Smihilism Twitter Logo

Smihilism's logo on their Twitter

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Smihilism Records is the record label that Underline and Modern Synthesis were released under. The record company is owned by all the band members of Area 11.



Their Twitter avatar, since at least October 22nd 2014, features a man pushing what appears to be an eye or a record up an incline. This is perhaps a depiction of the Greek Myth of Sisyphus, who was forced to push a boulder up a hill everyday, only to have it roll back down.

This perhaps relates to the idea of nihilism, as Sisyphus' actions have no meaning.

The eye(?) in the logo and the reference to Greek Mythology perhaps suggests a relation to Digital Haunt.

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Smihilism website

(This website appears to be unrelated to Digital Haunt, having been made in 2009 with no updates since, and not having anything that regarding DH, Sparkles* or Area 11 on it.)

Proof that Area 11 own it:

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Just before the dates for the San tour were announced, the 'about' section of Area 11's Facebook page consisted of, and only of, "A new way of thinking". When viewed on a computer [haven't checked on other devices], this is situated directly below their Record Label, Smihilism Records. Nihilism, something that the name 'Smihilism' is believed to be based on, is described as "The philosophical view that the world, and human existence in particular, is without meaning, purpose, truth or value." [source]. The idea that the world is without truth or purpose is referenced in a line from 'Override [A]', "solipsistic sentence you'll face". Could Smihilism be a variation of Nihilism? A blog and Facebook page called Smihilism was created at the end of 2009, and it is said there that the word smihilism is an amalgamation of the word 'smile' and 'nihilism'. However, it is uncertain that this is in any way related to the Digital Haunt as it was created so long ago, however it could potentially have been a factor of the Digital Haunt.
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