On Halloween, horror metal act Reign of Vengeance released their controversial single “The Destruction of A Man: A.I. Love Machine.” Complemented by a full NFT collection enhancing the experience, the band is pushing the standard boundaries of music.
Reign of Vengeance has always been a Brutal, Bloody, Horror-Story-Themed, and Blackened Death Metal band. They combine elements of old-school, new-school, and synth metal to create their Brutal sound. This sound is completed and painted with violent and thought-provoking lyrics, often soaked with social and political commentary. The band’s lyrics and social media posts were deemed so controversial that they were banned by the United States Government from social media for an entire year in 2014 during Marshall Beck’s Family Court case.
Recently, RoV has begun experimenting with NFTs and the sale of digital assets using a Crypto/Web 3 platform on Pulsechain. This has been going extremely well for us and has given us access to extra resources, ensuring the continued progress, development, and future releases for the band.
Reign of Vengeance’s Tommy Gibbons states:
“I had some very odd and very public interactions with several different A-lister celebrity women while doing politics for the previous administration all over Instagram. It was later explained to me that some of these interactions were Psychological Operations being conducted on me by CORRUPT members of the Intel and Enforcement community. Especially, when it came to the one who was using a lot of my posts and information on Instagram to build a career for herself on one of the MSM News Outlets. We all know the one and who…
“After making alliances in the Crypto, Web 3, and A.I. industry with a Marketing and Incubation firm called Lunar Digital Assets, I realized what a possible threat A.I. presented to humanity and how important privacy and decentralization will be in the future because of my own awful experiences. Having my own privacy and cyber privacy severely violated by one woman in particular who executed what is apparently referred to as a ‘honey pot’/‘pig butchering’ operation for Intel and Ideas in order to build her own career, I figured writing a song and blending all of these themes seemed vital to relay the narrative as a warning to others and to ALL HUMANS to protect themselves from such scenarios.
“Obviously, in this song the man is not being manipulated, hacked, or stalked by a real woman who works for an MSM news outlet and so in this fictional depiction the monster of this tale is not on television constantly using her platform to taunt and degrade him. She is also not a pop-singer dancing around with knives on the internet every time she becomes jealous of the main character’s real life relationships with The Rogue Bunny Playmates. Grahahahaaa! Personally, I think the character in this tale I wrote for Reign of Vengeance ‘The Destruction of A Man: A.I. Love Machine’ had it easy when compared to my very odd and puzzling scenarios…”