It is my specious pleasure to be addressing you in the fullness of time. My name is Zombie Orwell. You will be hearing a lot from me in the coming months as we ratchet up the intensity of our Zombie Rights Revolution.
I wish all of you safe human-hunting. Please message me (ZOMBIEORWELL@GMAIL.COM) if you have questions or free tacos.
The Destructzord has been absolutely abuzzing with headlines saying Blah Blah Infinite Blah Blah Blah.
It appears Infinite is the only thing we Dzord dwellers want to discuss these days. So, I suppose I should give you people what you want. And I know exactly what you want.
You want Infinite.
You want me.
You want discussions.
Therefore you want me to discuss Infinite. Frankly I don't know why you all want to discuss something so old, but here we go!
The style of Infinite has caused much numerous controversy. People say the main man behind it has changed the style of his art in order to be more popular. This is incredibly true. Place your oculars upon the following words from Infinite:
"In the midst of this insanity I found my Christianity."
"Just in case you don't remember me I'll run your brain around the block to jog your fuckin' memory."
"You couldn't see me with binoculars. I armed like an octopus. Step on stage and you'll get socked and pushed."
"I never gave a fuck and now I give a fuck less."
Notice the desperate pleas to be popular? The artist behind Infinite basically says I am a Christian who likes jogging. I am a defender of animal rights. I vow to swear less. Please buy Infinite because I am just like you! Let's be friendly!!
Infinite has also been accused of adding unnecessary levels of violence in order to sell more copies. Have some more words from Infinite:
"He'll stab you with a sword, don't be fooled by his charm."
"I felt a butcher knife slash in one of my thighs... He promised to come clean. I took his butcher knife and jabbed it into his spleen, cuffed him at the scene and dragged the fella home, beatin' him over the head with a telephone."
It's sad that the artist doesn't trust his vision to be successful without adding over-the-top violence. He is a gifted narrator, but clearly he's just using violence as a crutch.
My personal opinion of Infinite? It's good. Real good. Even Orwellian at times. That's not an adjective I use lightly. You can stream it for free here. So do that.