Showing posts with label P. Emerson Williams. Show all posts
Showing posts with label P. Emerson Williams. Show all posts

Monday, April 7, 2014

Spontaneous Creation, Art & Free Downloads



What am I on about with th lyrics here? Hard telling. I usually figure that out later... -P. Emerson Williams

Mask Our Fascination
Home where a carved grotesque imagination
Is the horror of the Art study, lies.
A declaration infected each sun
Forever with flawed wanderlust madness.

The undying prophesy, screen observations,
Monitor patrons, masquerade, argue art.
And Three red imaginary dream
Disguise words, on the knowledge possibility
Of innocence conjunction.

Identities, other Trouble, dimension Found.
Humanity, thoughts glow, all perpetuated time.
Scripted dispersion poison, the undying cloud,
That night still mask our fascination

The undying prophesy, screen observations,
Monitor patrons, masquerade, argue art.
And Three red imaginary dream
Disguise words, on the knowledge possibility
Of innocence conjunction.


P. Emerson Williams - Vox, Bass, Cello, Guitar
Ruddy Bitch - Drums
Pandora - Drums

Extraction Pencil Drawing
2014 P. Emerson Williams
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Icon Pencil Drawing 4 3/4" x 8 1/2"
2014 P. Emerson Williams
$55.00 + S&H
Born of spontaneous compulsion, a new track from Veil of Thorns comes our way. There is something big and far-reaching in the works for Veil of Thorns in 2014, but this is not connected. We have been warned there may be more single tracks in store...


Ideation Ante-Chamber 
But this cage decedents mushroom Intuition
Open tune in to sensationalism
Mythology of work that throne
Remnants cross rehearsal indicates
Work misery contorted books misleading
Up there by bleeding murder of rage
The figure creations discovery
Dwelling in restriction hands apply  
The hunger exploitation
Rarely Found beings grown strange
The ideation ante-chamber
Dying matters
Intelligent knife pleasure  
Dead around light dripping insanity blood model
Contains obscuring following static under the seeds
The quelling and innocence disease eating their arm
Just cannibals debate memory eating
Sacrifice a time realization that technology flesh artworks
Pervasiveness and glow denial words the abhorred
Straining felt in half-hidden power touch years of vision 
The hunger exploitation
Rarely Found beings grown strange
The ideation ante-chamber
Dying matters
Intelligent knife pleasure  
P. Emerson Williams - Vox, Bass, Cello, Guitar 
Ruddy Bitch - Drums 
Pandora - Drums 

Recorded at Abulafia Studio April, 2014



Monday, July 29, 2013

Let Dog Germs Fill Up Your Earholes With Creamy Aural Goodness

On Dog Germs 7/24/13 edition that went out over WRIR Richmond Independent Radio and is now available online. It's one hell of an episode and we're delighted to be a small part of it.

Download mp3 here.

Para-Abnormal by P. Emerson Williams
Saith Dog Germs:

Summary:  of course tonight's show starts out with another amazing track from skinny puppy's latest, weapon!
but then, we will hear tracks from 3 bands playing live here in rva this thursday!...die sektor, frontal boundary, and rva's own little black rain clouds!
and if that's not enough audio overload for you, i have new music from front line assembly, c2, synapse, veil of thorns, ending the vicious cycle, the beautiful dead, and salvation amp!
all this audio mayhem, plus more...including your requests!


SongArtistAlbumLabelYear
tsudanamaskinny puppyweaponmetropolis2013
accelerantdie sektorapplied structure in
a void
noitekk2011
mental illusionfrontal boundaryelectronic warfare-2012
this timelittle black rain clouds--2012
deadenedfront line assemblyechogeneticmetropolis2013
scream in the mirrorc2quadrantscontrol freak2013
storm and shadowsynapseaudio/visceral-2013
mixed media jailbreakveil of thornspara-abnormalPANICMACHINE2013
back to me 2ending the vicious cycleback to me 2afmusic2013
rabbit eye movementzthe beautiful deadto lunar canyonssonorium2013
salvationsalvation amphidden facesafmusic2013
u-men (live)front 242live!-2005
all cut up (twist and scar remix)die warzauvinyl 88: not the best
of 20 years
rosehip2008
the devilinvisible devastationidsynthematik2012
mystericvelvet acid christmaldiremetropolis2012
testureleaether striphymns of the warlock: a tribute to skinny puppycleopatra1998
just for the comfort of sleep (insomnia edit)kant kinojust for the comfort of sleepalfa matrix2013
pledian agendahanzel und gretyltransmissions from uranusenergy1997
american porn song16 voltamerican porn songsmetropolis2009
wowsuppressionkiller workout mixc.n.p.2009
so come onthe atomic bitchwaxboxriffmeteorcity2006
drop a beatmobymobyinstinct1992
breatheprodigythe fat of the landmaverick1997

