Feed the Beast 3
On the menu are 68 A4 pages, printed in black&white with 7 interviews:
… a desolated and destroyed down to the ground city, where dust, sand and dirt is in the wind and stings in the eyes and scratch over unprotected skin – it feels uncomfortable. Similar to the cover artwork of “The Ultra-Violence”
… a formless, roaring creature that wriggles through a pitch-dark cave deep down below. This monster moves ponderous through the moldy passageway and then, like a fury, becomes faster, dashing through the cave, only to stop suddenly and starts to smash itself against the walls – again and again …
… or the blood that drops from the snake’s skin. Like a snake slough it’s skin to life on, the boy has to left his carnal existence to move on?
… from fire to ice. „Evil Eternal” seems to be born in the hell of South America, an infernal and fist-raising Black-/Thrash-Metal beast. While the last song, “Mark of the Dying”, has a very strong Darkthrone-aura.
… it draws a blurred mix of an ancient temple, that is hewn in stone deep down below the earth, enlighten by the dim light of torches and a limestone cave with myriads of stalactites and stalagmites.
… a befogged graveyard with a reeky mound of earth nearby a gravestone in the middle of the night. No stars above, only an outdated street lamp tries to enlightened this thick night – and from time to time a heap of earth flies through the air. I can hear the steady swing of the shovel which is the reason behind a blissful shudder