Friday, September 24, 2010

No face for the Crowd

Scattered Violence was an esoterrorist band from Utah.  Jordan Jordan was obviously rebelling from his mormon roots when he took up the esoterrorist movement.  Some part of him was still very uncomfortable with his path in life.  He could not perform facing the crowd instead playing his guitar with his back turned.  Oddly, it has now become impossible to find any pictures of his face at all.  Even his old drivers lincenses have turned up missing.  Some say one the faces here on their cover for their album, "Glories," actually belonged to Jordan Jordan but that is probably just an unfounded rumor.  His face may now be never known, even his friends cannot remember, but his music lives on.

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