Thank you Destiny for this amazing review of Life In Suspension
…I must certainly say this artist captured my attention and I can respect the artistry behind their sound… With each song and note, you can hear all the silent anguish and haunting undertone, if it be with an instrument or vocals… You can hear the deep heavy soul of the music which makes it so empathetic that everyone can relate to the story…
Six Dollars and Sixty Cents
from the album Cult Movie by Punish Yourself
from the movie Doom Generation
edit by Seraphim Doctrine
“We work in the dark – we do what we can – we give what we have. Our doubt is our passion, and our passion is our task. The rest is the madness of art.” – Henry James
It has been three years since we recorded Life In Suspension and two years since we launched the Kickstarter to fund the production. Something akin to Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, it is hard to believe that this 3 year epic is winding to a close and at last we are ready to begin the next creation. In celebration, a special re-release of the digital album with new bonus items, Double Dare and a desktop version of the LIS painting. Double Dare was tracked at the same time as the EP but was intended for a Bauhaus tribute album that never got made. Now it joins the other tunes and I believe all is in its proper place. Happy Year of the Horse and away we go!
They tried to sign him to a contract, recording that is, a long time ago, my grandfather, he refused. Said, if you want to be exploited, become a musician.
For the first time, TSR tells all about the process, the dream, where we’ve been and where we are headed in 2014. Only at Fourculture!
Very thrilled to announce my upcoming feature in Fourculture. This is the first interview of its kind and I reveal as much as possible about the roots of the expression known as The Seraphim Rising, where it has been, where it is going and what happens along the way. 2014 is looking to be a quite remarkable time in the evolution of this project and we are most pleased that the folks at Fourculture have given us the space to share this piece of the story.
Take the Dream