinyl.
Photo: LGLaser projectors aren’t exactly cheap, and portable ones will cost you even more. That’s why LG’s $1,500 ProBeam laser projector is notable — it’s (relatively) cheap and can be moved without much hassle. The 4.6-pound ProBeam, which is about the size of a football, can project up to 2,000 lumens of brightness and produce a picture as big as 120 inches at 1080p. (It’s kind of disappointing that this isn’t 4K.) The usual slate of HDMIs, audio outs, and USB ports are also included. It also comes with Bluetooth support, so you can connect your headphones or portable speakers. … Read more