Saturday, October 27, 2007

New Shocks! New Thrills! NEW ALBUM!

The Threshold People - Seven Legs from an Eight-Legged Beast
[free download, 192kpbs mp3]

Skeletons! Monsters! Living Shadows that talk--and KILL!!

The Threshold People are back, complete with seven new slabs of throbbing horrorbeat to give you the wim-wams!

01. Trail of Bones (Lights Out) 1:57
02. Back to Darkness 3:12
03. Deja Vu (That Sound) 2:03
04. Undying Monster 5:17
05. The Blob 2:52
06. The Werewolf's Cure 3:32
07. We Didn't Have Much Time 2:52

Are you brave enough to follow the trail of bones into the lair of The Threshold People? Then turn up the volume and turn out the lights...

The most electrifying scare album of the year! Hear it now--but don't hear it alone!

Friday, October 19, 2007

[rhexisMUSIC] presents: St. Withiel Delivers From Evil

Something you should all hear: a new album of (mostly) covers from future culture-hero Withiel

[rhexixMUSIC] presents: St. Withiel Delivers From Evil

"An album of covers and quasi-religiose music, produced over the last few months. Some of these are quite beautiful, others are very ugly. Most of them weren't written by me, although some were."

Listeners familiar with Withiel's earlier work will find this album more intimate, with a softer and closer sense of space. His signature labyrinthine production style has been toned down a little on most tracks, with fewer overdubs and more emphasis on the solo vocal. The album hangs together fairly well for a covers collection, and Withiel sings them like they're his own. The only exception would be L. Cohen's Democracy, which nonetheless sounds like a heartfelt homage.

[Withiel's previous releases, and other rhexisMUSIC artists, can be downloaded free from the rhexisMUSIC website.]

The world is a vale of tears, but then there's Withiel, so it's alright.