14:31 - Cynic Metalhead Playing with my semen was never meant to be funny, Joe. That was some serious business.
14:30 - !J.O.O.E.! I should tell that guy I'm a Capricorn. Maybe he'll respect my opinions more.
14:23 - Ilham That's cuz you dunno how to analyse stuff in DEPTH Joe, ur cancer. U know... cancer.
14:18 - Ilham Yeah they all talk about it as if it's the equivalent of emptying an ak47 mag into the head of your baby. But I have a shoddy electrical panel in this place and some outlets aren't connected to the ground, so I get jolted often.
14:16 - !J.O.O.E.! Just realised I basically repeated what Ilham just said.
14:14 - !J.O.O.E.! Just don't wear socks and build it on a carpet.
14:12 - !J.O.O.E.! I think risk of damaging it from static is pretty unlikely (seems like a horror story you keep reading about but never really happens). If you touch the metal housing in the case every so often it discharges it, supposedly.
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
Opera Diabolicus is the brainchild of composer David Grimoire and lyricist Adrian De Crow. The idea sprung to life when the two of them met randomly at a stage play of Umberto Eco's book The Name of the Rose at a theatre in Gothenburg the year 2006. Both of them were very intrigued by the story and they ended up talking about how interesting it would be to make a theatrical and dark metal musical based on that kind of a story. The conversation between them that took place in Gothenburg that bleak December night planted the seed that soon should grow to be the concept of Opera Diabolicus- The concept of combining the dark elements of music and theatre in alliance with musical excellency.