Nothing but the animals have survived the darkness, a darkness filled with demonic white-faced laughter. Saint Horseydarling, creator of all that exists and all that does not, he who had born Kunamaka for eight painful years, never saw it coming. For Kunamaka had already been converted by the pernicious Guy the Fly, the hateful creator of a cosmology of chaos and patricidal son of Saint Horseydarling-as had before them Mike Patton, Fantomas, Mr. Bungle, Peeping Tom, Radiohead, System of a Down, Electric Six, Danny Elfman, Elvis Costello and the other Elvis, although unbeknownst to the latter . . . But at the present moment, Guy the Fly is drowning in solitude and sorrow, after having taken over the Army of the Dead and executed all the other participants in the cosmology, starting with his father, and with the exception of Mr. Owl, your faithful and devoted narrator, me. After a first reckless album, a second epic creation has come to be, with 11 titles, all written under the scheming influence of Guy the Fly. 5 musicians, 5 guest stars, 1 lyric-writer, 1 stylist, 1 graphic designer, 1 stage director and 2 technicians, all combined their unique talents for the love of Guy the Fly, so that Kunamaka could only become The Big Royal Kunamaka Orchestra. The carnavalesque extravagance that characterized the band has made way to paradoxically more coherent forms of chaos. But the band continues to give performances of extreme, liberating energy at each show: the Nouveau Casino, the Sziget Festival or at the Coopérative de Mai for the Signes du K-Haut, with Vincent Ségal. On stage everything from the costumes to the videos is orchestrated so that the appearance of Guy the Fly with his faithful Seid servants will be a unique experience for audiences worldwide.