I just finished the ninth and final track for Ars Moriendi Vol 2.: Oneoroi in Flux. I just need to put together a final master and finalize the artwork, and this bad boy is complete! Keep an eye out for new noise.
I’ve been going through some of my old recordings, and dug up something that I thought was long dead. After some consideration, I decided to remaster it and make it available to a wider audience. Originally recorded in 2005, these six previously-unreleased tracks laid the framework for Mechanical Ghost’s sound. Bass-heavy, noisy, distorted, and grungy, with cryptic lyrics growled through nasty filters; this is not friendly music for every ear… But if you enjoy a good, old fashioned digital sonic pummeling, it may be just for you!
This album is dedicated to the memory of Randall J. Samalot, one of this crazy noise’s earliest supporters. Gone, but never forgotten.
On April 8th, Dominick appeared live on Twitch TV’s “Death from Above,” playing the Battletech villain of the week. If you missed the live stream, you can check out the replay below. Enjoy!
Mechanical Ghost’s dark ambient odyssey, “Ars Moriendi Vol. 1: Stepping Sideways and Descending” has officially been unleashed upon the world! Listen to a sample of the whole album and then get your copy in MP3 or Digipak CD format by clicking the “Music Store” link at http://www.mechanicalghost.com. For a limited time, if you buy a CD copy of “Ars Moriendi” you also get a CD copy of Mechanical Ghost’s debut album, “Shadowbox.” Order yours today! The first batch of orders will go out on April 13, 2016.