About 8 months into the new music video. It’s looking like only a few more months now and I hope to have it wrapped up. The post on it has been a significant undertaking with 115 or so VFX shots.
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Apologies for the silence, but I recently wrote/directed and am scoring a short horror film “Astrid” about a troubled young girl out for revenge.
I’ll be releaseing the sountrack as a free download on this website at the end of April, you can also “like” the fan page on Facebook to stay up to date on news.
SHAPESHIFTER, the second album by The Alacrity features 10 tracks of disfiguring beats, frozen atmospheres, crushing guitars, and haunting melodies.
Features collaborations with Fuchsia from Bella Lune and The Analog Girl, who Time Magazine named “one of 5 Asian Acts To Watch in 2008”
Available digitally on:
Also available in a handsome digipak from Shinto Records:
The Alacrity cover of Ministry’s “Psalm 69″ made it to the final round of the “FIX: The Ministry Movie” challenge.
Winner had their song included on the movie’s soundtrack.
We didn’t win, but you can still but the song on iTunes.
Or check out the entire list of entries on Soundcloud.
“Tripple Hit”, a sci-fi movie that I did some music for is now available on Amazon.
MUSIC FOR THE RISING SUN
A nine-part, “name your own price”, Gothic/Industrial/Darkwave/Experimental compilation for the benefit of Japan now available at Bandcamp.
All proceeds go to the Red Cross.
Comp can be purchased via the link below:
Aaron of Impurfekt had the great idea to put together a compilation to benefit the people of Japan. From the Shinto Records website:
“We are now accepting original music and art submissions for the fund raising compilation Music for the Rising Sun. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross to aid Japan and the surrounding areas effected by the recent earthquake and tsunami.
As artists, many of us are greatly influenced by the art, history and culture of Japan. For this compilation we ask you to focus on these aspects, to bring them to the forefront of your creative endeavors. Keep recent events in mind as you create; consider their impact on those effected. Let your work express empathy, appreciation and respect.”
For details on how to submit follow this link: