Tuesday, March 10, 2009
We had a band cancel on us this month so Daniel took a last minute job working on the new Unwritten Law CD. We typically record metal at Lambesis Studios, but it's good to know that Daniel is capable of recording other genres of music. Additionally, with this unexpected down time, I decided to begin writing songs for the next Austrian Death Machine release. I am going to make it my goal to release a new CD every year. Finally, starting next week, we will be working on the debut release for a cool new band called Destruction of a Rose.
Monday, February 16, 2009
When working with Sworn Enemy, if I wanted to give the band dudes a hard time (bust their ballzz as New York dudes say)... I would make them Wikipedia, or as Lorenzo calls it "winky-pinky" AUDIO ENGINEER and have them read the definition aloud to point out how I go above and beyond the description of the job to ensure that their record is sick. It's all in good fun of course.
So, in a guitar tuning moment, I "winky-pinkied" Sworn Enemy to find a hilarious, awkward picture of them... although the definition had us cracking up because it labeled them as a thrash/metalcore band from New York that was managed by Tim Lambesis from As I Lay Dying (in case you don't know-Tim doesn't manage them, he's only produced their records). Anyway, I realized that the picture posted of them is actually worth a thousand words. Here's my take on it: Sal just ripped one that blew J-rad's hair back.. Sid caught the odor of it and Jamin is staring at the back of the Venue saying "YO.. who's that dude talking to my girl???... I promise it will only be funny if you guys check out that picture on Wikipedia, searching for Sworn Enemy as well as the Tim stuff... It was a great moment! So that's my first studio fun moment that comes to mind. There will be a ton more to come.
(And in case you don't want to try the link here's the picture from Wikipedia):
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