Monday, July 8, 2013

New Album Snuck Out Under Cover Of Night: PARA-ABNORMAL


2013 sees the release of the 13th Veil of Thorns album titled Para-Abnormal. Fans of the retro-futuristic Cognitive Dissonance and the tribal gothic fever dreams of the twin albums Necrofuturist and Salon Apocalypse will welcome the way Para-Abnormal synthesizes these disparate threads of Veil of Thorns art. This is post-punk with a defiant heart, its world decidedly dystopian but the souls dwelling hterein face this world undaunted. Cold camera eyes are on every inch, infrastructure collapsing, but the survivors are having a party in the ruins.

The solidity and assuredness of the drums supplied by James Curcio (Hoodoo Engine, Babalon, subQtaneous) and P. Emerson Williams coaxed many strange sounds from an electric-acoustic 12 string guitar. The process of writing on Para-Abnormal was a very spontaneous one, with grooves inspiring syncopated guitar parts and lyrics the cut-up impressions of a world gone mad as any creation reflecting the current state of human affairs would have to be.

Veil of thorns started in Boston in the late -80’s, when the number of Goth bands in town could be counted on one hand. Stark, angular post-punk songs give way to spare jazz-inflected tone poems that lead back into sanguine deathrock dust storms. Throughout the -90's Veil of Thorns gigged extensively in New England with a few revolving spots in the lineup. In the period between -94 and -98 they played on bills such bands as Cruxshadows, Judith and This Ascention. Many of the gigs included guest players and extensive improvisation.
credits
released 03 July 2013
"...pushes the envelope, shakes up the status quo, and demands attention." -Gothic Beauty

"...some of the thorns have an extra edge." -Mick Mercer

"This is where Rozz Williams and Marilyn Manson merge in an Event Horizon singularity." -Corazine

"...they brew up a dust storm of tight-but-loose guitar riffs and driving, nervy, drums...half way between a lament and a threat." -Uncle Nemesis

credits

12-String Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Synth – P. Emerson Williams
Drums, Sequencing, Bass – James Curcio

www.jamescurcio.com
www.panicmachine.com

Thursday, May 2, 2013

OHMNIVERSE Covers Lust Beyond Flesh! And Catch P. Emerson Williams With Jarboe At Stella Natura



In a first for us, the amazing entity of musical delight cover our song Lust Beyond Flesh lovingly, beautifully, powerfully! We've had many CD and digital releases, but this 7" EP remains our only vinyl release to date and is thus special to us.

Veil of Thorns - "Lust Beyond Flesh/ Utopia"

When I first put on this 7" single it was not without some trepidation. I was expecting some awful, talentless, metal band... I was shocked at what I heard. It was (to quote to Love Boat) 'exciting and new' - A kicking electro back-beat and a ravine-deep bass-line belched from the pits of Hell. It's a muddle of styles, taking inspiration from the early Bat cave as much as modern electronics - all mixed around to something different. The production in this single isn't the best, but if it weren't for the fact the lyrics got a little lost, it suits the song just fine. Makes you release just how much a band like London After Midnight rely on production. Utopia opens with a funky 70s bass line and guitar riff - kind off Kiss inspired (?) which is completely unlike the rest of the song - very different. It's really difficult to describe the music of Veil of Thorns - but lovers of raw, earthy gothic rock should love it. Pure filth (which is a good thing!).

Janis Kalifatidis - Fight Amnesia #9
To have gifted musicians take on one of our tracks is a huge thrill to us and we think the treatment we get from OHMNIVERSE is the greatest honour an artist can get. Check it out and give them some love over on their Soundcloud page.


