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I laughed so hard I nearly had a stroke.
My conception of Armageddon was a band given to excesses not available to those in this reality (more tresspasses develop as I continue to write). Some music nerdery abounds but apart from the background and first trilogy it will be carried over into the albums. I am slowly but surely piecing together the rest of their work two years later but I think I will have to rescue the article on Death before I can cap their first trilogy of studio albums.
I feel kind of bad about dragging Keith Relf into this, some time later, so I'll make my peace here. Keith Relf did help form the Armageddon to which this article owes its existence, though my CD booklet indicates that he wasn't looking to make a hard rock / progressive rock band at the time. The rest of the group members more or less led him down this path. Their sole release is semi-obscure, though I've read it's critically lauded. Keith Relf did die holding a guitar, though he was playing an ungrounded one in his basement, which this article vehemently denies (my article greatly exaggerates the legend of bathtub/guitar antics). He is married to Death, more or less, though he was terminally tired of touring. I guess what I'm trying to say is, well, sorry Keith for brutally twisting the facts of your life. Rest in peace. --Giant Hogweed 10:00, 11 June 2008 (UTC)