Enter The Wasteland

Thoughts and ramblings on life and the universe by a genderfucked girl. Official blog of the dead lotus society frontwoman, Hyatt Llorona.
A moment in time captured from the Dead Lotus Society’s appearance at KUZA See You In Hell Tour Denver show!
Photo courtesy of Faerie Realm Photography and Kathryn McGirl

A moment in time captured from the Dead Lotus Society’s appearance at KUZA See You In Hell Tour Denver show!

Photo courtesy of Faerie Realm Photography and Kathryn McGirl

PROPHECY RECORDS ACTS, THE DEAD LOTUS SOCIETY and CONTROLLED DEMISE, TO OPEN FOR KUZA’S SEE YOU IN HELL TOUR!


Pittsburgh industrial metal band, KUZA, kicks off their debut US tour this summer and they’re stopping in Denver this July! KUZA will be supported by Sacramento-based Awoken Shadows, along with Denver-based Prophecy Records metal acts Controlled Demise and The Dead Lotus Society. The all ages show takes place on Friday, July 11th at the Aztlan Theatre, located at 974 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204.


Recognized by Alternative Press as one of the top 100 bands to look out for in 2014, KUZA has already broken the Top Five on the iTunes and Amazon metal charts with the release of their 2014 EP “Venom & Sorrow.”  KUZA is the talent of vocalist Michael Kuza, joined by the vixenish Franccesca De Struct on bass, Matt “Bats” Patlan on drums, Luke Slaughter on rhythm guitar, and Kyle Skellington on lead guitar. Check out  KUZA’s official music video for “Bound By Oath” at http://YouTu.be/NHGEm4gx97I.


OTHER APPEARING BANDS:


The Dead Lotus Society
 http://www.Facebook.com/deadlotusmusic / http://Twitter.com/thedeadlotus
Controlled Demise
 http://Facebook.com/ControlledDemise / http://Twitter.com/ControlledDemis
Awoken Shadows
 http://Facebook.com/AwokenShadows / http://Twitter.com/AwokenShadows
PROPHECY RECORDS ACTS, THE DEAD LOTUS SOCIETY and CONTROLLED DEMISE, TO OPEN FOR KUZA’S SEE YOU IN HELL TOUR!
Pittsburgh industrial metal band, KUZA, kicks off their debut US tour this summer and they’re stopping in Denver this July! KUZA will be supported by Sacramento-based Awoken Shadows, along with Denver-based Prophecy Records metal acts Controlled Demise and The Dead Lotus Society. The all ages show takes place on Friday, July 11th at the Aztlan Theatre, located at 974 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204.
Recognized by Alternative Press as one of the top 100 bands to look out for in 2014, KUZA has already broken the Top Five on the iTunes and Amazon metal charts with the release of their 2014 EP “Venom & Sorrow.”  KUZA is the talent of vocalist Michael Kuza, joined by the vixenish Franccesca De Struct on bass, Matt “Bats” Patlan on drums, Luke Slaughter on rhythm guitar, and Kyle Skellington on lead guitar. Check out  KUZA’s official music video for “Bound By Oath” at http://YouTu.be/NHGEm4gx97I.
OTHER APPEARING BANDS:
Toonami

—Anvil Snare Remix (Before Sailor Moon)

classicshoujo:

To all of us old school Toonami fans - Remember this? This played before Sailor Moon!

The nostalgia. Oh, Gods, the nostalgia!

(via animenostalgia)

prophecyrecordsco:

An early release off the forthcoming album from The Dead Lotus Society. Please check them out on Facebook and Twitter and offer up your support!

Something to wet your appetites in the meantime as we finish up this beast of a disc.

SEX IS NOT THE ENEMY

Let’s talk about sex.

It’s cute that people still have these preconceived notions that someone into, oh, how shall we say, more “non-traditional” sexual activities will jump at any opportunity presented. Please note the sarcasm. Anyways, moving on.

There’s no shame in sexual exploration and deviance, but, seriously, don’t be a creep. Moreover, your assumption that said deviant will be delighted when you (particularly if you have little to no prior interpersonal history) ask them, for example, to join in a menage-a-trois with your significant other is probably founded largely in misconceptions, and, frankly, plain rude. The same goes for when you send them a picture of your genitalia because “you think they would like it.” Even more so, when your ego is shot and you’re aghast that your assumption is wrong, well, that’s a bit of entitlement that you need to kill.

With that being said, don’t be a jerk. People that like crazy, kinky sex also have standards, and it’s misplaced entitlement to think they’d automatically be down to “do you” based on their intimate activities.

Get to know people, and, Hell, if the conversation point arises, that’s a moment to test the waters. Otherwise, don’t put your junk in their face or pressure them into things because “you heard they were like that.”

Word vomit brought you courtesy of me, Hyatt Llorona.

Oh, Xena, how you manage to capture my exact mood at any moment.

Oh, Xena, how you manage to capture my exact mood at any moment.

To all the naysayers and critics of feminism that, instead, call themselves “humanists” because of some sense that the word excludes other genders, sexuality, and human rights concerns.
Seriously though, if you’re going to get upset about semantics and not support the core of a movement “because” of those semantics, then you should probably not misuse a term with a predefined meaning.
You’re welcome.

To all the naysayers and critics of feminism that, instead, call themselves “humanists” because of some sense that the word excludes other genders, sexuality, and human rights concerns.

Seriously though, if you’re going to get upset about semantics and not support the core of a movement “because” of those semantics, then you should probably not misuse a term with a predefined meaning.

You’re welcome.

lunawings:

While I’m updating about Digimon stuff lately, I don’t remember if I’ve ever posted this. While lots of people visit Odaiba, as have I and I LOVE it, less people go to Hikarigaoka. If you’ve never heard of Hikarigaoka, well you watched the dub, didn’t you? XD It’s Heighton View Terrace!

The difference between visiting Odaiba and visiting Hikarigaoka is, in Odaiba I was a bit disoriented, however in Hikarigaoka EVERYTHING was where I thought it would be. I may have cried! Plus, Hikarigaoka also embraces its Digimon connection. Just look at that map ( ; _ ; )

Annnnnnnd, visiting Hikarigaoka has been added to the bucket list….

(via general-jinjur)

Sometimes, the scribbles scratch their way out…

Sometimes, the scribbles scratch their way out…