Improv track. I'm a stupidly huge Doctor Who fan. I'm sorry. Almost every song I've ever jammed on vocally has included a reference to the Good Doctor. I confess...I may be an incarnation of the Doctor. A fat, currently unemployed incarnation. [more inside]
This is an improv piece from the Next/Slimelords circa 2007 featuring our backup singer (AKA SheMulp) on lead vocals and The Great Big Mulp on drums. We came up with this while making fun of SheMulp's tendency to roll her R's only when saying spanish-y words. [more inside]
This is 3/4 of the original line up of "the next" in my basement. Improv jam session My ex roomate the idiot on keys and fake drums. Recorded with a sony minidisc player and a crappy computer mic.
This song showed up in the middle of a very stoned 45 minute jam session with my band The Next, for which I play the drums. None of us remember making this song. It's kinda fun and catchy.
Ben, the lead singer in the band for which I am the drummer, requested I upload this song. The band's name is The Next, and the song is an impromptu jam in which he was searching for something about which to sing. As it turned out, we practice in an old fabric dying factory, and the board next to the office in which we play had many labels. One of which is "In Frame Room". Another is "Scheduled for Dying". It is the first upon which the lyrics were based.
I am the drummer in this kinda punkish/metalish rock band called The Next. And this is one of our songs. It is very, very different from the sort of thing I tend to do whilst solo. And this is the best recording of it we've made, thusfar.