The second of the “Chattin’ Breeze” podcasts from The HAARP Machine has surfaced, this time out with video. Multi instrumentalist mastermind Al Mu’min talks to drummer Travis Orbin (ex-Sky Eats Airplane ex-Periphey and currently in Darkest Hour) about all manor of things, including his work on their new song “The Elder“.
Just six days after the surprise release of new single “The Elder” from The HAARP Machine, who are now essentially a solo project with mastermind Al Mu’min is essentially continuing the project as a multi instrumentalist, Darkest Hour drummer Travis Orbin (ex-Sky Eats Airplane, ex-Periphery) who pays on the the track has shared a video of
Anyone who listened to the podcast a couple of weeks back will know that The HAARP Machine mastermind Al Mu’min is essentially continuing the project as a multi instrumentalist, taking on vocal duties himself. So for this surprise new single entitled “The Elder“, the credits make for intriguing reading. Darkest Hour drummer Travis Orbin (ex-Sky
Releasing in 2013 via Equal Vision Records, “Perfect War Forever” is the second and at this point in time final outing from Richmond Virginia Metallers Glass Cloud. It came just over a year after the bands debut full length album “The Royal Thousand” and has the original line up of vocalist Jerry Rouch (ex-Of Mice
Everything went quiet on the Glass Cloud front at the end of 2014’s “Our Endless War” Tour with Whitechapel and Upon A Burning Body. Equal Vision Records had backed former Sky Eats Airplane frontman Jerry Roush after stints in American Me and Of Mice & Men to start a new band. So in 2011, Roush