As one of the Teen Titans'
As one of the Teen Titans' most memorable enemies, Trigon has shown up to menace nearly every incarnation of the team, but what is it that makes this demon so memorable? Join us as we dive into the forbidden history of Raven's fearsome father and all the havoc he has wreaked.
Trigon, unstoppable avatar of evil and bringer of doom, began his immortal life as a mistake on the part of the good guys. Centuries ago, a band of humans who were weary of human suffering created a haven between dimensions, the place that would become Azarath. It was paradise built by human hands. Led by Azar, a visionary mystic, the pacifists of Azarath decided to cement their utopia by purging it of all evil.
At first, they seemed to have succeeded in this monumental task, but the dark energy began to coalesce into something altogether darker. Ages passed, until a sect on a doomed and distant planet summoned a dark spirit in a last-ditch attempt at survival. The cast-off energy inhabited a woman of the order, and nine months later, Trigon was born. His first act was to slaughter his mother and her compatriots, which was the beginning of a long and bloody career of conquest. Keep watching the video to learn the untold truth of supervillain Trigon.
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Accident of Azarath | 0:17
Heart of Darkness | 1:07
Enter: The Titans | 2:16
Victory and Death | 3:40
Sibling Rivalries | 4:52
R-E-S-P-E-C-T | 6:11
Psimon Says | 7:20
Bombshells Trigon | 8:51
Demon Dad | 9:45
Trigon is a sexy b!#€h!!!!
I wouldn’t call an inter dimensional demon a supervillan
What are these live action clips from
Pretty sure trigon stomps all beings in the mcu besides toaa he was Lucifer lieutenant which mean he is crazy strong and he went toe to toe with the presence one time
Ngl dc stomps marvel any day
Yes Trigon, please kill all of Raven's friends in TTG.
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And I thought he was just a sack man.?????????????
I had the great [Or less than great] fortune of having watched Ray from the very start. As a Patriots fan relocated to Baltimore in 99 there was so much riding on everything in the NFL. It was so wide open at that moment. I loved the Patriots but knew we needed so much more. TV provided Ravens, so we watched Ravens. We were not fans as such but I was going to watch football no matter what. What Ray did for the position and eventually the rivalry with the Patriots and what they eventually became and all the mutual respect given, I'll never regret loving the Ravens and what they did in that unreal Superbowl [I was there on Belair Rd in the city when they won], and the subsequent Patriots Dynasty that was to become the greatest run in NFL history made Ray's and the Ravens runs so stark in comparison. The greatest ever is an easy mantle to hang on Ray and his unreal accomplishments. There will never be another at that position worthy of his greatness.
what i really respect about Lewis is all these are clean. He is an overall amazing player.
The only person that could stop Derrick Henry
Ray is one of the main reasons I became a diehard Ravens fan!
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Order your Blu-ray + CD copy of Drive Home from the Kscope store: http://bit.ly/15y0h18
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New 2 disc set from Steven Wilson featuring unreleased tracks, videos, live recordings and high-resolution audio -- available on Blu-ray & CD and CD & DVD
In February 2013 Steven Wilson released 'The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)', his third solo album. The album was a huge critical and commercial success, earning numerous 5 star reviews and charting well across the world, debuting at #3 in the German national chart, #28 in the UK top 40, #57 in the US Billboard top 200, #16 in Holland and #17 in Finland.
Prior to these dates, Drive Home, a new audio-visual package will be released as a Blu-ray & CD set and as a CD & DVD set.
The Blu-ray and DVD feature the new video for lead track 'Drive Home' along with the video for 'The Raven That Refused To Sing', both directed by Jess Cope. They also include four tracks recorded live in Frankfurt during the recent tour.
In addition, the Blu-ray and DVD feature audio recordings of two previously unreleased tracks, 'The Birthday Party' and an orchestral version of 'The Raven That Refused To Sing'. 'The Birthday Party' was recorded in LA at the same sessions as the tracks that made up the album while the version of 'The Raven That Refused To Sing' is a new mix that strips the track back to just the orchestra and vocals.
All the songs on the Blu-Ray and DVD are mixed in both stereo and 5.1 sound, including the two audio only titles. The audio on the Blu-Ray is full lossless 96/24 throughout. These tracks are also included on the CD, along with the audio from the live tracks and an edit of 'Drive Home'.
Disc 1 - Blu-Ray (Region 0, NTSC) / DVD:
1 Drive Home (Video) 08:20
2 The Raven That Refused To Sing (Video) 07:49
3 The Holy Drinker (Live In Frankfurt Video) 10:25
4 Insurgentes (Live In Frankfurt Video) 04:30
5 The Watchmaker (Live In Frankfurt Video) 11:52
6 The Raven That Refused To Sing (Live In Frankfurt Video) 08:12
7 The Birthday Party 03:46
8 The Raven That Refused To Sing (Orchestral Version) 07:29
Disc 2 - CD:
1 Drive Home (Edit) 04:08
2 The Birthday Party 03:46
3 The Raven That Refused To Sing (Orchestral Version) 07:29
4 The Holy Drinker (Live In Frankfurt) 10:25
5 Insurgentes (Live In Frankfurt) 04:30
6 The Watchmaker (Live In Frankfurt) 11:52
7 The Raven That Refused To Sing (Live In Frankfurt) 08:12
Steven Wilson -- The Raven that Refused to Sing -- Awards
• 'ALBUM OF THE YEAR', Progressive Music Awards 2013
• #1 album, Critic's Choice Poll, PROG magazine
• 'GIG OF THE YEAR' - The Royal Albert Hall, PROG magazine
• #3 'MULTIMEDIA PACKAGE OF THE YEAR', 'Drive Home', PROG magazine
Steven Wilson was awarded the prestigious album of the year award for his recent masterpiece The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories) at the second annual Progressive Music Awards. The awards, organised by Prog magazine, were presented at a ceremony in London's Kew Gardens. Other winners on the night included Marillion (much of who's catalogue is available on Madfish, Kscope's sister label) who were named 'Band of the Year' and Family who won the inaugural 'Storm Thorgerson Grand Design Award' for the 14 CD career spanning boxset. More details on all the winners can be found here.
More than 7 years ago this song was released... it seems like time flies too much... so sad that life runs away
Who dislikes this song? Really? You came here, on purpose... Or accidentally, heard masterpiece and gave it a thumbs down? This is just about musical perfection folks.
Only 16K views? I'm sure most of those are my own and I have shed enough tears listening and watching to keep the River Exe down here in Devon overflowing for another decade at least.
In Drive Home, the main character crashes his car after becoming distracted and failing to pay attention to the road, causing the death of his girlfriend Lucy, who burns to death in a fiery inferno, trapped & unable to escape the car. Lucy is a reference to Lucifer (sentenced to burn in hell forever) - there's a hidden theme of human sacrifice to a merciless demonic god (Lucifer, but could just as easily be Moloch).
In The Raven that Refused to Sing, the female muse this time is the protagonist's deceased sister, Lily. Lily is a reference to Lility, infernal Hebrew demoness / sorceress, Adam's first wife (before Eve), who lost the job due to excessive demon summoning (don't blame me: Google it).
There's a bit more going on with Steven WIlson's music ;) The 4.5 (album / EP) reference harks back to 9 Cats, IMO, itself a reference to cat of nine tails, torture, the planet Saturn, and much more. But that'd be telling ;)