Catch P. Emerson Williams with Jarboe at Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II

Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II
Quoth the cryptovocalizing one:

It has been confirmed that I shall be performing with the mighty Jarboe at Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II later this year. I could not be more excited and honoured. I hope to see as many of you as possible. Tickets for this amazing experience are bound to sell out quickly, so don’t wait too long to book them. 
Buy Tickets: http://www.ancestralfires.org/get-tickets/ 

Three days and three evenings of music located in the Sierra Nevada’s Tahoe National Forest Desolation Wilderness: September 20–22 2013 
Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II will be held at Shinnyboo Creek Resort in the high Sierras, in the heart of Tahoe National Forest. This 160 acres of private property is lush with greenery thriving around every bend, with towering pines shading the trails and paths that lead you to the south fork Yuba River rushing over rock formations into gushing waterfalls and tide pools. 


Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II, 2013 from Adam Torruella on Vimeo.
Footage from Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires, 2012 in promotion of 2013's festival.

Live music by Arktau Eos. Invocation by Stephen McNallen of the AFA while on stage with Changes.

Edited by Adam T.

Stella Natura: The Light of Ancestral Fires II
September 20-22, 2013
Tahoe National Forest, California
ancestrafires.org

Expect over 30 bands spanning the musical spectrum from folk to doom to experimental. The confirmed lineup includes…

Alderbaran
Amber Asylum
Cauldron Black Ram (AU)
Common Eider, King Eider
Esoteric (UK) (FIRST US PERFORMANCE!)
Fire + Ice (UK)
Ionophore
Jarboe
Kinit Her
Loss
Munly & The Lupercalians
Rose Croix
StarGazer (AU) (FIRST US TOUR!)
Velnias
Wardruna (NO) (FIRST AND EXCLUSIVE US PERFORMANCE!)
Worm Ouroboros

Tickets limited to 500.

There will also be a pre-fest show in Nevada City on the 19th, keep checking back for more information on that…!

Vendors and booths include: Pesanta Urfolk, Hex Magazine, The Ajna Offensive, Eternal Warfare, Asatru Folk Assembly, David V. D’Andrea

Presented by Pesanta Urfolk
In association with Atlas Custom Cabinets, Hex Magazine, and Holy Mountain Printing

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Veil Of Thorns' own P. Emerson Williams is in for a November most peripatetic!

From: PanicMachine: Nachtmystium, Jarboe and Weapon tour: Veil Of Thorns' own P. Emerson Williams is in for a November most peripatetic!



We're proud to pass on the info on this tour as it has been made public thus far. There is a PANICMACHINE connection here and that is that our own and Choronzon and Veil of Thorns chaote P. Emerson Williamswill be on this tour sharing the stage with the legendary Jarboe and the ambient doom vortex that is BALEYYG! This will be one hell of an experience that is not to be missed!

From tour sponsor Brooklyn Vegan:
Dates are starting to trickle out for the previously-discussed, in-the-works Nachtmystium/Jarboe/Weapon tour. Though the full tour-sched is forthcoming, a chunk of dates have been released and are viewable in handy list form below. Those dates include the previously-mentioned stop at Saint Vitus on 11/19 (tickets).

BrooklynVegan is proud sponsor of the Nachtmystium/Jarboe/Weapon jaunt. More details are on the way. If you missed it, make sure and check out the interview/new song stream with Weapon.

All known dates are listed below along with the tour flyer.


NACHTMYSTIUM, JARBOE, WEAPON - select 2012 DATES
11/4 Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun
11/6 Tempe, AZ @ Rocky Point
11/8 Fullerton, CA @ Slidebar (FREE SHOW)
11/9 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
11/10 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
11/11 Seattle, WA @ Highline
11/12 Boise, ID @ Venue
11/14 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
11/16 St Paul, MN @ Station-4
11/18 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
11/19 New York, NY @ Saint Vitus
11/21 Chicago, IL @ Ultra Lounge 
NachtmystiumJarboe and Weapon are hitting the road for a string of dates this fall surrounding Blake & Co's appearance at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin in early November. The confirmed dates have the bands in Portland, ME on 11/10 and then at Saint Vitus on 11/19Tickets are on sale. The shows are in celebration of the Chicago band's new LP Silencing Machine.
More date TBA and we'll be sure to keep you updated and keep an eye on Brooklyn Vegan for more details. 

