Friday, January 24, 2014


Last year, i was invited to participate in a private year-long cassette swap between a number of HNW artists.  I used the opportunity to explore new areas of my sound that I hadn't experimented with yet.  My resulting album, entitled "Ten Or Fifteen Times," was based again on Lindsay Lohan and had several pieces on it that have quickly become personal favorites.  My new albums "Adorning Oblivion" and "Oblivion Adorned" take elements of the work found on "Ten Or Fifteen Times" and unused sketches from those recording sessions and build them into new, fully-developed  compositions in their own right.
"Adorning Oblivion" is one epic construction based on synthesizer parts from some of the songs found on the tape.  Heavily manipulated, the piece is an incredibly deep and extended drone, like gasping for air in a tar pit.  As it progresses, it becomes noisier and far more intense, culminating in an absolutely epic distillation of drone, noise, krautrock, metal, and pure psychedelic wipeout.  77 minutes of kosmiche destructionism!
Packaged in a DVD case in a limited edition of 5 hand-numbered copies.  $10 ppd. in the United States, $23 rest of world.


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