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KLF’s plans to build pyramid from ashes of the dead looking close to realisation

The KLF’s long vaunted plan to build a pyramid of bricks containing the ashes of the dead look close to realisation, as details of the fifth Toxteth Day of the Death surface.

The original Toxteth Day of the Dead was part of the band’s weekend of events in Liverpool in 2017, bringing a self imposed 23 year hiatus which the band announced after burning £1million on film in 1994.

The event in 2019 saw marchers make a pilgrimage to the inaugural brick in the planned pyramid, said to contain the ashes of the burnt £1million.

However, instructions for this year’s event on November 23 in Buxton, Derbyshire, include a warning that there will be a “two mile walk to the bricklaying site – It may be cold, It may be wet,” before adding that “PYRAMID BUILDING is HEAVY DUTY.”

Pre-emptively answering the obvious question about the event’s location, the instructions state:

Why Buxton not Toxteth?

Toxteth is a State of Mind
L8 is The World

X marks the spot

Until the People’s Pyramid has a final resting place
Whilst the People’s Pyramid is small enough to be moved
Toxteth will be sought wherever The JAMs see fit
and K2 Plant Hire Ltd can send operatives.”

The bricklaying will be followed by hot stew and musical entertainment at the ‘K2 Works Kanteen’ – at Buxton’s Palace Hotel.