Friday, December 16, 2011

Veil of Thorns History - Dead God




Opening proceedings on this one is a perky pop confection that will probably catch those who have been with us for a while off guard. Dead God consists mainly of a cassette rip of the third Veil of Thorns demo from 1992 that was never released. This opening track shows one immediately what a rock solid bass Cathy Chenoweth delivered in recordings and live. Here appears the many splendored pounding from Ruddy Bitch the Younger for the first time. That Emerson guy, well he moans and wails, on guitar he flails over hill and dale... Final track features a thunderous low-end bass apocalypsis brought by Christopher McClain.

Torrenters, and there have been many of you for these tracks, will notice there's a close match between Dead God and a release called The End of the Beginning. I figured I'd give this one one last go at cleanup on the sound and add in a couple tracks from The Dead God Sessions from the second lineup that aren't alternate versions of tracks from Cafe Flesh. I the result is a more solid experience, though still undeniably lo-fi and different from all other Veil of Thorns offerings.

Few people heard The End of the Beginning this at the time and none heard The Dead God Sessions outside the inner circle and Tiziana from Misanthropy Records. Raw recordings from rehearsal and pre production demos for the debut Veil of Thorns album in 1995. The Dead God Sessions tracks were recorded live in a single take in most cases, using two mikes, placed at either end of a 30’x30’ rehearsal room in Boston. The analog recording was extremely hot, so little compression or noise reduction was done.

Within days of the conclusion of the End of the Beginning recording sessions, Jarrett was gone and Cathy was on her way to New York. Christopher (Dogface) McClain was to step in and Veil of Thorns would start showing a new focus. McClain brought with him a massive bass rig that could raze small towns. In performing the title track live I would stick my head and microphone right in the speaker of the bass cabinet to add that overload of volume to the screaming at the end. Good times.

Already the vocals were less operatic, and there is even a hint of pop songwriting, something that was not to be revisited until much later on Birthed.

-P. Emerson Williams

Have a listen:

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

New Distributor: PANIC Media

More details later this week. For now, here's Salon Apocalypse:


Saturday, November 26, 2011

THE WALTZ (and other atrocities)

An experimental short film by visual genius Chad Michael Ward. Music by P. Emerson Williams.
THE WALTZ from Chad Michael Ward on Vimeo.
An experimental short film, shot on the Canon 7D.

Written, Shot, Directed & Edited by Chad Michael Ward
Produced by Chad Michael Ward and Geoff Flint
Additional Editing by Pearry Teo & Mary Taylor
Production Design by Geoff Flint
Makeup by Cris Alex & Miss Quinn
Music courtesy of P. Emerson Williams

Starring Asphyxia, Nickie Jean, Alexandra Mathews, Skin and Sparrow.

Copyright 2010 Teo/Ward Productions. All Rights Reserved.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Shamanistic Madness - Veil Of Thorns Interview


VEIL OF THORNS - SHAMANISTIC MADNESS

Over the last two years P. Emerson Williams has been extremely busy. His art work has been seen on the front cover of SLEEPCHAMBER'S return to action release "Socery, Spellls, and Serpent Charms", as well as the Zewizz tribute releases "That's Romance" (both part 1 and 2). He is heavily involved with Foolish People.org (with the current "The Abattoir Pages" production as well as the production "Cirxus" from earlier this year). Not to mention various other cover art project, book cover projects, creating musick with various bands, AS well as writing musick for his own projects -Veil Of Thorns, Choronzon, and Kkoagulaa - and that's just the tip of the iceburg.

October see's the release of two new CD's by Williams project Veil Of Thorns on Inner-X-Musick. Impossible to categorize, Veil Of Thorns began as a Goth band in the early 90's club scene in Boston but steadily moved toward a more eclectic sound. Not afraid to use any influence - you will hear styling's of goth, hip hop, industrial, classical, and just about the whole kitchen sink.

TOS: I imagine you are thrilled to be part of historic Inner-X-Musick. You were part of the Boston scene. You have been booked by John Zewizz for shows... It must in some ways seem like a natural progression.
VOT: Being part of Inner-X-Musick is more than I could have hoped for. I can't imagine a better fit. With most labels, the challenge for me is to rein ideas in to palatable song forms, but with Inner-X, the challenge is to live up to the long history of innovation, experimentation and forward thinking of the label and John Zewizz. This is a much more exciting and fruitful kind of challenge than the former kind which I look forward to taking on.

TOS: Veil Of Thorns (part 1 I shall call it) 1991 to 1994 saw you work with a few different collaborators before settling upon Chris McClain. Good memories?

