Now Showing: ‘Musical History’

A Lost “All Flesh” Song

Bonus Songs, Musical History | January 1st, 2010

Google is a marvelous thing. Not so My Memories. Here’s a song I completely forgot about!

Tags:
No Comments »

My First Solo Performance

The show was booked under the name Slave Unit back in 1993. Two days after that first show, I heard word that that name was already established by a horrible inductrial band from California. I did the show anyway; my first as a “solo” performer and frontman. It went something like

Tags: , ,
No Comments »

Introducing…

What music do you get from a punk rock musician who don’t like playing punk no more? What happens if instead of worrying about what ‘genre and ‘style’ of music to play you just use certain elements you like? What kind of music happens? Well, you get Billy The Jack and the Modern Throwbacks is what!

Tags: , ,
1 Comment »

The Hostages and Other Mid-Life Reflections

Wed, Oct. 21, 2009, was my last night performing with The Hostages. It was a great learning experience but my growth as a musician has reached its limit within the Hostages. When we reformed, we did it for the fun playing rock and roll and making fools of ourselves (I am still a fool!), but [...]

Tags: , , ,
No Comments »

Clinical Psychosis General History

Musical History | July 28th, 2009

Nine Inch Nails was still in diapers and Ministry was doing techno-pop. Clinical Psychosis attempted an amalgam of the same elements that drove both to height unimagined in 1991. Minneapolis’ alt rock elite had never heard industrial-metal before, and it amused them.

Tags: , , , ,
2 Comments »

All Flesh General History (1993 to 2000)

Musical History | July 28th, 2009

All Flesh were torture-techno industrial assassins. A Minneapolis electro-industrial band from 1993 to 1997, until they were derailed just at the cusp of super stardom. Read the tragic story of Rev. Wilhem Fisk’s descent in religious fervor and fiery prophesy and his resurrection into nothingness.

Tags:
No Comments »