However, the recent resurgence in multiculturalism is making it increasingly difficult for the mainstream to simply dismiss the Diluvian culture as a bunch of fruitcakes in today’s politically correct environment.
Therefore, it seems appropriate to introduce a new generation to the Diluvian culture.
The swan song for the Diluvian culture was a two volume Greatest Hits compilation issued during 1892 and 1893 by Sir Henry Howarth called The Glacial Nightmare and the Flood.
The Glacial Nightmare – Volume I
The Glacial Nightmare – Volume II
In the later half of the 20th century the Diluvian traditions were again echoed by the collective talents of the Piedmonts. The publicity shy Piedmonts are rarely featured in the mainstream media but they usually made a very lasting impression upon anyone who was lucky enough to witness a live performance.
However, the failure of the Piedmonts to gain traction meant they always faced an impossible uphill struggle to overcome inertia and [therefore] it was inevitable that their support quickly melted away.
Currently, there is a Diluvian revival band from Greenland called Cliff and the Piedmonts. They have released a few albums but these have quickly faded away into oblivion because it’s been an impossible uphill task for them to break into the financially rewarding North American market.
Thankfully, elements of the Diluvian culture can still be stumbled across on the internet and it is the stunning photography of BRIAN JOHN that should cause everyone to pause for thought because BRIAN JOHN uniquely captures the essence of flowing ice as articulated by the last great Diluvian: Sir Henry Hoyle Howarth.