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Bocalypse is the 7th full-length album from the smiling boatman and rock n' roll lumberjack Mintaka. It was named after Hal Pewick's art exhibit, Eon Bocalypse, which depicted countless penises in blue ink.

The genesis of Bocalypse occurred to Heath Peabody and Hal Pewick when they were attending a pornography convention in Ohayer, Massagongas (Raincoat Meyers was absent due to his boxing match with AIDS). After discussing the discus and pillaging some pills, they couldn't fall asleep and began an in-depth analysis of Conan O'Brien 's analysis of Eon Bocalypse. The resulting report, "Stozhjd" was quickly slipped under an unknown citizen's door and forgotten for 45 years.

Although Bocalypse was completed on December 16, 2011, it was not released until a year later. This was because a team of crooks stole a section of "Ong Bocalypse" and were trying to use it gain freedom for Chechnya, despite being art school dropouts. Raincoat Meyers attempted for 8 months to stick his fingers through his cell phone to get the track back, but to no avail. Eventually, Terry Stieve screamed "DIEHARD!!!11" and destroyed the crooks, and returned the track section to Mintaka. Then he died.

The music on Bocalypse was made by collaborations between each member. One member would create a section of a track, then pass it to the next member and so on.

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