Saturn and Sons

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By BLAIR HUXMAN

Saturn and Sons
Midnight Delight

Saturn and Sons has finally released their must anticipated album, Midnight Delight. This death metal band is no stranger to controversy after their previous album, Screaming Babes, landed them in hot water. Fans and critics alike have been quick to praise Midnight Delight.

I met lead singer, Titan Cronus, for an interview to discuss his inspiration for his album. During the short interview, he described the impact of recently having a son with his wife. After his birth, he described his feelings, “It was such an emotional time for me. I just felt so much competition after the birth of my son, he could be a better musician than me. I wanted to make music to reflect this fear in me. Imagine what it’d be like to be a god of your art and a little jerk comes around and threatens that!” 

The other band-members were unavailable to interview, as per Titan’s insistence. The mysterious veil that surrounds this band continues to fascinate fans with Midnight Delight. Little is known about the band, and their notorious screechy screaming and distorted but impact lyrics only adds to their mysterious complexity. Recent press surrounding the controversy of their new album has shed little light on the band. Saturn and Sons is currently under fire and face a potential lawsuit for allegedly violating copyright law. Psychedelic rock legend known only as Goya, has claimed that Saturn and Sons stole his original album cover art for his album, Saturn Devouring his Son. When asked about the recent accusations, Titan, of Saturn and Sons, claimed original ownership of the album cover’s subject. In our interview he explained, “Yeah I can’t believe Goya is trying to rip off my work. I made this from my heart. The birth of my son inspired me to create the cover, how could Goya feel anything like that? He doesn’t even have a son! My album is raw, from the heart. It’s flesh ripping good.”

Editor's Note: Students happened upon a cache of hidden records with cover art from the Baroque masters. They were charged to investigate the vinyls. The above are their findings. 

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