Tuesday, December 14, 2010

I Knew It!!!!

Our pals King Hell! have cracked the real-life Da Vinci Code. From their most recent Facebook entry:
Art historians have just uncovered hidden letters in the eyes of the Mona Lisa. One of them, an “L”, is believed to indicate the identity of the painting’s mysterious model, which investigation by our own King Hell Institute For Artistic Misrepresentation has revealed to be none other than…


...Lemmy.

Heh.

7 comments:

TMink said...

While I cannot yet call myself a Hellion, those guys are growing on me! King Hell, we need more media.

And here is hoping all the guys in the band have a Hellish Christmas.

Trey

Samwell said...

Thanks for the mention Steve, and we'd like to invite all of you highly educated PowerPop readers to donate to our Institute For Artistic Misrepresentation, where a gift of just $50 will get you a pup tent on campus named after you.

Much more media on the way Trey; working overtime right now to get a couple new tunes into our set next show. (An EP will be our next release.) I won't be crass and post show info here, but it's all on our website, and there's a new video for "A Bastard Like Me" up on our YouTube channel.

Metal regards,
Samwell

Brooklyn Girl said...

HA! Too fucking much.

Hey Samwell, if you're hanging around: the cover of "Hungry Like the Wolf" is beyond perfect ... how about tackling "Summertime Blues" (the Blue Cheer version)? :-)

TMink said...

I have watched a Bastard Like Me and enjoyed it thoroughly! But as an old fart, I look forward to the EP more!

Trey, who wishes you all a wonderful Christmas.

Samwell said...

Brooklyn Girl, that's a great idea! What a cool track. The sticking point is getting King Hell to agree on, well, anything, but specifically covers. Some of us want to cover Cameo, others Joan Jett, myself I favor the The Gap Band (and Billy Joel, but whatever). I'll throw Blue Cheer out to the fellas!

Brooklyn Girl said...

Billy Joel? Yeah, I can just imagine your cover of "Uptown Girl" ...

Samwel said...

Actually, “Big Shot”. Unfortunately, the rest of King Hell are creatively blind, and can’t see the brilliance of my idea (but, y’kno, that’s often the case with creative geniuses in their time). Further showing their ignorance, they mock me for having Joel’s entire catalogue loaded on my iPhone; I take revenge by playing “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant” in our van.