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Blood Cultures


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It was late 2013, when a panicked Mark Zuckerberg phoned an old rival, Tom (from Myspace), in a desperate attempt to devise a new money making scheme in order to replace his failing company.
As the only sure-fire way that they knew to make money, the two decided to make a band; but were once again faced with a creative block.
In order to overcome their lack of inspiration, they performed a blood ritual in prayer to their ancient religion by slicing open their palms and pressing them together. When Mark awoke in his apartment the next day, he had no memory of what happened during nor after their ceremony. The only remainder from that night was a music file on his computer from an unknown source, simply titled: "Blood Cultures"
After experiencing several nightmares consisting of ghoulish (yet sexy) Dementor Pirates compelling him to upload the file to the internet, he finally caved and obliged. The music grew, developing like a virus, seemingly taking on a life of it's own, eventually bleeding into our reality. He was no longer in control.
To this day, Mark Zuckerberg has never publicly denied his responsibility in the incident.


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