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Baghouse Sanctuary clip!

Baghouse live at The Sanctuary last Saturday night…

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More Joyless Noise

joynoiseFOUR with a tThe latest installment in my Joyless Noise series is now up for streaming and downloading. Joyless Noise, Vol. 4 is focused on towering walls of guitar, and features masterful contributions from my friends Marshall Marrotte (guitar) and Jeff Rieter (synth and Kydd upright electric bass). All basic tracks were recorded live with no looping, except for Jeff’s upright addition on track 3, which completely makes his track the beast that it is.

Once again, Austin Gaines contributed fantastic artwork to the series, with this image being a particular favorite of mine from the brilliant bunch.

Joyless 5 is already in the works with another special guest. As of right now, all tracks on the next volume will have a dazzling guest drummer…

More info soon! Until then, I hope you enjoy #4!

Baghouse visits Dr. Thoss…

Take a visit to author Thomas Ligotti’s mysterious doctor with Baghouse. This is a deeply weird, noise-laced, massive session from 2013, and is one of my favorites that we’ve done. Recorded live with no overdubs. Free to stream and download, so enjoy!

https://baghouse.bandcamp.com/album/thossian

Long-lost Website Update Found In Uranus

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Yeah. It’s been updated. After a long-ass time. Wow. Split cassettes, along with two more Joyless Noise volumes that have been finished and available forEVER. All there.

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Finished Joyless Noise, Vol. 4 tonight. The great Austin Gaines is working on cover images, and then it’ll be out there. This one’s primarily guitar-oriented, with amazing contributions from my friends Jeff Rieter and Marshall Marrotte. This is the most focused and massive of the whole series. Can’t wait for you to hear it.

Something New, Something Old, Something No…

We just posted three new No songs on our Bandcamp page. Well . . . actually there are two tracks. Two of them are ramrodded right smack into each other. Give ’em a listen, and you’ll see what I mean. We knocked these out in a day with Jamie Uertz at Sarcophagus in Auburn, AL. I feel like these are a bit different for us. Certainly on the guitar end of things.

Our friend Scott Bazar from Panama City, FL has created a wacko video to go along with the aforementioned ramrodding of “Insufficient Data/Wastage, Pilferage, Breakage,” too!

Next weekend on Saturday, August 2, I’ll be doling out some noise on guitar in Birmingham, AL with Baghouse for two sets at this year’s Secret Stages festival. We’re playing at 5:15pm on the Miller Lite stage, and again later that night at M-Lounge at 11:15pm.

Also, 14 new stories are up from the writing group at The Five Hundred. This month’s prompt was “Try not to think about it too hard.” My submission was Windowless Tower.