This is a really rough early home studio demo of a song in development for my new recording project, The Wishing Well Divers' "Tragicomic Americana." Ironically, just as I've been working on this song, which thematically concerns stigmitization and marginalization, and well, being face down on the floor, I had a health scare last night that left me literally face down on the bathroom floor for a half hour. I've got no job, health insurance, family support, or cash cushion right now, so this song has taken on new personal meanings for me just since I started recording it a couple of days ago, with new worries about health problems and their potential to make it harder to find work and insurance. [more inside]
Hard luck loser turns life around with the guidance of THE DARK LORD! Hard rock prog anthem thing, stick around for the big finish. It's sinfully long... [more inside]
Just some instrumental rock I've had kicking around for awhile. Not much to it.
Kind of a loud rock song. First single off my next album.
This was my favorite song during my time with Suneral. [more inside]
The "big power ballad" from my hard rock album that was only released in Japan (in 1996) after I lost my major label deal (in 1994). Excellent backing vocals by Ted Poley of Danger Danger.
Heavy duty math rock is my secret shame. This was recorded about 10 years ago. I played bass.