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8 September 2008
   22:42:41, Razed In A New Division Of Agony / Personal Blog, 298 words  
 

Wow!

 
 
Ok, so. Just thought I'd update the world on my musical alias.

I know it's been ages, and I seldom update anything really. But the following may be of interest:

First of all, I've thrown up my cover of 'Remember Me' by The Birthday Massacre (www.MySpace.com/razedinanewdivisionofagony). The song isn't complete yet, but it's close enough to finished to show you guys. Hope you enjoy it!

My collaboration with Amber G is nearly complete. Should be up in the player as soon as it's ready to be released. All up to the folks on her end, so I'll try to keep you guys posted!

New track in the works: a cover of Kittie's second single, 'Charlotte'. This version is more in the style of my 'ICB' or 'In A Lonely Place' than a typical Kittie song would be. More of a slow groove-thang going on. Dig it.

This past Friday, I began remixing two songs by the band Lunarclick. If you haven't heard of them yet, you should definately check them out. Again, those mixes' release dates are up to the folks on their end, but I will keep you posted on that as well.

I am still waiting on Carly from Nocturnal Divinity for vocals on 'To The Edge' (Lacuna Coil cover), not yet satisfied with 'Hold Me Tight', but have been talking to Tracey of Sunrise Before Dawn lately, and will likely not be releasing 'Stranger'. 'Purple Haze' is gathering dust as well. We'll see what we can do about that.

In other news, I've asked a few friends for a hand at remixing 'Shadowplay'. My hopes are that I can gather enough material for a single or an EP.

And that's the news for today, I'll try to frequent these pages more often. I promise.



~~~ Logan E. (Razed In A New Division Of Agony)
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