The captured skaters forced to undergo transformative surgery. As they are tied to
schoolroom chairs and forced to watch a promo video about their
transformations, labor and the sexbots. Vier is about to be forcefully
The camera that the SKATERS hid in the working mine area proves to the SKATERS
that Vier is alive. The WORKER MUTANTS tear apart the camera. The BIKERS
who are armed with metal bars, fire axes, and junk go to face off with the
Nearly all of the Will of the People are killed off by mutants. TRISH, GOOGAMOOGA
and KANGAZOO hide in some rubble. They radio back to the gas station base.
The plan the SKATERS come up with is conveyed over the radio. The SKATERS at
base set up a van as a SONIC DESTRUCTION Unit. Loudspeakers blaring NO
GOD ONLY PAIN, flanked on both sides by columns of SKATERS with light
bombs and pistols, it gets to the gate of the Echelon Agency building.
There’s no one guarding the gate. KANGAZOO and GOOGAMOOGA interrogate a
BIKER for the access code to open the front. When the van crashes through
into the foyer of the Echelon/bot.gov building, Vier recognizes the music.
The noise disables the MUTANT workers and the BIKERS. The SKATERS get away
with Vier in the van. When the music is out of earshot, both the MUTANTS
and the BIKERS join together to crash through the gates of the work area and
The TOP BRASS of the LIZARDS enter into escape space vessels. The ENGINEER
LIZARDS try to hide with the sexbots. The MUTANTS tear through the
kennels and fight the LIZARDS.
The LIZARDS crank up the poplaver music. But it doesn’t effect the Will of the
People BIKERS. The BIKERS fight the remaining LIZARDS fiercely. A sprinkler
system breaks out and floods the flames that cause the sexbots to malfunction.
On a global scale the mutants plan revenge with their international allies from
space. The SKATERS return to loot the Echelon facility for tetras and sexbots.
They look for surviving BIKERS to bring to their folds.
The review from http://www.Doom-Metal.com for No God Only Pain release ‘Roads to Serfdom’ s in! Am very pleased with this review (which in a nutshell) says the album is tough, substantive, and diverse sounding, despite very cheap production. That’s pretty much what I was going for with those songs when I wrote ’em. Please check out the review and support NGOP, as well as reading www.Doom-Metal.com to keep posted on what’s going on in this Doomed world.