Saturday, June 15, 2013


The fetid spectre of rock n' roll rears its weary head on "Double Noise Gonzo," a sick track by track rework of Ted Nugent's eponymous debut album.  In working with this material I tried to tap into what I feel must have been Ted's mindset at the time, a lustful hedonism combined with ridiculous swagger and ego resulting in some of the more bombastic and layered wall material I've created.  This one is cranked to 11 with an insane amount of psychedelic texture and crunch.  Abrasive but strangely beautiful at the same time, I feel I've captured some of what Nugent was getting at and gone beyond, creating a monolith of rock gargantua that pays homage to and completely destroys its source material.  This record was really fun to make, and hopefully it'll tear your face right the fuck off.
Packaged in a DVD case in a limited edition of 5 hand-numbered copies.  $15 ppd. in the United States, $27 rest of world.


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