VOT: Some amazing times were had, for sure. the first lineup started with just me and a jazz drummer (Sean Savoie) but by the time it was filled out with a bass player (Catherine Chenoweth) and second guitarist, (the late, great Jarrett Laitinen) that drummer was off to a new adventure in Japan. If he had stayed, the first demo may have sounded more like Cognitive Dissonance than what we ended up with for our first two demos.

At that time, Catherine booked all our gigs, which with her many biker friends brought us to biker bars as well as the first shows at TT the Bears in Cambridge and the late lamented Channel. The recordings from that time are definitely primitive, but I'm still proud of them. I would like to see less slickness in underground music than there is in general right now outside Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Chris McClain came in, bringing a new focus and maturity to proceedings.

TOS: Everything stopped in 1994. Then nothing till 2002 - 03 really, with "Birthed". Why the hiatus? What inspired the return?
VOT: Well, we were gigging a lot more in the period between -94 and -98, which ended up cutting into the writing and recording. If I had been more forward thinking, I would have had these shows recorded in audio and video. Many of the gigs included guest players and extensive improvisation.

We were slated to release our debut CD through Misanthropy Records by the end of this period, but was not to happen as Tiziana, head of Misanthropy decided to close the label. What ended up as "Cafe Flesh" and "The Dead God Sessions" were demos done for the label for this album. There are more than a hundred hours of material not included in those releases I have on DAT tape, some of which that may see the light of day at some point.

In 1997 I signed with Nocturnal Art Productions and released the first Choronzon album in 1998. This brought much more attention than Veil of Thorns ever got, and I focused on that for a bit. I recorded the Choronzon albums "Lilith", "Era Vulgaris" and "Larvae" in 1989/1999, and dropped out of all normal society for a few years following.

Basically I went into the woods and was deep in the grip of the Gwyllt. By the time I re-emerged, I was psychically stripped down to nearly nothing. There's a world of difference between the work prior to and following this time. My methods continue to evolve from what I established with "Birthed" to this day.


TOS: If I am not mistaken "Salon Apocolypse" and "Necrofuturist" were recorded during the same time. Was the intention to make two CD's? Was the correlation between the two releases always intended?
VOT: Both albums grew out of the process of working on "The Abattoir Pages" as part of FoolishPeople. The intention was to finish "Salon Apocalypse", as the concept I had been working with for this release was in the same realm that John Harrigan tapped into for "Abattoir Pages". Through countless sleepless nights and days of madness, "Necrofuturist" wrote itself as a further expansion of the studies and current we were working with. I would not have chosen to take on so much in such a short period of time, but I really had no choice in the matter.

"Salon Apocalypse", "Necrofuturist" and "Abattoir Pages" are inextricably linked, through current and source materials, all preparing the ground for "Pleasure", for which all this work is a mere prologue.

TOS: Both releases are giant steps in a direction one would not have suspected after "Cognitive Dissonance". In fact, as I go through your catalog - this is close to the shift that occurred with the 2003's "Birthed". Does this represent a shift in your personal life, or your musical interests, or both.
VOT: This represents a huge shift in everything I touch. I can't say that I know what will result, nor what I'll be when I emerge from the other side. We are all in the process of experiencing aspects of this process. We'll be living in a new reality, (or rather, we'll have reality tunnels exploded), by the end of this.

TOS: I suspect that this release is steeped in chaos magick. I could be wrong, as I listen to them - I am reminded of Burroughs and Gysin early experiments. Was this the process you used with the lyrics? With the musick?
VOT: Well, there's quite a bit of old school Western magick with more than a little shamanistic madness and gnosis. Also Goetic methods overlaid with, yes, Burroughs/Gysin experiments to break down language patterns. The musick was carved out of what started with dense layers upon layers of sound. The musick is still dense, but given pulse and negative space like a sculpture.

TOS: Who are the performers on the new releases?
VOT: On guitar I had contributions from the amazing Aidan McGoran. "Salon Apocalypse" was very loose and amorphous until he got his hands on the material. James Curcio was only on a couple tracks on this one, but his contribution to percussion and electronic manipulations was invaluable. My colleagues in FoolishPeople, John Harrigan and Lucy Allin provided the mythological framework these albums inhabit, as well as some source material which is present throughout. Pandora brings her contribution from a parallel universe. Too much analysis of that aspect would be unwise.

