Today I came across this 1985 article from the L.A. Times I wanted to share with you. The feature is about FFF (which started out as whack 80’s hardcore band), a pretty much all-white punk gang from the valley. It’s an interesting read about something I lived through as a
Anointed and purified, she laid on her back at the center of a flattened plateau between four columns waiting for the night’s first devotee. He arrived just as the moonlight touched the heart of the altar, prepared to unite with a goddess. Her mask on, she invoked Her and they
In 1998, Geraldo Rivera decided he was going to capitalize on the paranoid fears of Satanism, much like he is doing now by capitalizing on right-wing fuckery. He produced and directed a documentary called “Devil Worship: Exposing Satan’s Underground,” an awesomely ridiculous and sensationalized look at Satanism. According to Geraldo,
Discordianism and chaos magic are often confused. This is fitting, considering confusion is the stock and trade of both to some extent. Discordianism involves ritual, but is more of a religion of mirth; rather than chaos magic, which we will talk about more, hmmm… maybe next week. Discordianism involves the worship
Santa Cruz’s FOLIVORE have been a fixture in Northern California’s extreme underground for the last five years at least. The band has been a focal point of Santa Cruz’s local metal scene, and the band has wreaked havoc all over the North West, having hit the road with the likes of
This morning I was reading io9’s article outlining the “Satanic Panic” of the 1980s – basically, a time when allegations of sexual and murderous Satanic cult rituals went through the roof. For a while there, “the Satanic Cult did it” was more plausible than the Butler.