Tuesday, January 6, 2009

NOCTURNAL LOS ANGELES







above: nighttime in los angeles (recent documents)

accompaniment: cold cave "painted nails", swans "filth", "the wrestler" daron aronofsky, circle "katapault", dälek "gutter tactics", harvey milk - weston sessions, roger doyle "the ninth set".

16 comments:

Wojciech Felczak said...

Great photos.

::Andre:: said...

Temptative photos for the next album artwork? :)

One thing you never answered me is where does the pictures from Panopticon comes from? Is Los Angeles? Where is it?

lateralis said...

Nice lights on this pics (especially the green one) :)

Pancake Lover said...

spooky!

Noel Dávila said...

Nice shots. What's with the blood?

Christopher said...

Great photographs!

There's been some speculation on a Tool fansite about which of the 4 members of Tool will appear on the new album. I doubt you could answer this now but, it does sound a bit like Maynard is singing in the background of the second studio video you posted during the rodeo-off. ;)

sasquatch said...

^ nigga ran game on a nigga.
Needless to say, he's buck-wild with the trigger.


Shatterproof.

Isto é Impossível.. said...

Greetings from a young boy in Portugal!

Can't help you with the trading records or anything but just wanted to show you something I'm doing for school, based in the concept of Oceanic ( kind of a tribute if I may dare to try such a thing!).

Maybe you will like it, this is the first part:

http://img167.imageshack.us/img167/8004/isistributelz7.jpg

Ok, thanks. Keep up with your wonderful work and have an excellent 2009!
I wish the same for all the Hydrahead 'krew' out there.

::Andre:: said...

Isto é Impossível, não consigo ver...

Mike said...

Haha yeah the second one would make a neat album cover.

@Christopher I would guess Justin Chancellor just like before.

Bartosz said...

to the guy from portugal: great stuff man, and I mean it, looks rad!

I've heard the new track from the Scala show, sounds pretty good but can't really judge since it's kinda shite in quality. Can't get over the loss of OCEANIC DVD though. Damn, I've been waiting for it since it was revealed by JKB on his blog. I mean, isn't there any way we could take a peak at it? Even on youtube or some other vimeo, even a footage from a single camera... argh, damn it!
Cheers guys, keep up the good work.

Milla said...

I like the light in these pictures, especially the last one, it is very melancholic.
Not sure about the drops of blood, maybe because I am a woman and the picture reminds me of my periods. Hope I'm not offending... and if I am, well, tough shit, as we say in London.

Aaron said...

filth is a great record.

Anonymous said...

i'd like to know where the cover shot of panopticon was taken as well...

Jan Desaegher said...

Nice Job. We're a french Black-Metal band and we'd like to contact you about the possibility to work with you on the design of our upcoming album. If you want to discuss it, contact me at jdesaegher@wanadoo.fr

The Steel River Savior said...

Man... I honestly feel like I relate to you on a primal level, from your music / art / world view. Just wanted to say that. Isis is the reason I started playing guitar!

--Scott