BMG wanted to put this out there again as preparations go into the next episode in case any of you hadn’t seen this yet. This is very important for all artists.
In this first, pilot episode of The Murder of Prometheus, S. Boutwell, a.k.a. Shawn Ames, of now classic epic progressive metal band Lord Bane, explains the mysterious world of international star making, witchcraft, and mind control – along with all of the incredible stories surrounding the Lord Bane.
What happened to Lord Bane? Why did they break up? Was Shawn’s death in 1996 an accident?
The Murder of Prometheus is the story of a small band of young artists, surrounded by intrigue, international petty crime, and now the rerelease of what one fan of prog metal said was… “The most important album for the history of Epic Progressive music. And now, the 1st installment.
Recently Shawn released his debut novel.
New York Times Best Selling Author, William Bernhard… “Though reminiscent of A River Runs Through It, Cold Mountain, and the best of Faulkner, Moon in the Mist is a unique and brilliantly original work. Prepare to be mesmerized.”
1964, Freedom Summer. Mississippi Burning.
Shawn’s debut novel: Moon in the Mist-Sleep Swimming. Click on the book cover to get a copy.
After three long years. Two for the writing, and one for lots of stressing. I’ve decided it was time. And I have no words for an explanation. Other than, I wasn’t sure if I should release it under my name for personal reasons.
My grandfather used to tell the story of a boy who would sleep walk to the creek, and literally swim in his sleep. It was very dangerous. If he was discovered gone at night, when his parents got to the creek, they couldn’t wake him up for fear of him drowning. They could only watch him. And keep him safe. This is where the genesis of the story is. I did some research and discovered that it is a very rare disorder. People who swim in their sleep.
Being from Louisiana and growing up in Mississippi I was exposed to racism. Mississippi Burning has always held a special place in my heart. And it is the event, not the movie I write of.
It is 1964. Mississippi. Freedom Summer. Lucius Krum sleep walks to the creek and swims in his sleep. On one occasion – while asleep – a murder occurs. He would have witnessed it. The only problem… he was asleep.
Set in the racially charged, 1960s, deep south, during the civil rights movement: a family is divided. The KKK, murder, and a psychological Southern Gothic tale of Love, Deception, and the most evil men in our nations history are sown together in this masterfully woven psycho drama.
To get a copy of Moon in the Mist, click on the cover graphic above. To explore, please click the links below.