Thursday, November 19, 2015

Camp Blood pre-orders!

Cineploit just announced on their official Facebook page that they are now accepting pre-orders on the December release of my Camp Blood EP. This five-track 10" pic disc vinyl record features fun remixes of both Camp Blood and Voorhees Stomp off the Pre-Cert LP/CD, with additional tracks exclusive for this release.

As an added bonus, the EP features gorgeous artwork courtesy Andy Grail and Cursed Camp Studios, making it an audio and visual treat for fans of the iconic Friday the 13th franchise. The 8-bit video, directed by Aaron Romero, received positive feedback from both the horror and gaming community, getting write-ups and shout-outs by NECA, The A.V. Club, Retro Gaming Magazine, Tom Holland's Terror Times, among others.

Digital copies will be available starting December 1st and the vinyl be released on December 18th. Pre-order your copy for €16/$17 via Cineploit direct here.

In other news, the highly-esteemed label/distributor One Way Static announced that they've picked up my Pre-Cert album for distribution. LP only, you can "grab it before it grabs you" here.

Also, Bandcamp announced their new feature enabling you to buy the complete discography from an artist at a set price. I decided to sign up, so those wanting to take the full plunge can do so - with a 25% discount. Check it out here.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Pre-Cert album launch + video!

Happy Friday the 13th! Today marks the official release of the Pre-Cert LP and CD on Cineploit! To celebrate this, we've launched a Facebook event and you're all invited! Head on over here, make sure to RVSP, share it and invite your friends!

To celebrate even more, today sees the debut of my Silver Sphere video. A tribute to Don Coscarelli's cult classic Phantasm, the video is my recreation of the original 1979 trailer. You can check it out at the above mentioned Facebook event, or via my official YouTube channel here.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Pre-Cert vinyl!

And here they are! The LP version of my Pre-Cert album on Cineploit is now available! The pre-orders will start shipping out today, so those that acted fast should get their copies towards the end of the week (peeps in the U.S. etc. might wanna give it an additional week).

I've yet to receive my own copies, but Cineploit themselves stated that the album both looks and sounds great, and judging by the photo they sent me I'd have to agree. Wrapped in a gatefold sleeve tribute to Lucio Fulci's video nasty classic The House by the Cemetery, the LP is pressed on 180g high quality vinyl and you can get yours for €17/$20 (the LP/CD combo might still be available for €18/$21), plus postage, here. CDs are €10/$12 and you can get the digital download version via Bandcamp here.

This week also sees the latest issue of Deadline - Das Filmmagazin hitting the stores. The November/December issue of Germany's largest independent film magazine features Samuel L. Jackson, Turbo Kid, Star Wars, Eli Roth, Ian McKellen, Glenn Danzig and a pretty damn nice review of the Pre-Cert album! Official street date is November 11th and the price is €6,50. More info via their official website here.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Neon Vice Interview

Check out the all-new interview I did with Neon Vice this past weekend! Focusing mainly on the Pre-Cert LP/CD, we also cover grimy aesthetics, what the phrase "pre-cert" actually means, my soundtrack work and more. Read it in full here.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Pre-Cert digital

Here we go: Those wanting a digital download version of my coming Pre-Cert LP/CD don't have to wait any longer. As of today, the thirteen-track album is available via my official Bandcamp page. You can check it out here and give it a spin below.

The physical versions can be pre-ordered via Cineploit (CD €10/$12, gatefold LP €17/$20 and LP/CD combo €18/$21, plus postage) here and more streaming/download outlets like iTunes, Spotify etc. will be available starting November 13th.

While on the subject, the album just received a great review from The Active Listener. Summing it up as a "love letter to a bygone age", "truly beautifully executed" and "a huge amount of fun", you can read it in full here.