Tagged: noise

The Universe, The Devil, The Hermit

My latest recording is now up for streaming and downloading on my Bandcamp site. It’s called The Universe, The Devil, The Hermit . . . and it’s a 20-minute piece inspired by the cards of the same name from Aleister Crowley’s Thoth tarot. Next to Thoss, it’s probably one of the most dense synthesizer/drone recordings I’ve done. I encourage you to listen through a capable system to experience the full depth and dynamics! Please enjoy!

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.