next week I’ll finally unleash the beast that is “slow infector”, my first 7” release, on Stand Up Tragedy Records/Head Destroyer Media.
If you can’t make it to the release show I’ll have them available via PayPal after release, accepting pre-orders now but nothing will ship until after next weekend.
they will be $10 including shipping (as long as it’s in the U.S.) and I’ll include an MH pin with every PayPal order also while supplies last.
interested parties can inquire &/or send funds to: email@example.com
finally got the actual records in today, couple more weeks of late night home packaging & they’ll be ready to go!
release show Friday May 24th at The Hideaway, JC/TN, more dates elsewhere this summer!
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5/08: ETSU noise night. no idea what to expect here, but they asked Compulsion Analysis to play so we obliged. a night of experimental music brought to you by the local university.
5/15: Captured By Robots, Unicorn Afterbirth, Thundercock (poster pictured above)
5/24: Mannequin Hollowcaust 7” release show with The Growth, Forks of Ivory, the baby born with the end of the world (Marcus Carcass solo set) poster pictured above, assuming the records show up on time this will be the release show for my 7”, I’ll update closer to time with details, but the show will go on regardless.
some live evidence of Unicorn Afterbirth from last weeks’s double zine release show, 4/27/13 at The Hideaway…thanks to Dan for a couple of these shots & some folks that don’t do tumblr for the others and thanks to everyone that came out & performed, your support of the zines & local weirdness in general is greatly appreciated!
this just made my day, Bryan Saunders brought me a copy of his new “self portraits under influence” book & included this personalized self portrait based on my MH faces design on the first blank page! (original is on the left, BLS version on the right)
I back anything Frank Hurricane affiliated but “scott stapp” his 90’s alternative accapella project takes the cake! their rendition of buckcherry’s “lit up” is a personal favorite, included in this live performance with plenty of other guilty pleasures stripped to their bare bone glory.
crucified on a giant vagina aka probably the last picture of me screaming in front of that magnificent beast at Projexx. thanks to Nikki for capturing this moment & hosting so many great times at that place.