Coldest Day In Hell

Hey friends.

Unfortunately, work and personal bullshit have been keeping me from working on as much music as I’d like, but I think I’m starting to get back into it again.

Last weekend I was messing around in the studio and came up with something I’m calling “The Coldest Day in Hell”, probably inspired by the fact that this is the shittiest winter we’ve had in years. It started out sounding sort of country-ish, and evolved into… whatever it is now.  I fleshed it out a bit more today, and recorded this very rough draft of it to share with you guys.  I need to work on the lead parts and write more drums for it, but I think it has potential. Have a listen (It starts about 8 seconds in. Forgot to trim that up before uploading):

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I’m hoping to post an update at least bi-weekly from now on, with either something new I’ve recorded, or the next evolution of a song I’ve been working on over the past year. It’d be cool to have people follow along as these songs get more and more refined, since that’s not something most songwriters let people in on.

Maybe that’s with good reason?

Screw it. I’m no professional musician, so why not bring you guys along while I learn how to do this?

Luckily I’ve got a few other songs banked up that I haven’t shared on here yet, so if I don’t get a chance to work on anything new, I’ll be able to post one of those.

Until then:

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3 Responses to “Coldest Day In Hell”

  • Lady Visine:

    For a rough draft, I like it. Kinda jazzy & mellow. Looking forward yo updates. :^)

  • Heretica:

    I like it! Pretty relaxing, imo. :)

  • Woohoo! Postage :D

    Frankly, if it came up on my Spotify playlist I wouldn’t have guessed that it’s not professional. Also, very atmospheric. I’m thinking…. 16 Horsepower, on a cheerful day!

    Oh oh, can I be on the vocals? ;O

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