Dead Dream City still dying…

Still have a few copies of the CDs for this split with TN’s Degtras. Get them while you can from either Wood & Stone Productions or by contacting me here. Downloads are available until there’s no more electricity, however.

 

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Universal Field Recording 1

Still going through the previous gowith recordings, as we await the final master of the latest recording session. The new gowith, which was recorded to tape at Zero Return by Jim Marrer and mixed and mastered completely to tape in the analog domain, should be in our hands any day now. Until then, here’s our last one, captured live at Sunbrimmer Records in Avondale Estate, GA.

New Witchchord on Bandcamp!

Materialize, the latest recording by Witchchord is out now on Bandcamp. This is our second release, and, while still instrumental and proggy, it’s a bit darker and heavier. Once again, it features the talents of Shane Gillis on guitar and keys, Tracy Harris on drums, Tom Sellers on keys and yours truly on bass. Artwork once again was done by Shea Goodwin. If you’re looking for some freaky prog rock, give it a listen and maybe a download!

Clawing/Offerbeest Split out now!

Two of the finest practitioners of unsettling and enveloping audioscapes team here for varied takes on drone, noise, and sonic wrangling.

Alabama’s Clawing is a collaboration between the prolific trio of Jeff McLeod (Gezoleen, Saragashum, Bert) Austin Gaines (Calques, Hadals, Japanese Women), and poet / spoken word artist Matt Finney (It Only Gets Worse). Their work here is an expansion on the ghostly world conjured on their masterful debut, Spectral Estate, with an unsettling aura that rests atop a current of anxiety and contemplation.

Offerbeest is one of the many guises for Dutch artist Maurice de Jong, perhaps best known for his work in the twisted black metal / experimental terror that is Gnaw Their Tongues. With Offerbeest, Maurice relies on analog synths to conjure bleak passages through demon haunts. High quality cassettes (edition of 100), digital downloads and streaming courtesy of Portland’s Nailbat Tapes.