A Halloween tale with a moral.

It’s Halloween. Sami is lying in his bed after a stressful day of trick or treating. He’s had to wash his hair because kids kept throwing eggs at him while shouting “Retard Weirdo!”, and after eating the entire contents of his treat bag, he’s feeling dozy.

He thinks back to when his friend Tami convinced him to climb inside a toilet bowl. There was some terrible stereotype, she said, that Sami could dispel by putting his head in the toilet. As soon as Sami was inside the toilet, someone kicked it and it started rolling… Sami was not concerned about who had kicked the bowl, despite the fact that there was no one around but Tami.

He was rolling downhill now, towards the sewage tank. “I’m picking up speed!”, he thought to himself, gleeing with pride. “I must be headed towards a bright future!”.

Then the kids outside threw another egg at his window, and he woke up.

A Halloween tale with a moral.

The division of labour according to Lord Vicar.

Lord Vicar have been hard at work trying to recreate the success levels of Kimi’s previous band for the third time, and since they’re not recluses like Sami, they have been very generous with their facebook posts…

Through them, we learn that drums, bass and guitars are all in the can.

Let’s have a look at exactly how it all went down…

Drummer recording drums. Good with us.


Drummer recording bass. Even better. Won’t be just root notes this time.


Serial muncher posing with bass. Mmmkay. Whatever keeps him from the donut box.


Wait a minute! I hear you ask… Where was the bass player in all this?

Ah, right.


We literally can’t wait for the new album. Not only will there be real bass this time, but also the lack of new episodes of The Office (UK, of course) has left us wanting some dapper comedy.