Victor & The Bully Deathbed Confessions album review


Deathbed Confessions Introduction

Deathbed Confessions is the debut album of Victor & The Bully, who have been around since 2013. During that time they’ve been busy touring around Britain getting their name known on the steampunk circuit. In this review, I’m having a listen to see if it’s worthy of staying in my CD collection.

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Edwardian Ball VII date confirmed

Photo by Marco Sanchez, used with permission

February 1, 2016: (Los Angeles, CA) – The 7th Annual Edwardian Ball returns to Hollywood’s legendary and storied Fonda Theatre on Saturday, February 27, 2016 for ONE NIGHT ONLY. The “epic and elegant yet seductively dark affair that enchants all of the senses,” according to, is a re-imagined turn-of-the-century world that presents an inimitable, description-defying, whimsical and surrealistic living interpretation and celebration of the late macabre cult author, comic artist, illustrator and cartoonist Edward Gorey. Continue reading “Edwardian Ball VII date confirmed”

Steampunk news round up 05/02/2015

Georgetown’s First Steampunk-Inspired Bar Opens Friday (blog) The drinks and food, however, don’t venture into Steampunk’s post-apocalyptic realm. Latté Da returns to Hennepin with a steampunk ‘Oliver!’ Minneapolis Star Tribune Latté Da returns to Hennepin with a steampunk ‘Oliver!’ Article by: GRAYDON ROYCE … A steampunk-inspired “Oliver!” is the largest production so far. Project Exergy wants to build a home computer that also heats your house The Verge With its bundles of tubes, scrappy welding, and old-fashioned dials, Henry the computer looks like something from the backroom of a steampunk … Minecraft PS4 & PS3 Update Gives Players A Breathe … Continue reading Steampunk news round up 05/02/2015