TOS: Will there be a live version of Veil Of Thorns?
VOT: I would love that, but it's hard to say. Member and collaborators are all over the world and busy with a lot of other things. If it does happen, it'll not be a regular rock'n'roll show methinks...

Friday, June 12, 2009

THAT'S ROMANCE

THAT'S ROMANCE.... 1 (2009)

Two many tracks were entered for this simply to be a one download deal. So, the release has been split into two. Assembled by me, and then all artwork was done by P. Emerson Williams. And as anyone who know, who has done artwork for me before - I goof up regularly so the Artwork is never really done...

This release is on the Foamin' Sodomy Records. And, if it ever gets pressed... that's it's label for the pressing as well.

The final deal on the pressing IS....

I will press it at no charge to me. But the only way that you can get a copy is to buy one. I know that sucks... but, what can I say. It's the best I can do on a budget (did I tell you I am laid off for 50 days.). All the profits will be given to a charity. It is a charity that helps Polar bears. John hooked me up with it. I don't know the specifics. Because I can't find them. But I will get it straightened out and up on the page as soon as it is available. There will be no pressing of your musick unless I get an email from you saying I can do it. No email - then your not on the release.

There will be no attempt at a pressing for at least a week, possibly two, until I get all the details worked out and emails in. I will be purchasing 2 copies of each of the two releases to start with. One for me, and one for John Zewizz. By the way, again so everyone knows this release was made with his blessing.

Label: Foamin' Sodomy Records
Catalog#: FOAMIN999
Format: File/mp3
Country:US
Released:2009
Genre: Unclassifiable
Style: Unclassifiable

Track Listing;
1
Methel Zone by Tearpalm


www.myspace.com/tearpalm
2
Kum Kleopatra by Kosmokrator featuring Kat Wild
3
The Nun (Fetish Convent) by Veil Of Thorns


www.myspace.com/veilofthorns


www.veilofthorns.com
4
Courtfield Road by Salakapakka Sound System


ikuinen-kaamos.blogspot.com
5
Kiss The Whip by Batcheeba


www.myspace.com/batcheebalyd
6
Way Ov The Flesh by darksouldealer


www.myspace.com/dreamcell_labs
7
Inspiration by Noir Magnetik


www.myspace.com/noirmagnetik
8
No Ones Heart Beats Harder by Bonequinho


www.bonequinhologia.blogspot.com


www.myspace.com/bonequinho
9
Zewizz by Mark Bradley


www.myspace.com/downloaded1
10
Vivisection by Gadgetto


www.gadgetto.com/
11

Dream Ov Life by Choronzon


choronzon.org


www.myspace.com/choronzon333
12

Fetish by Grammal Seizure


www.myspace.com/grammalseizure


theebradmiller.wordpress.com/theetransmissionary-movement-records


grammalseizure.blogspot.com
13

Site Ov Pain/Site Ov Pleasure by 4 Years Of Suffering


www.myspace.com/4yrsofsuffering

Get it HERE

THAT'S ROMANCE.... 2 (2009) FIXED

TRACK TWO IS FIXED!
The problem with putting things on to two releases is that people my think that the second release is not as good as the first release. Well, about 10 seconds into this release you will realize that's not the case. From Stpocold's hard driving first track all the way through mrtvi hypnotic (and loopable) final track - download two is just as good as download one.

A couple people have mentioned that they want to post the release on their site...

POST IT FAR AND WIDE... let it be like feathers in the wind...

Label: Foamin' Sodomy Records
Catalog#: FOAMIN1000
Format: File/mp3
Country:US
Released:2009
Genre: Unclassifiable
Style: Unclassifiable

Track Listing;
1
Nightshade And Lemonade by Stpocold


www.myspace.com/stpocold


theebradmiller.wordpress.com/stpocold


www.coldgraey.com/main.html
2
Submit To Desire by Habeeb


www.myspace.com/lkerr
3
Bring Us The Nun by Kraken


www.myspace.com/krakenrijovego


rijovego.blogspot.com
4
Thee Eye Inside by Black Ark Psychedelick Soul And Jazz Revue


theebradmiller.wordpress.com/the-black-ark-psychedelick-soul-jazz-revue


www.myspace.com/blackarkpsjr
5
Twenty Three by Power Through Will


www.myspace.com/powerthroughwill
6
The Distant Cry by @mpersand 2.0
7
Secret Initiation Ov Maiden by Mort Douce


