Released a new song!!! Take a listen.

The single will be released on iTunes, Spotify, and Youtube soon. I am really excited about the new direction with this project. I hope you guys like it too.

Lyrically, this song is inspired by a few of the random adventures shared with my wife while the song title is an emphasis on the idea that there are many more adventures to come. To read the lyrics, click here.

It’s only been three weeks since I got the new six string guitar and the writing sessions have been going strong for the new indie-rock stuff.

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In three weeks I’ve got three songs that I’m pretty happy with. That’s essentially one song a week. It hasn’t actually panned out to be one song each week. There has been a little overlapping happening. But still, three songs in three weeks feels pretty good. If I keep this up I’ll be ready to start doing some real editing and mixing on a post-hardcore art rock EP before you know it.

Well, I got a new guitar last night. It may not be anything super special, but I got it for free-fifty-free. The squire is probably only worth about $130. I am at that point with writing that I am ready to go back to working on softer stuff here and there (indie-rock), but the only electric I have is the 8-string. So, last night I took a bunch of my old tour gear out of the closest and went to Guitar Center. I had a specific guitar in mind, but they didn’t buy nearly as much stuff from me as I expected them to. So, I went with what I could walk out with free of charge.

I messed with it last night a little in the studio, and it actually sounds pretty good. Even got a little something-something recorded that I like.

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Now I have two options in the studio (record deathcore or indie). Going to have to start getting these old vocals warmed up. I haven’t done any real singing since my tour days.

My bass guitar ate the dust for the last time. Over the course of the last few months I have been having issues with it. And well, after my third trip to the repair shop I was finally told I should probably just dig a hole and bury it.

And so, I did.

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As a result, I got a super slick 5 string.

I am really excited about this new bass. It has way more pop that the last one and I really do think it will bring a little more edge to the mix. Although this is an epic upgrade, there is a pretty lame downside. Now that I have upgraded the bass, all of the bass takes for the current EP that we are working on are no good. I now have four songs that will need to re-track all of the bass parts.

It’s annoying. But, in the long haul it’ll be worth it.

Studio upgrades are always fun!