Beauty In The Suffering
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Beauty In The Suffering, the newly launched electro-metal studio project from producer, multi-instrumentalist, programmer, and vocalist Dietrich Thrall (Marazene), has posted a studio update confirming that Dope/Team Cybergeist drummer Angel Bartolotta will contribute drums on at least one track called "The Crazies." The following is the announcement on the band's official web blog:
Hey everybody! Quick update here. Very pleased to be able to announce that Angel Bartolotta of Dope and Team Cybergeist is on board for at least one track that I am currently calling "The Crazies". I have wanted to work with Angel for a long time and so I am very excited to hear the final results! As soon as we get them in our paws I get to go in and throw down guitar, bass, and vocals. 'The Crazies' is one of the tracks on my shortlist to formally introduce everybody to Beauty In The Suffering's music. We're shooting for a spring release so fingers crossed! Thanks again for all the amazing support!
Drum tracking took place on January 30th at Redline Recording Studio in Venice, FL with engineering by Jason Schmidt. Commented Angel:
After spending the last 7 years writing and bringing in guest musicians for my Team Cybergeist project, it's cool to step off to the side and be a guest on someone elses track for a change. Plus it's a cool song, which made it even more fun to play on. I'm excited to see what Dietrich [Thrall] does with Beauty In The Suffering!
Angel Bartolotta behind the kit
Beauty In The Suffering, the newly launched electro-metal studio project from Marazene producer Dietrich Thrall, has posted a studio update including stills of the band's recent recording sessions at Bell Labs Recording in Norman, OK to the band's official website. The shots feature drummer Chris Emery of American Head Charge and Skinlab guitarist Provo Provenzano, who engineered the marathon (15 hour) session. Thrall offered the following update on the recording session:
Hello to everyone. Quick update here on what's been happening..
Had my friend Chris Emery lay down some drums. Managed to get 7 of the 14 Beauty In The Suffering songs we were aiming for. Very pleased we got that far. Was a pretty crazy session overall in terms of how many tracks we were shooting for. We just dove right in and got as many as we could before our ears threw in the towel.
Provo Provenzano was ace behind the board! The picture with all three of us is from about 10 hours into the 15 hour session. More pictures in the days ahead. Very happy with everything overall. Can't wait to get started on the rest of the tracking! Thanks as always for your support!
Marazene producer, multi-instrumentalist, programmer and vocalist DieTrich Thrall has launched a new electro-metal studio project, Beauty In The Suffering. The full statement posted on the website follows:
Beauty In The Suffering is an evolving concept I came up with years ago that best described a sense of optimism during some bright spots of an otherwise massive struggle against overwhelming odds. Music I have been writing and expressing over the last several years has been uniquely intimate in reflecting those struggles and I am very excited about putting out some fresh ideas that represent the here and now.
Beauty In The Suffering deals with universal themes of love and loss, defeat and resolve, and struggle and triumph. Everybody has moments where the road looks impossible to pass. But somehow little by little we manage through our own inner strength and the purposeful placement of fate, chance, and karma. We emerge wiser and with a deeper understanding of ourselves and of our place in the world and the beauty we glean from the suffering we have endured can never be denied.
This is a journey I accepted long ago. I wear the scars of my personal triumph over my struggles with pride and I stand ready to face new challenges. And, like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, this is a new beginning. I thank you all for standing by my side during some very difficult years of active-inactivity. The future is wide open and full of nothing but payoff.
DieTrich (pronounced Dee-Trick) is best known for his co-founding and co-visionary role in the industrial-metal band Marazene (later called Marazene Machine).