Proclaimations -> New Website
February 21st 2009
Well, here's the fancy new website. It oughtta serve to bridge the gap between thee, me and He. I write everything within, so if you have any issues with it, feel free to contact me via the
The page you're currently reading, Proclamations, is where you'll find any news that may crop up about yours truly. The Psalms page has some songs for you to gloomily listen to while you weepily read the lyrics. You'd better grab a hankie for that one. The Gospel is where you'll find reviews, interviews, hate mail, transcripted conversations between myself and the good LORD and other miscellanea. Icons will have images, photos, flyers and all that kind of thing. Indulgences is our merchandise page where you can buy the album, posters and whatever junk we decide to pawn off on you and yours. If there's something weighing heavy on your heart, you can tell me all about it on the Supplication page.
I'm working feverishly on our second album, "Psalms for the Spiritually Dead", which is due out sometime in 2009 on GraveWax Records. As the title infers, it's an album of sacred music for the soulless. I look forward to smothering any slight hope you may yet harbor in the nautiloid chambers of your heart. It's only gonna be available on vinyl and as MP3's unless there's some unexpectedly huge demand for CDs and folks are crying out for my blood. The tracklist for the album is as follows:
1. Psalm of Withering
2. Psalm of Sand Creek
3. Psalm of Nod
4. Psalm of Retribution
5. Psalm of Solitude
6. Psalm of Hell
7. Psalm of Woe
8. Psalm of Eulogy
9. Psalm of Warmth
10. Psalm 1:38
11. Psalm of Slumber
I'm also working on the recording of a 7" record with Those Poor Bastards. It's not a split EP or anything like that. It's a holy and wholly collaborative effort. And it's old-time gospel, further cementing our role as conduit between He and thee.
In addition to writing, recording and building up this website, I've also kept busy sifting through old photographs of American Indians. It gets me depressingly motivated (or motivatingly depressed). I highly recommend flipping through Edward S. Curtis' "The North American Indian" if you get the chance. It really builds you up, breaks you down then slaughters all your buffalo.
We'll see you sooner than you fear,
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