Friday, November 16, 2007


Twinfin's comment on the "Monkey Business" post sent me on a little gathering quest. Here's some stuff I brought back.
Probably the best known of Hieronymus Bosch's work (for more on H. Bosch go to All Bosch paintings below can be clicked for enlarged image:

Left panel of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" Triptych.

Center panel of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" Triptych.

Right panel of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" Triptych.

Right panel of "The Last Judgment" Triptych.

Human Distortions. Frame Grab from possible Bush Administration soundtrack song: Slayer's "South of Heaven" (click for video link).

"South of Heaven" video with interview link.

Slayer 1985 band interview link.

Among Agnostic Front, etc., DRI is mentioned in the band interview. Here's a link to some classic 1984 DRI video footage.

1989 interview with Slayer's Tom Araya:

The "South of Heaven" album was released around the time I came of legal driving age. At that time some friends and I piled into a car and drove out to Riverside where Slayer played in a small art-house size, trashy, rundown movie theater. It was a writhing mass of sweat drenched people climbing and falling and climbing all over each other in a battle to stay standing and banging on top of the seats, and the aisle way was a twisted mess of moshing and people falling off the seats to the floor. As far as I can recall, any form of bouncing or security pretty much gave up— a total free for all. I definitely have Hieronymus-like visuals burnt forever in the memory bank from that one.

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