“As we all know, Suicide Ali’s single Perpetual check is based on the concept of chess. And there is an accompanying story to this concept…
Seems a big chess tournament was held in the royal court of Revandesh, a city or kingdom or something in Faifilseea, the world Suicide Ali’s concept takes place in. Those who made it past the preliminary round proceeded to take on the champion, and each challenger did so using their own original chess piece. Now, somewhere in the city/kingdom there was a beautiful, well-loved young woman who happened to be an artist/sculptor. Her masterpiece, Sailla, was on display in the town of Lorent, where it brought hope to the town’s citizens. She was a sociable, cheerful woman, but had a little trouble keeping her priorities straight between art and love. She ran away with her first love, but dumped the guy the next day because she decided her art was all she needed.
Then one day, this woman received a package from the chess champion himself. It contained some papers and a red box that seemed to stare right back at her when she looked at it. The box contained a king chess piece that glowed with a brilliant light, and the papers included a letter and photos of knight, bishop, and rook chess pieces. The letter said “You must join the chess tournament and collect the other three chess pieces. When you join the tournament and win each progressive round, you’ll understand.” She didn’t know much about chess, but she was so excited she immediately took off to join the tournament.
The rest of the story is left to your imagination… but those who have been following Suicide Ali’s blogs, images, and merchandise releases should know what (or whom) each of the four chess pieces represent. The red box containing the chess piece is also a hint - it represents Fumura no Hako, the vessel that carried the fallen god child, Bit el bedi (vocalist, Goshi), from Heaven to Faifilseea.”