• welcome noiselord

    4 Jun 2008, 04:38 by Jeff-Schmidt

    the newest project under the Bad Beautiful Music banner - noiselord - soundtrack to nightmare and freakish dream

    aesthetically, noiselord falls under the electronic, dark ambient & noise genre heading.

    noiselord utilizes a unique technical approach that combines live performance with pre-production and processing.

    the final statics as they are called, are the result of recorded a live performance. they will never be preformed the exact same way again. the pieces range in length but avoid the more typical 8+ minute pieces in favor of shorter bursts. like nightmares themselves.



    noiselordBad Beautiful MusicRuiner Severhead
  • welcome noiselord

    4 Jun 2008, 04:38 by Jeff-Schmidt

    the newest project under the Bad Beautiful Music banner - noiselord - soundtrack to nightmare and freakish dream

    aesthetically, noiselord falls under the electronic, dark ambient & noise genre heading.

    noiselord utilizes a unique technical approach that combines live performance with pre-production and processing.

    the final "statics" as they are called, are the result of recorded a live performance. they will never be preformed the exact same way again. the pieces range in length but avoid the more typical 8+ minute pieces in favor of shorter bursts. like nightmares themselves.



    noiselordBad Beautiful MusicRuiner Severhead
  • welcome noiselord

    4 Jun 2008, 04:38 by Jeff-Schmidt

    the newest project under the Bad Beautiful Music banner - noiselord - soundtrack to nightmare and freakish dream

    aesthetically, noiselord falls under the electronic, dark ambient & noise genre heading.

    noiselord utilizes a unique technical approach that combines live performance with pre-production and processing.

    the final statics as they are called, are the result of recorded a live performance. they will never be preformed the exact same way again. the pieces range in length but avoid the more typical 8+ minute pieces in favor of shorter bursts. like nightmares themselves.



    noiselordBad Beautiful MusicRuiner Severhead
  • Jeff Schmidt interviews Ruiner Severhead

    10 Nov 2007, 00:44 by Jeff-Schmidt

    js: thanks for taking the time to talk with me.

    rs: your time is my time. waste away.

    js: explain this new project - The Jesus Fist Tapes.

    rs: "the tapes" is a demo soundtrack to the off broadway musical production - "Jesus Fist "

    js: what's jesus fist?


    rs: it's a classic children's bedtime horror story illustrating how fast America willfully turns into a crypto fascist theocracy after a few starbucks and dive bars are attacked by so called "terrorists".

    It's pretty heartwarming.

    js: Any idea when or where we can see this show?

    rs: I'm not at liberty to discuss that right now.

    js: why did you choose to 'self produce" The Tapes.

    rs: Being a mere alter-ego, I didn't exactly get the kind of production budget commanded by say, oh I don't know.... your solo bass record, for example.

    js: you've insisted the "The Jesus Fist Tapes" is designed for gap-less playback, one song leading into the next and thus resisted offering single tracks. …
  • Jeff Schmidt interviews Ruiner Severhead

    10 Nov 2007, 00:44 by Jeff-Schmidt

    js: thanks for taking the time to talk with me.

    rs: your time is my time. waste away.

    js: explain this new project - The Jesus Fist Tapes.

    rs: the tapes is a demo soundtrack to the off broadway musical production - Jesus Fist

    js: what's jesus fist?


    rs: it's a classic children's bedtime horror story illustrating how fast America willfully turns into a crypto fascist theocracy after a few starbucks and dive bars are attacked by so called terrorists.

    It's pretty heartwarming.

    js: Any idea when or where we can see this show?

    rs: I'm not at liberty to discuss that right now.

    js: why did you choose to 'self produce The Tapes.

    rs: Being a mere alter-ego, I didn't exactly get the kind of production budget commanded by say, oh I don't know.... your solo bass record, for example.

    js: you've insisted the The Jesus Fist Tapes is designed for gap-less playback, one song leading into the next and thus resisted offering single tracks. Why is that important?

  • Jeff Schmidt interviews Ruiner Severhead

    10 Nov 2007, 00:44 by Jeff-Schmidt

    js: thanks for taking the time to talk with me.

    rs: your time is my time. waste away.

    js: explain this new project - The Jesus Fist Tapes.

    rs: the tapes is a demo soundtrack to the off broadway musical production - Jesus Fist

    js: what's jesus fist?


    rs: it's a classic children's bedtime horror story illustrating how fast America willfully turns into a crypto fascist theocracy after a few starbucks and dive bars are attacked by so called terrorists.

    It's pretty heartwarming.

    js: Any idea when or where we can see this show?

    rs: I'm not at liberty to discuss that right now.

    js: why did you choose to 'self produce The Tapes.

    rs: Being a mere alter-ego, I didn't exactly get the kind of production budget commanded by say, oh I don't know.... your solo bass record, for example.

    js: you've insisted the The Jesus Fist Tapes is designed for gap-less playback, one song leading into the next and thus resisted offering single tracks. Why is that important?

  • Jeff Schmidt interviews Ruiner Severhead

    10 Nov 2007, 00:44 by Jeff-Schmidt

    js: thanks for taking the time to talk with me.

    rs: your time is my time. waste away.

    js: explain this new project - The Jesus Fist Tapes.

    rs: the tapes is a demo soundtrack to the off broadway musical production - Jesus Fist

    js: what's jesus fist?


    rs: it's a classic children's bedtime horror story illustrating how fast America willfully turns into a crypto fascist theocracy after a few starbucks and dive bars are attacked by so called terrorists.

    It's pretty heartwarming.

    js: Any idea when or where we can see this show?

    rs: I'm not at liberty to discuss that right now.

    js: why did you choose to 'self produce The Tapes.

    rs: Being a mere alter-ego, I didn't exactly get the kind of production budget commanded by say, oh I don't know.... your solo bass record, for example.

    js: you've insisted the The Jesus Fist Tapes is designed for gap-less playback, one song leading into the next and thus resisted offering single tracks. Why is that important?