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Hypercenter

Hypercenter

Hypercenter


HYPERCENTER were a 6 piece fusion of chaos, strings, battery and grinding (both vocal and molecular compound), diverging as one body, one equation, dividing upon itself and any formulae that had succumbed to it. Perfect in its resonance and sociopathic in its nature, the HYPERCENTER entity humbly feasted on the ideals of logic and reason, visualised as a magnificent spark with limitless potential that soon engulfed all those who dared to touch its centre without losing a breath of inspiration. Read more on Last.fm
HYPERCENTER were a 6 piece fusion of chaos, strings, battery and grinding (both vocal and molecular compound), diverging as one body, one equation, dividing upon itself and any formulae that had succumbed to it. Perfect in its resonance and sociopathic in its nature, the HYPERCENTER entity humbly feasted on the ideals of logic and reason, visualised as a magnificent spark with limitless potential that soon engulfed all those who dared to touch its centre without losing a breath of inspiration. HYPERCENTER was born of pure hate and thus it showed its promise by hating those who loved it most. Nobody involved was left unscathed. HYPERCENTER is zero divided.

It is a point where nothing turns on itself, then sucks the life out of everything. Everything cannot escape the clutches of nothing. Throw into the mix lawsuits and hit men, and then we go beyond the realms of expectation. The entity developed a personality of its own. Major label interest, a sideshow circus of US managers and deranged bi-polar Australian investors, a chaotic mix of internal creative personalities, AUS $100,000, promise & praise & ego & the hype, drug fuelled paranoia & its sober cousin, hit men, lawyers, crazed Australian crop dusters armed with shotguns and yes, limitless potential....... This entity had it all. What has survived is what started it all, the music.

The sound of madness dividing upon itself. An infinite collection of ‘what if’s...”. All those that matter are still alive this day. As for those who don’t (the shrewd investor incapable of seeing past his own name in stars – matched only by the great Barusch, a short bald fat man with his head up every industry asshole licking away at the remnants of other people’s success and stopping every 15 seconds for a Kodak moment) well, they all lost something and we don’t really care for their continual troubles.

And we only care about those, whose intentions were honest. Those who suffered psychologically to bring the HYPERCENTER entity to the ears of many. Those six subjects who ate themselves apart so the world could be entertained. And of course, their families.

Those who suffered for believing in those they loved and in the entity itself. What is left is the where it all began. Devoid of industry. Devoid of businessmen. Solely the music, for you.

The only cost is your devotion and sanity. I have brought this to the surface now, unsure of the other subjects, but with the intention only to let the music be heard. There is no profit involved, no royalties, and no monetary bind to the music whatsoever. Just all that was and still is HYPERCENTER, available for you, to download for FREE.

Music should not be bought or sold. It belongs in its entirety to the universe for it is the voice of calculations. The HYPERCENTER entity is anti-capitalist. This is the mouth of socialism, screaming the tune of chaos.

And it is yours for FREE. Visit YOUR hypercenter catalogue at either: www.last.fm/music/hypercenter or www.myspace.com/hypercenter Valeu - Cian Sean McGee Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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