I played in bands pretty seriously from the time I was 19 until I was 33. I loved every minute of it and have no regrets, other than not learning how to digitize everything and put it on Bandcamp so my other bands, like Mister Softee and Necrodestructicon, can be heard by everyone. I plan on doing that in the not-too-distant futuire, but for now, we must rely on what some good souls have done by uploading this stuff to YouTube. I will always be grateful for that and pleased that they liked what I did enough to go to the trouble. Many thanks.
The debut, featuring me on guitar and vocals, Jeff Mackey on bass, and Rick Fiorio on drums. I still isten to this for my own enjoyment, which is rare. Thank you to YouTube user † HOLY PARISH OF DOOM † for putting it up.
Some of our set from the Stoner Hands of Doom II festival in 2000, when I had hair. Thank you to YouTube user gglaw42 for posting it.
This one surprised the hell out of me. A YouTube user named deventy posted what I assume is him playing along with our song "Coming Unhinged." He lives in Scandinavia, I don't know him, and yet here we are.
YouTube user deventy again, covering "When Are You Coming Home?" off of the Slow Horse debut. I can't even articulate how grateful I am that he did this and that this exists. In the words of Thoros of Myr, "Funny old life."