Walking Corpse Syndrome Issues Studio Update For New Album "Alive In Desolation"
Walking Corpse Syndrome is currently working on new album "Alive in Desolation," and now the band has checked in with a new studio report. You can check out the full blog with photos from the studio at this location, or read the following excerpts:
"We've been nothing but impressed with Amplified Wax, a recording studio in Spokane, Washington. Jimmy, the head honcho and Grand Master of Engineering Magic, is a genius who is able to bring the absolute best out in all of us. His ears are sharp as razors and his expertise is unrivaled by anything we've ever seen. One would think that by now, we would be numb to the experience, that we would no longer be gawking at each other with fully-dropped jaws, stammering the same slobbering mantra, 'This album is going to be SO FUCKING KILLER!'
"In that respect, we are perpetually broken records, because 'Alive in Desolation' is incredible RIGHT NOW AS IT IS, even in the amniotic sea of tracking. From day one, our expectations were completely surpassed. With each passing day, we become more and more amazed, more impressed, more blown away that music of this caliber can come from a little Montana band. We reached for the stars and were catapulted beyond the cosmos, straight into the fiery bliss of the indescribable spirit of Awesomeness itself!
"We expected a high quality rendition of what we've been playing. What we're getting is repeated shock after shock of amazement. The songs start and we hem and haw, high-five, and grab-ass in our bizarre tribal revelry. Allow me to reiterate: WE ARE HIGHLY IMPRESSED, MAJORLY BLOWN AWAY, AND RANDILY EAGER TO FINISH THIS ALBUM. We have to get this into your hands, into your CD player, onto your computer, your iPod, your smartphone, your central nervous system, and anywhere else we can get it. We're so stoked that we need you to hear it, so that you can be stoked like us. Then we shall all embrace in a festive jump-hug, burn some effigies, and toast to the everlasting spirit of Metal.
"There's a strange duality to recording this album. We can't wait to finish it, but each of us who have already finished recording our parts have felt a slight sense of sadness that we're done. It means that we're powerless to do anything but watch, listen, and wait. We want to open our Christmas present early; we want to rip the clear plastic garbage off of a CD copy of AiD and stuff it into the CD player, turn the volume up to 11, and revel in all its glory. Excitement like this must be contained, channeled, and focused into the project, and into FUNDING the project. So we wait, and we cheer Matthew and Leif on as they stomp through their parts.
"Shawn and Greg tore through their drum parts like a couple of Bosses, placing us ahead of schedule. Leif is consistently knocking out at least one song per night, and proving his worth as an incredibly formidable extreme vocalist. I've finished my guitar and bass parts because I keeps it simple and it feels good to be a gangster. Bill hit consecutive home runs with his bass and violin parts, taking a couple songs to entirely new levels that blew the rest of us away. Matthew has begun tracking his guitar parts and is currently pouring all of his dedication, attention-to-detail, and bullheaded resolve to bring the best album we possibly can to you. These dudes have been wringing their souls out, dripping pure passion into a bucket to be refined, honed, and mass produced FOR YOU GUYS AND GALS!"
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