www.myspace.com/mortdouce
8
Monkeyman by Grimm


www.myspace.com/thefuturelooksgrimm
9
Kiss The Whip by Gothick


www.myspace.com/gothicknowledge


www.gothick.co.uk


theebradmiller.wordpress.com/gothick/
10
Erotik Apparition by Jake Shields


www.myspace.com/jakeshieldsplace
11

El Topo by A Forgotten Tale


www.myspace.com/aforgottentale


aforgottentale.blogspot.com/
12

A Synthetic Woman by The Day Of The Antler


www.phinnweb.org/finndiscog/STA/
B4
Insufflation by Kryptdust


www.robbyrd.com
B5
Forever & A Moment (Loop- 4 clippings, 18 repeatings & 8 voices) by mrtvi

Get it HERE

Friday, April 24, 2009

The G-Spot Episode #4

This was another step in the creation process for Cognitive Dissonance, taking the Cognitive Dissonance Prolix posts and turning it into a series of strange dialogues. In the process I managed to take the thousands of words I'd written out and begin restructuring as verses and shorter bits.

My fine colleagues at Alterati.com let me hijack the show and with the help of James Curcio and Anna Young, what you can hear here was dramatized:


This unique episode takes you through a number of open-ended tales, told by the voices of a schizophrenic internal monologue. It can be taken as the voices in the mind of a sleeper, on the brink of sleep, or a mental patient, strapped into a bed in a moldy room in an asylum. Maybe these events happened, or have yet to happen. That’s for you to decide.

In addition to your loving host, this show features the voice acting talents of P. Emerson Williams and Anna Young, and the music includes much atmospheric material from Veil of Thorns and Ariana van Gelder.

Strap yourself in, put on the headphones, and enjoy the show.

The G-Spot Episode 4: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Veil Of Thorns - Cognitive Dissonance Phase V

Here are the first embryonic early tracks interspersed with short P. Emersonite bursts for you, my darlings. Vocalists don't usually like to have anyone hear anything but the most spot on, confident performances, but I'm going for a feeling and a story, and these are my sketches.

The mixes are my usual thick and resonating things, as they were before I sent them off to the masterful mastering of Ari. Contents need to be decanted as they may throw off a sediment....



The image is the gateway to the file, and the player below starts the stream.

Much love,

-333



Artist/Composer: Veil of Thorns
Keywords: goth; experimental; Veil of Thorns; deathrock; gothic; dark; music

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

P. Emerson Williams - James Curcio on subQtaneous

Small WORLD Podcast


subQtaneousDescribed as a "stick of dynamite strapped to reality," (Scenery Zine), subQtaneous is a diverse conceptual, collaborative album. It carves new soundscapes ranging from brutal, pounding industrial to sarcastic hip hop set over carnival music to delicately layered trance. It has been compared to Pigface, probably due to its format, as well as Coil, Mr Bungle, the Tapeworm project, and Frank Zappa.

Interview with James Curcio and P. Emerson Williams of subQtaneous

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Thye Penultimate Dream ov Vivaconundrum

The Swami under the bridge sends his sound outward to heal all our souls. The words of Swampa are there. Tell me what he says.


A psychedelic trip in a country setting.



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Monday, April 6, 2009

Enshroud

Some strange writing and art will be uploaded to this online reader as we go along. I wouldn't dare tell you the experiences that lay behind the cleansing that was the writing here. I may bring the Panic Pandemic book here for all to see for free, depending on either having time to spare, (not likely), or finding an automatic way of flattening layers into one in pdf files.




The words and much of the art are inextricably linked to the creation of the Birthed album. I wonder how many would feel like dancing after listening and reading at the same time...






The Gspot #38: The Last Dream of Vivaconundrum


In this episode guest host P. Emerson Williams brings us a transmission of unknown provenance. It could be a fever dream, or a love note from the near future. It could be the climax of a tale told by a time-traveling messenger, or the dénouement of the fantasies of a madman. Then we have an excerpt from a chapter of Lives of Ilya, a novel from Mythos Media written by Tara Vanflower and lushly illustrated by Daniele Serra read by Jarboe and including a haunting soundtrack by Tara. Additional music by subQtaneous and Veil of Thorns.



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