So, get this: Vessel III from Sleep Token supposedly had their birth certificate leaked online. Fans were freaking out, thinking, “Who does that to a band that thrives on mystery?” The leak was said to have happened in a Sleep Token Telegram group, which—talk about timing—shut down right after.
But here’s the kicker: there’s zero proof. Nada. Zilch. In the internet age, where everything sticks like gum on a shoe, there’s not even a blurry picture of this so-called leak. No screenshots, no whispers, nothing. Makes you wonder, right?
And why Vessel III? If you’re going to leak something juicy, you will go for the big fish, the frontman, Vessel (rumoured to be Leo Faulkner), not some side character. It’s like revealing Robin’s identity and expecting the same shock as Batman’s.
How would anyone link a random birth certificate to Vessel III without a neon sign pointing it out? Unless Vessel III’s name is actually “Vessel III,” which I highly doubt, you could slap that birth certificate on my forehead, and I’d still be clueless.
Then, as if by magic, Sleep Token wipes their social media clean and—surprise, surprise—announces a new tour, “Teeth of God.” Fans thought it was curtains for the band, but nope, it was just a dramatic prelude to their next act.
I’m not saying it’s a stunt, but if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck… Well, you know the rest. This whole saga smells more like a clever ruse to get us talking—guess what? It worked.