I think it should be noted for clarity that I am not on a desert island; I am in my office, in the North East of England. And it is raining outside.
Perspective is an odd thing. Imagine a shape. From one point of view it is a triangle; from another it is a circle. Two people seeing this shape would fight to the death to defend the view that the other person cannot be right.
I love words; I love music; I love to cook. I also, kind of, like recipes where they are written as something to read, not purely as some kind of technical document. They’re entertaining, no?
I want to see galaxies smash together, and stars burn down planets. I want to see things I could have never imagined. Science Fiction has the answer.
I am a huge metal fan, but I have gaps. I mean, you can’t like everything, can you? I don’t tend to like genres or subgenres as a whole: I like songs.
True trailblazers – bands who create new forms of expression – have no limit on the numbers of permutations available to them. They have no need to repeat themselves, so why not create another “something new”?