Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Friday, October 3, 2008
I.Q=00 surprised everyone including themselves and organizers when a Shopping Centre appearance turned into the biggest crowd for a non event ever. Expectations for the release of the bands new album are so high that there has already been advance orders of 3 million.
Friday, September 19, 2008
In a shock decision Michael (MR) Blanc was released from Wordsworth Prison earlier today after only serving 5 years of term that was deemed on sentencing “At the Governors Pleasure”
Blanc’s imprisonment was terminated early due to no concrete evidence of any of his confessed crimes. Blanc was considered a marked man in prison due to all the associates he implicated in his crimes, many dying in prison themselves others murdered in the Great Overlord Battle that happened during Blanc’s trial which almost closed the city with its wanton display of violence when warring factions fought for control of the city in Blanc’s absence.
These incidents and the following period brought about an unprecedented drop in violent and property crime that has not been known for centuries.
The release of MR Blanc has put the general public on edge fearing his early release will revert the city back to the “Bad Old Days” The Prime Minister has been quoted as saying “Justice – even if you don’t agree with it – has been the winner here”
Friday, August 8, 2008
The statue was unveiled by Shidot Records executive producer Mr. Sincerity.
It is believed the Prime Minister called by earlier for a viewing but as a fan not as part of an official ceremony.
The surviving two members of the band did not attend the unveiling.
The statue being viewed by a curious passerby this morning.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Speculation is rife that 5 years after the mysterious disappearance of the Rock star known only as Brother James of the Gregorian Punk rock band I.Q=00 is still alive and hiding.
James went missing the same night as the assassination type murder of magnate Hugh Jenning by the notorious M.R Blanc in London.
James has not been heard of since but stories of his whereabouts and supposed sightings over the years rival those usually associated with Elvis.
James as he assumed to look like now.
An earlier portrait of James
prior to success with the band.
One of the ever growing stories
peppering the tabloid press.