48-page album containing 6-track CD/EP (Jemma Press, Piraeus, Nov 2009)
Written and drawn by Con Chrisoulis
What began as an effort to self-publish a comicbook of a pretty straight-forward adaptation of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four with a twist, ala Bowie's 'Diamond Dogs', turned out to a full-on glam-rock concept album, titled 'Intro Spective Fusion and the Syndicate Revolution', albeit with a post-punk sound, which was written and scored by me and performed in Greece, in character as Intro Spective Fusion, the album's protagonist and a futuristic revolutionary, with my then band Autodivine from 2005-2010.
Everything looked peachy and promising for a while; alas after so much effort, the band split up in Jan 2010..
As I am writing this (Mar 2012) a new concept album is being written, which will feature many elements of 'Intro Spective Fusion & the Syndicate Revolution', but with a whole new storyline and sound, which I'll perform with a new UK ensemble. More news on that will also be announced at a later date!
Below is the last performance of Autodivine on the popular Greek TV show, 'Radio Arvila' (Jan 2010). We played 'Birth (& the Teenage Years', which was the first track of the EP and the introduction to the concept album.