Blue Öyster Cult is the eponymous debut studio album by the American hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released on January 16, 1972 by Columbia Records.
Apocalyptica's first two albums consisted mostly of cover versions; Cult was their first album to feature mainly original composition. Here, Apocalyptica also started using distortion effects much more boldly and frequently, which gave the album a more orchestral sound.
Calibanus is a genus of two species of flowering plants, both evergreen succulents from dry areas of northeastern Mexico. The APG III classification system places it in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Nolinoideae (formerly the family Ruscaceae. It was formerly included in the Agavaceae (now Agavoideae) but is now separated from them, for it is polycarpic and dioecious. Its name refers to the monster Caliban, an antagonist in Shakespeare's The Tempest. Calibanus is dioecious. It is extremely drought-tolerant, with a slow-growing habit.
Calibanus hookeri Photo by: Sándor Horváth Blooming habit. Origin and Habitat: North central Mexico (Hidalgo, Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi). Habitat and ecology: It grows in grit, in a dry mountainous habitat, where it receives quite copious water in the short growing-period. These plants are very drought tolerant, and have developed a caudex (water storage organ) at and below ground level, a common survival strategy in dry climates. Synonyms: Calibanus hookeri (Le. Trel. Beaucarnea hookeri Baker.
Dimmu Borgir - Death Cult Armageddon (2003).
Vivero de Cactus y suculentas, Fundamos, . Cactus y plantas suculentas San Pedro.
Elements is a logical progression from the last album, says CALIBAN guitarist Marc Görtz. But we definitely expanded the range of music on Elements. It’s going in extremely different directions. It’s heavier, but also more melodic. Also, Andy is doing all the vocals-harsh and clean-on the new album. Written over early summer through the fall of 2017, the main components of Elements took more time to complete due Görtz and CALIBAN’s exacting standards