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musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
musicnsneakers:


…Corvus Corax. an (eventually) eight piece German outfit that played exclusively dark ages era ‘pop’ (For lack of a better word, the band was focusing less on the church music which dominated the era, and were more concerned with the music of the man of the, uh, fief, if you will.) with authentic instruments, and period costumes…

iTunes' understanding of what defines 'pop' is decidedly fucking fantastic
(For the unenlightened out there who don’t know what Corvus Corax is, hold onto your knickers and your skull because this shit will blow you away
Corvus Corax is a German band that plays entirely medieval music. Not Gregorian chants and that uptight shit, but secular medieval music that you’d hear from traveling minstrels and schtuff if you were a peasant who regular enjoyed getting shitfaced at festivals after working in the field all fuckin-duckin day.
"So it’s like viking metal or medieval metal-"No. Read the paragraph above one more time, because it means that Corvus Corax wants to play authetic medieval music. As in sht that was actually played hundreds of years ago. You know what that entails? Primary-source research bitches. They research minstrels and records written by monks about ‘profane music’ (which means secular or non-religious in this context so get those Chaucerian thoughts out of your head right now). The thing is, no one but the monks and the nobles knew how to write - and like fuck would they get caught dead writing niceties about the music their muck-wearing, bad-smelling, plague-bearing serfs were listening to (it’s like you admitting in a blog that you listen to the bands your shit of a little sister listens to) - so how many records could they actually find? Few. But Corvus Corax doesn’t believe in ‘incon-fucking-vient’ when it comes to research, because if what they already did isn’t fucking metal enough, they made their own goddamn period instruments to play all this shit. And then put at least half of their songs into old medieval languages for shits and giggles.
And did they stop there? Fuckity hell no. They did a goddamn opera based on the original lyrics of Carmina Burana.
Can you fucking even with these guys because I cannot)
(Also their music just sounds fan-fucking-tastic in general so go listen to it right the fuck now)
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fox-n-brownsugar:

Monsters are feelings.
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wineforthree:

GOOD B Y E
wineforthree:

GOOD B Y E
wineforthree:

GOOD B Y E
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coolchicksfromhistory:


thelifeguardlibrarian:

mildhorror:

Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign. 
Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

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coolchicksfromhistory:


thelifeguardlibrarian:

mildhorror:

Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign. 
Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

Signal boost
coolchicksfromhistory:


thelifeguardlibrarian:

mildhorror:

Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign. 
Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

Signal boost
coolchicksfromhistory:


thelifeguardlibrarian:

mildhorror:

Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign. 
Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

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How to color eggs with onion shells.
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creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
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More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
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More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
—-x—-
More: | Featured Artists |
creaturesfromdreams:

Featured Artist #6: Mark A. Facey
Creature Journal is the Tumblr website of the artist Mark A. Facey and was, in fact, the inspiration for me to create this Tumblr.
His beautifully coloured drawings are a mix of fantasy and science fiction and come always accompanied by descriptions of the amazing creatures he paints.
Mark has recently published a PDF book with more than 52 illustrations, many of them you can see in this photoset, with amazingly high-resolution. The most amazing though is that it is selling for only $2! I’ve got mine and I don’t regret. You can buy it directly from his website or through this link:
Creature Journal Volume 1
More Mark A. Facey @: | Tumblr | Society 6 | CfD |
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More: | Featured Artists |
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punanainen:

Alexa Vega and Anthony Head hanging out in between takes on the set of Repo! <3
punanainen:

Alexa Vega and Anthony Head hanging out in between takes on the set of Repo! <3
punanainen:

Alexa Vega and Anthony Head hanging out in between takes on the set of Repo! <3
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