Run with the Wolves is utterly awesome and if there was a title track for THE DARK GODDESS, this would be it. What amazes me is how a piece of work that's just three or four minutes long can strike so deep. There's something elemental about it, you just want to bang your head. It's as primitive as an expression as you can get.
I'm listening to it right now, for the third time in a row.
Okay, we've got drums, guitars, a thunderous beat so it's not the words that are relevant, not it this case. But think about Johnny Cash, the Beatles or (fill in your favourite) and you know what I mean. You could write hundreds of pages, thousands, and never touch the pure emotion of music. It needs no translation (haven't you ever been moved to tears by a song you couldn't understand?), it needs no understanding, it's that fundamental.
Rewriting THE DARK GODDESS. I'm sharpening all the edges just before I send it off to the publishers.
March is also the month the publicity machine comes alive. More on that as it happens.
Also, have you seen the Watchmen yet? Much better than I expected. I must admit, part of that is I was never a huge fan. Of Alan Moore's work I prefered 'V for Vendetta' (and quite liked the film too) and 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' (ditto. I loved Dorian Grey).