Following a successful nationwide tour, Arizona-based electronic rock band, A Life of Science, has returned to its origins with the premiere issue of its critically-acclaimed comic book, The Apneist. After exhibiting The Apneist at comic-cons across the country, the haunting tale of a violent robot apocalypse and one manís attempt to save the world has generated extensive praise from comic book fans and music aficionados alike. Written by singer and bassist James Keenan, featuring illustrations by Will Torres and coloring by Cliff Benoit, The Apneist revolutionizes our preconceptions of the imminent technological Armageddon within a classic story of love, loss, hope and death.
The Apneist comic book issue #0 is now available at comic and media arts stores across Arizona, including the following locations:
Comic Zone in Scottsdale
Pop Culture Comics in Tempe
Atomic Comics in Mesa, Chandler, and Phoenix
Jesse James Comics in Glendale
Cherry Frequency at Fiesta Mall
Greg's Comics in Mesa
Stinkweeds Record Store in Phoenix
Find The Apneist online at TheApneist.com and Abacus24-7.com.
A Life of Scienceís The Apneist is an innovative multimedia project, beginning with an album and comic book, and finishing with humanityís own beautiful and gruesome end. Join those across the country who are reading it today before it befalls us all tomorrow.
After all of the great music that came out in 2009 we have a lot to get ready for in 2010..... The Wiley One for instance. Kill It With Love is scheduled to come out in Spring of 2010. The Album features songs like"Go Green" and "Thank You New York" and the very much antisapated "Never Bored on a Board" This album is sure to bring a positive look on how music is evolving. I charge all of you to do one thing. Search for The Wiley One online you will find nothing but good times and great music by some great men!!!!http://www.youtube.com/no7kid
here is to all of the great mash ups of genre's please feel free to send me any good cross genre mash ups and I will post them on this blog.
Glove, Jason Mraz, The Roots, Justin Timberlake, The Wiley One, Ben Harper, De La Soul, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, all cross over genres throughout their albums, even the new Vampire Weekend album has some good cross genre mixes.