Sin is the Cigarette

Tonight I decided to pull out an old song that had never been recorded (there are many), and landed on this one. Spent about 2 hours putting it together, and dropping it here – now.

Sin is the cigarette inhaled by your soul,
It helps you to forget and calms you for a while,
Slowly it takes your life and then it becomes you,
And you its sacrifice, strangled and blue.

I realize this an an impromptu track, but I hope you enjoy it.

Psalm 88 Heads to the Publishers

Well, the day has finally arrived. It’s the day when I quit endlessly tweaking a song and ship it out. I know you are going dig the new sound. It’s heavier than anything previously released.

“Really digging the sound man! Refreshing to hear this kind of sound especially from you because you mesh the metal with the electronic industrial vibe really well in a sort of analog digital way.”

The expected release date is August 27th.

Catch up on all the Psalm 88 updates.

Faith Picks Up Where Science Leaves Off

Some people think that science is the  arch-nemesis of faith. Typically, this mindset is only held by those who think faith is a ridiculous thing. Those within the faith community see it differently. They see science as a construct, or evidence of their faith.

Science is great at defining natural laws, observing the way things work. What it doesn’t do is tell us why things work. How and why are two very different things. Science can demonstrate how an atom can split, how an apple falls from a tree, or how two chemicals react when mixed together.

“Why?” is the question that goes unanswered by science. Why does all of this matter exist? Why does all of it behave in a manner that allows plants to grow, people to sing, and fire to burn? The naturalist will be able to boil the “why” down only so many levels. And in the end, they take their own answer to “why” on faith.

At some point, we all take our existence on faith. What is your faith in?

New Hard Core Heavy Industrial Music in the Works

Currently working on a track with some super heavy guitars and hard core vocals. This could rival early GM hard core industrial songs like World Hate – but with a much better recording. Those early days were pretty low tech.

The new song is based on Psalms 88, and has some pretty awesome breakdowns. Got two guitar tracks down, industrial noise, and synth. Next up, more drums. Also, still need to finish writing and recording the vocals.

Did you blackOut?

You might after listening to this  updated version of it.

With the volume up, it’s sounding like a killer version of blackOut from LeveL. You can only find it here on glypticminority.com and wherever it spreads to online. So spread it.