(via dirt-babe)Source: k-alkunn
Incubus | Make Yourself
If you let them make you
They’ll make you papier-mâché
At a distance you’re strong until the wind comes
Then you crumble and blow away
If you let them fuck you
There will be no foreplay
But rest-assured they’ll screw you complete
'til your ass is blue and gray
You should only make amends with you
If only for better health
But if you really want to live
Why not try and make yourself?
We sail through endless skies,
stars shine like eyes, the black night sighs.
The moon in silver trees falls down in tears,
light of the night.
The earth, a purple blaze
of sapphire haze in orbit always
While down below the trees,
bathed in cool breeze,
silver starlight breaks down the night.
And so we pass on by the crimson eye
of great god Mars, as we travel the universe.
(via shitaddsupatthebottom)Source: ioyotetu
Every city in America has at least one Gothic club. In New Orleans, it’s the Blue Crystal. When a band like the Cure is in town, the Blue Crystal throws a party after the show. The club called Reznor, the closest thing they have to a local dignitary, to invite him to the Cure after-show party. Further conversation revealed that the only way the Cure would show is if Reznor is there, too. You can’t hear it anywhere in Nine Inch Nails, but Reznor is a Cure fan from way back. He considers the Cure’s The Head On The Door” one of the best records ever.” His favorite description of himself: “Robert Smith with a head cold.”
"I end up going to the club, and surprisingly, everyone from the Cure is there. And the bartender calls me over and says, ‘Robert really wants to talk to you.’" Reznor smiles, makes a face that says: You mean I have to meet one of my teen idols in a goth club in Louisiana? Now? In front of all these people?
"It ends up," Reznor says, "me and him, hugging on the dance floor. He’s like, ‘I love you, dude,’ and I’m like, ‘I love you too, man.’" The Cure fans formed a loose circle around the pair while New Order’s "Blue Monday" pumped out of the speakers. "It was the greatest scene," Reznor says.
"We were both fairly incoherent," he feels compelled to add."