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[29th May] - Misc Info
A bunch of news today, much can be found over at the Avalanche Site.
Seems like people are really interested in Jesu and by the looks of it, we've got several things to look forward to. The album is progressing well, with Ted Parsons finished laying down drum tracks. The album, which is still untitled, contains 8 songs and clocks in at around 70 minutes.
In addition to this LP, we have several other Jesu releases to look forward to. First, there are a pair of long running eps in the works and both are set for release this year! One will contain two 20 minute songs. Finally, as reported earlier, a split record with Agoraphobic Nosebleed will be released through Relapse in early 2004. There is now a rather barren Jesu website at Avalanche.
Justin will also be remixing a track by Agoraphobic Nosebleed as well as another by Isis. According to the site, there are even more remixes coming soon.
The new Curse of the Golden Vampire will be hitting stores soon. Apparently some radio people have already gotten their hands on this, and I've been told that it's killer. Justin's voice is heard on this one, so I'm not sure what to expect. This will be coming out on Ipecac and you can actually listen to the first track at Avalanche's Curse of the Golden Vampire site.
In Final news, the 3 record which has seen several release dates come and go, 'is almost complete.' It's now a double CD which may explain the delay? Looking through the Final Discography, this album was first entered with a 1999 release date. That's some delay! It's now set to be released through Neurot Recs.
Finally, Tech Level 2 has no fewer than 4 releases on the horizon. These are:
Wayne Lonesome 'Whowanseekwar' remixes (split 12" on Shockout)
Four Steppa (12" single on Beatz)
The Almighty (12" single on Teknologikal)
[Untitled] (12" single on Tech Itch Recs.)
That's a lot of material...all this plus the recently released Teknologikal 12" need to be incorporated into the TL2 Discography.