May 2006: It's the beginning of the middle of the beginning of the last half of the decade. Let's face it, the way we listen to music has changed a lot, even in just the last two years. In case you haven't noticed, we are in the begining stages of a new musical 'cycle' that is more accessible and far-reaching than ever before. Of course we still buy records and CDs, and we still go see bands regularly and travel, but just the act of getting the finished recordings right to your ears within the time it takes to record and upload is an amazing progression in itself. The sheer ability to send songs via email, along with file sharing sites and just plain downloading has made the music we love all come right into our lap with the greatest of ease with just a few simple strokes. We know that, you know that. And with so many new media portals like Youtube.com and Myspace.com, you can find yourself occupied for hours combing through millions of different choices, and find new and exciting sights and sounds on a daily basis, from all over the globe. VictimofTime.com will provide you with a useful "central" tool to check out nightly live show listings for your favorite local venues (eventually all across the country), and we'll also feature weekly spotlights on what you need to be looking out for in the best underground music, past, present and future. In addition, we'll have guest commentary from some of Hollywood's lowliest personalities to enliven the rhetoric in the most ridiculously wonderful ways. In order to get a jump on your local weekly papers, every Wednesday morning we'll have new updates, breathtaking live photos, and instantly-gratifying links to check out, in addition to the ever-expanding database of venues and live listings reaching the majority of metropolitan areas all across the country. All this, all on one simple, easy to use site that doesn't require you to update your software, crash your computer, or use a password. Yep, you've got it real easy from here on out.