Zelda, the Twilight Princess

After months of arduous collection sidequests, overcoming fierce trials in the Temple of the Riff and ultimately receiving divine blessing from the Shrine of Melody, my ESP Eclipse-I CTM Dark Purple Satin has been reborn, her true power awakened, imbued with the spirit of the gods.
Equipped with premium Gotoh hardware, Schaller straplocks and the magnificent Lundgren Black Heaven ceramic pickup set, she has become a truly regal, majestic instrument – thus, I have bestowed upon her a new name and title befitting her beauty and grandeur: Zelda, the Twilight Princess.

New gear day!

Audio-Technica ATM650 hypercardioid dynamic microphone to replace my Shure SM57. The ATM650 has a slightly more aggressive midrange and less high-end fizz than the SM57, whilst retaining all the best qualities such as a weighty low-end response and superior isolation. I shall henceforth be using it to mic up my guitar cabinet, so prepare thine ears for some serious crunch.

Tomorrow…

Tomorrow I release my very first full-length album: “The Sword That Slays the Darkness”. The product of a year and a half of writing, recording, mixing, mastering, making countless mistakes and thus learning countless lessons along the way. I’m incredibly proud of the album and I’m confident that I could have done nothing more with what I have to make it as great as it can possibly be. I’m certain that you’ll all think the same when you listen to it tomorrow!
P.S. My heartfelt gratitude for the positive comments and pre-orders thus far!

Album reveal!

Warriors and maidens, I’m proud to announce that my first full-length studio album, “The Sword That Slays The Darkness”, will be released on Friday, January 12th (12/01/18)!
Over a year and a half in the making, consisting of ten tracks and a total running time of over seventy minutes, I have done 100% of the work myself and I’m confident that I have done everything in my ability to make it as great as it can possibly be.
Info on pricing, purchase options (including physical CD’s!) etc. to come post-Yule!

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